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SchwalbePro One Tire - Tubeless

Sale 60% OffCurrent price:$34.34 Original price:$85.60

Item # SCH001T

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Item # SCH001T
Description

Pro One Tire

Schwalbe's recently updated tubeless road tire, the Pro One Tubeless Tire, sheds weight and rolling resistance compared to the original One tire. Given these advantages, the Pro One makes a compelling case for racing on tubeless tires, and we can only hope to see more race wheels offered in the future that are compatible with them. To improve upon an already solid tire, Schwalbe started with triple compound rubber, adding Snakebite and Sidewall protection that teams with a liquid, tubeless sealant to retain air pressure over time and help resist punctures.

The firm center strip improves the rolling resistance by a claimed ten percent while softer shoulders grip the tarmac for control while cornering at high speeds. Schwalbe's MicroSkin construction adds durability to the Pro One, helping the tire resist ill-intentioned debris on the roads so you get through your race flat-free, while the tubeless construction allows you to race with the tires at lower air pressure and eliminates friction between the tube and tire that can slow you down.

  • Drop weight and roll faster with Schwalbe's tubeless One
  • Snakebite and sidewall protection retains air pressure
  • Firm center trip keeps rolling resistance low
  • Soft shoulder provides surefooted grip on the blacktop
  • Microskin increases durability against punctures and tears
  • Tubeless-ready construction pairs with sealant to prevent flats
  • Run lower tire pressures to increase comfort on jarring roads

Tech Specs
Compoundtriple compound
Size700 c x 23 mm, 700 c x 25 mm, 700 c x 28 mm
Typetubeless, clincher
ProtectionMicroSkin
Recommended Usecycling
Manufacturer Warrantylimited
Weight

Actual Weight

Black, 700c x 23mm
243g
8.57oz
Black, 700c x 25mm
264g
9.31oz

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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>Rating:

What size is the presto valve?

>Rating: 3

Tight fit, slashes easily, good grip

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
Runs large
Size Bought
25c
Height
5` 7"
Weight
165 lbs

At their current pricing ($35) these tires are on the edge of being worth it. I say this because my front tire slashed after only <200 miles; rendering it useless. Time will tell if the rear retires from the same fate. In comparison to my previous tires (Mavic Yksion Pro UST), these have better puncture/slash resistance (believe it or not). The handling and grip characteristics of this tire are great; much better than the Mavics, which doesn't say much, but still. I weigh 165lbs and run my pressures are 76psi front and rear. I have them spooned onto a set of Mavic Comete wheels (64mm), which have a 19mm internal width. Would I buy these tires again? Possibly, but I just picked up a set of the standard, One [Performance, not Evo line] tires, which have the newer Addix compound and utilize different puncture protection, but weigh considerably more (100g+)

>Rating:

I want a tubeless tires 650x1.25

>Rating: 4

Very good but not perfect

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Height
6` 2"
Weight
195 lbs

I have ridden several thousand miles on a handful of these on 3 different bikes, in 23, 25 and 28 widths. I keep buying them because they are great, and are now priced better in light of newer Evo update. This Non-Evo version mostly installs easy (although you need 3 tire levers, and a soapy rag, and well designed and spec’d rims), rides comfortably and fast, is mostly grippy ( see below), and they have completely converted me to the wonders of going tubeless. I get a puncture maybe once every 500 miles or so in the PNW, but the tires self-seal within 30 seconds almost every time, and with minimum loss of air. Make sure you check and replace sealant as needed. They have done great on 40mph+ and hard turning technical descents. Basically, they are awesome but ... they are often squirrelly and nerve wracking for the first few hundred miles. I’m riding along and my bike just feels “off” for a second or two here and there. But this stops after a bit. And they are not quite as durable or grippy or buttery as my Vittoria Corsa Graphene tires. But they are half the price right now, so an awesome value for a really good tire.

>Rating: 1

You will get what you pay for

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
Runs small

There is reason why having competitive discount on this tires. I bought three of them and two had punctured less than three month. The hardest installation tire like others says.

what wheels are you mounting them on?

