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Item # PAR006P

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Description

Snap no more.

If you're tired of snapping chintzy plastic knock-offs, do yourself a favor and pick up a set of Park Tool Steel Core Tire Levers. This pair of tire levers features a robust steel core to prevent breakage, paired with a sleek composite covering for scratch-free operation and a protruding steel tip for secure engagement with tire beads.

  • Sleek and strong tire levers won't snap or scratch wheels
  • Set of two levers with steel core and composite covering
  • Protruding steel tip for secure engagement with tire beads
Tech Specs
Tech Specs
Tire Levers
set of two tire levers with steel core and protruding steel tip
Recommended Use
bike maintenance
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

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Must have!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Every biker needs these tools while on the road or hill. I make sure to never leave the house without these in my pack

Worth the Investment

    I got these for my boyfriend and this is what he had to say!

    "After using fully plastic tire levers and breaking about 5 sets, I decided to spend the extra money and get levers with a steel core. After using these one time the difference was immediately noticeable. These have the benefit of a solid core so the risk of breaking them is very low, and the plastic coating gives me the reassurance that I won't scratch my wheels.

    Pricier than a plastic set, but it's worth the investment because they will last you longer and you probably won't have to buy another set of these again!"

    Finally excited to change tires

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I used to hate changing tires because I always struggled to get the tire onto the rim at the end...I snapped lever after lever this summer.

    I know I should just practice my skills, but why do that when there's also a better tool for the job? These things are strong, and the composite covering is nice for not scratching/damaging rims.

    I now change tires with confidence! And I won't be spending more money on plastic...

    Avg. ride time: 4m per week
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    when others fail

      When other levers fail I'm glad I have a set of these and wonder why I just didn't start with these in the first place. Never broken one and work in a bike shop so I change a lot of tires.

      Tough levers

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Wanted to get some tougher tire levers as the ones I’ve been using snapped during a tire change. These are some pretty burly levers and I don’t think I’ll be able to break them. The tips are exposed metal though so if you have carbon rims you gotta be careful not to damage them while using the levers. They’re also a little larger and heavier than plastic levers so I’m not sure if I’m going to lug them around in my saddle bag.

      Good stuff

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      These are by far the best tire levers I've ever had. My first set of Park tire levers FWIW.

      Worth the Investment

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      After using fully plastic tire levers and breaking about 5 sets, I decided to spend the extra money and get levers with a steel core. After using these one time the difference was immediately noticeable. These have the benefit of a solid core so the risk of breaking them is very low, and the plastic coating gives me the reassurance that I won't scratch my wheels.

      Pricier than a plastic set, but it's worth the investment because they will last you longer and you probably won't have to buy another set of these again!