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The Michelin Aircomp Latex Road Inner Tube features natural elasticity to reduce rolling resistance. Weighing just 70g, it's one of the lightest inner tubes available on the market. - A.D.
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With the winter condition, our Canadian road suffer a lot, so if you are a bikker, just like me, you hate a flate tire due to a bump, crack or bad road condition. Each year a put a brand new Micheln A1 Aircomp latex road inner tube and guess what..?no more flate tire!i just love that latex!!
I like the tube - easy to work with. Rides well It's nice and malleable so it gives you a lot of storage options for the spare
Latex tubes are the way to go. Pair them with a set of high tpi tires like a Vittoria Corsa Evo and you will enjoy even the rough roads.
I have use these for some period with moderate success... The benefits of weight saving and puncture resistance are somewhat offset by the failure of the valve to tube joining point. This happens without warning and always when the tyre pressure is being checked. No amount of gentleness when inflating tyres has extended the life of these inner tubes, and I only use 110psi MAX..... Oh, get ready to constantly inflate the tyres before EVERY ride.... they leak - thats latex for you