>Rating: 2

Weak tires, continue to get flats

Bought these earlier this year. I had a puncture within the first few hundred miles and now just got a large gash in the tire that couldn't seal (less than 1000 mi). This was my first venture in to tubeless road tires. Before this I had very few flats with tubes in other brand tires. I also started to have problems with my Schwalbe MTB tires and switched to Maxxis last year. I'm glad to read that I'm not the only one who is having problems with weak tires from Schwalbe.

>Rating: 5

SOLID TUBELESS TIRES!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size

I finally made the decision to try a tubeless setup on my Specialized Tarmac SL4. In short, things have went great with no flats and superb performance. I paired these up with the Fulcrum Racing Zero Competizione wheelset and am easily one of the fastest riders on my local bike trail here in Sacramento CA. Have had no issues with flats or air pressure(running about 90PSI 25mm tires) and have had a thrill with awesome acceleration and nice grip plus decent comfort. And the sale price made it easier to dive into the tubeless world and no regrets after 100 very enjoyable miles, super satisfied with no tubes.

>Rating: 5

Love these!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size

These are incredibly tough to beat for the money. I'm sure there are lighter, faster tires. But I'm not racing. So, for me it's about comfort and reliability. There are a lot of road hazards in my area, so I need something that can stand up to that. But they are also incredibly comfortable to ride long distances. That's a huge plus!

How are these tires holding up for you and are running 28mm?

>Rating: 4

Superior tire!! Misery to mount.......

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
700x25

Have run these for 2 years straight - never flatted once (Tubeless). Love the tire - and the road contact/rolling resistance are phenomenal. Now for the first half. I have never had such a hard time mounting a tubeless tire - 2 straight hours of sweat and swearing. Running ENVE tubeless road rims, started absolutely clean/pristine + AirShot bottle. Finally removed tire, cleaned rim/tire a second time and got lucky (it seated). I almost kissed the ground!!!!! Every Schwalbe Pro One tire is like this...… I may need to attend church more often.

lol !

Same. Just bought a new wheelset (HUNT Road aero alloys) and saw these tires here on BC. 25mm. Trying to put them on, 1.) I lost 2-3 lbs in sweat, and 2.) used every single curse word I knew. Wound up taking the wheelset and both tires to LBS, where they snuck me into their work order and got them mount edwithin 2 hours... best $30 I've spent. Performance wise, they seem be to really grippy, and with tire pressure around 84 front/90 back, they provide comfortable ride. Will update as miles are logged.

>Rating: 5

Superb!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size

Excellent service at at a great price! thank you!

>Rating: 2

Wouldn't recommend these for outdoor use

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
700x 25mm
Height
5` 8"
Weight
174 lbs

I bought four of these because of the deep discount, and not one of them survived 100 miles before failing. I've been running tubeless for years, so I keep the sealant fresh. The terrain wasn't particularly rugged, but I kept ending up with gashes that wouldn't seal, and had to either install a tube, or limp home with 50 psi. I've literally NEVER written a review for anything in my life before, but these were a major downer. Even had to call my ex wife to rescue me once! :-(

Hey Paul, have you tried Dynaplug? I've used Schwalbe Pro Ones for years, get an occasional cut that sealant won't fill. In each case, Dynaplug worked (the pointed plugs) and I could continue using the tire until it was too worn to continue using (usually 2000-3000 miles).

Here's another vote for DynaPlug. Had a puncture that the sealant couldn't fix. A DynaPlug plug did the trick.

I second this review. Bought these earlier this year. I had a puncture within the first few hundred miles and now just got a large gash in the tire that couldn't seal (less than 1000 mi). This was my first venture in to tubeless road tires. Before this I had very few flats with tubes in other brand tires. I also started to have problems with my Schwalbe MTB tires and switched to Maxxis last year. I'm glad to read that I'm not the only one who is having problems with weak tires from Schwalbe.

