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Built for endurance and performance on the road, the Vittoria road inner tube is crafted from latex for a durable lightweight construction. The racing inner tube is available in two variant sizes (19-24mm and 25-28mm) and has a valve length of 51mm. – L.R.
|Inner Tube||ETRTO||Weight (g)||Valve|
|Latex 25/28||25/28 - 622/630||700x25/28||85||Presta 51mm|
Presta 51mm valve
Two sizes: 19-24mm or 25-28mm
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Tubes fitted easily, noticed a difference immediately faster acceleration, more grip in corners. Well worth the upgrade. Only downside have to pump up before each ride.
Had been using Michelin latex tubes for the last couple of years, which had performed very well but after getting some Vision Metron55 wheels that would require the use of valve extenders I wanted tubes which removable cores to allow easy access to the valve. Unfortunately the Michelin’s valves can’t be removed so enter the Vittorias which do! Can’t comment on their durability yet as I’ve only done a limited mileage so far.
Heard about latex tubes years back, never gave them much more thought owing to price and *ahem running continental Gatorskin s. They were picky about tyre pressures and to be fair I was a bit of a cycling noob So perhaps that explained puncture rates. Not terrible but enough to put me off pricey tubes. There's plenty of info out there putting you off latex tubes, perhaps that's old style tubes. But some people do rave about them, and frankly at this price, they are worth a shot. In conclusion, they are just incredible, firstly they look and feel like quality, immediately your excited unboxing them. Fit carefully, note I never used talc, but will do next time. Inflate carefully and jump on your rig. Totally transforms your ride, responsive, quick (feels quick anyway) and comfortable. Must admit I came back for more. Seems latex tubes are one of these best kept cycling secrets. Great service from Probikekit too, glad to see they still stock.
Good product with qujck delivery and excellent service
Used in conjunction with Continental GP4000 25 tyres this combination is exceptional and has transformed already good wheels into something even better - more responsive and faster.
These are considered an old skool wives tale ! and somewhat of an unecessary luxury ! I dont think so, they give added puncture protection, very little weight and well made. Yes they do slowly lose air as Latex is porous, but not sufficient to need tending to during day long rides/races. Yes they are more comfortable especially with a high tpi handmade tyre, yes they do lose air a little, but if you check your tyres before you ride its not a problem. ps. if you run tyre sealant these also have removeable valve cores.
Having used the Vittoria latex inner tubes for awhile, I've come to the conclusion that the Vittoria latex inner tubes are just a bit better at holding air than the Michelin latex inner tubes that I was previously using. Perhaps this is a small distinction, but I confess that having to use 2-3 fewer pump strokes each time I inflate the tires, is appreciated. I also like the Vittoria's valves better, as they seem to present fewer problems. Overall, the Vittoria latex inner tubes seem to be a better quality product.