>Rating: 4

Schwalbe Pro One Tubeless Tire

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

These tires were recommended for my new endurance road bike build. I use tubeless on my MTB and wanted to try it on my road bike. The tire is comfortable to ride, even on rough road surfaces. I weigh 160 and run 65psi in the rear tire and 62psi in the front. my only complaint is there puncture resistance. There is a lot of construction in my area and I have had two flats on the rear tire that the sealant could not seal. the cuts were about an 1/8". When you get a puncture in a high pressure tubeless tire, the sealant makes a big mess

Hey Dale, have you tried Dynaplug? I've used Schwalbe Pro Ones for years, get an occasional cut that sealant won't fill. In each case, Dynaplug worked (the pointed plugs) and I could continue using the tire until it was too worn to continue using (usually 2000-3000 miles). BTW - I have no connect to Dynaplug, just a fan of the product.

>Rating:

Is this the 2020 model with Addix compound and labeled as TLE on the tire?

no - those are also listed here on CC - and they are $81.00. These are the older tires.

>Rating:

Are these the updated 2020 model, or the old model?

These are the old model.

>Rating: 5

Best riding road tire short of a tubular

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Loving my Schwalbe Pro One tires. Fast rolling, grippy, relatively easy mounting, and great feel. Mounted them on DT Swiss carbon wheels (18mm internal width), which required a little soapy water and some decent tire levers. I welcome a certain degree of effort when mounting tubeless; it gives me peace-of-mind of a solid tire/rim interface. Once mounted up, inflation was cake. A floor pump is all that was needed, and that is before adding Stans. Mounted width was accurate (25 mm and change). Approx. 150 miles so far and really liking them.

How are these tires holding up for you and are running 28mm?

>Rating: 4

Solid performer

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

We've been using these tires for going on three years now, and I haven't found any that are better in terms of ride quality and durability. We've moved from using 25mm to 28mm, and I do notice a bit more comfort using the larger volume tires with no real downsides. My wife and I each ride about 6K miles/year with most of that being on the road and about 2-4K of that on the bikes outfitted with these tires (other bikes used to commute with other Schwalbe tires), and we typically get a season of riding out of them barring any nasty cuts or issues causes by various road debris which can happen with any tire. Orange Seal sealant works just fine in all conditions, and mounting them tubeless is usually an easy process on our Nox Falkor36D wheels. I am @170lbs and personally run the tires at 60PSI in the rear and 50PSI in the front (give or take a few PSI either way depending on time of year and intended terrain) and have never had a problem whatsoever with abnormal wear or pinch flats, etc. These tires offer a good ride with good grip, and that's what you want from a tire.

How are these tires holding up for you and are running 28mm?

>Rating: 5

Solid Tubeless tire

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Mounted these to Zipp 404 NSWs and had no real problems with mounting, which i know some other users had. Using regular stan's sealant. Tires are exceptionally supple and grippy, with the tubeless setup I run them down to about 80 PSI with no risk of pinching. They do seem to catch road debris a bunch, and as other users said can lead to punctures, but again with the tubeless sealant all the small nicks get sealed up quickly. These definitely arent going to be the most durable tires, but honestly life is too short to ride your bike with wood-like tires like gatorskin or armadillos.

How are these tires holding up for you and are running 28mm?

>Rating:

Is this the latest version of the Pro One, or the previous version?

I believe these are not... The latest ones are called TLE tubeless easy and the picture and description don't match this. Someone from CC should chime in and confirm.

no - those are also listed here on CC - and they are $81.00. These are the older tires.

>Rating: 4

Mostly good

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Great grip, and all of my PRs are on these tires. They’re tough to mount, and are only moderately durable, but performance is great.

>Rating: 5

Great feel, somewhat difficult to mount

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

This was my first set of road tubeless tires, and I was perfectly satisfied with how they rode and how they held up over a season of riding. I think all road tubeless tires are more difficult to mount than tubed tires, and putting in a tube in the event of a blowout is pretty challenging, but it can be done. I'm now riding Continental GP5000s, and there's no way I'd be able to put in a tube in the middle of a ride with those. The Schwalbes roll fast and smooth. I'm regretting that I replaced these with Contis now. The only reason I had to replace the Schwalbes is that I had a gash in the tread that was too big for the sealant to fill. I rode over 1 full year on them so I wasn't too disappointed when I had to buy a new set. The rear wheel was starting to box anyway. The tires held air pretty well. I usually inflated them to 70-80 psi, and after a week or so, they'd be down to 60ish psi. I have to inflate the Conti GP5000s before every ride because they lose over 20psi between rides.