Stop Flats2 700 x 23 - 25

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Stop Flats2 700 x 23 - 25
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Ride flat free! These tire liners are made of durable, lightweight polyurethane and provide a protective layer between road hazards and the inner tubes.

Made in USA.

Lining and Layers:

  • Hardened outer layer provides added protection from road debris, thorns, rim cuts, glass and nails; soft inner layer cushions inner tube

Features:

  • Installs easily with no gooey mess; liners can be removed and used on another bike
  • Won't cause tire or tube damage or loosen spokes
  • Package of 2
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Activity:Cycling
Weight:Unavailable
Wheel size:700c

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Stop Flats2 700 x 23 - 25 Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

3700 miles, no flats

My friend and I went on a self-supported bike tour from NYC to Los Angeles, so we had plenty of weight on the bike. I wanted to experiment with tube liners so I had these put in before we left. He didn't. Final flat tally: Him, 20 flats plus a herniated tube. Me, ZERO. He does weigh more and was carrying slightly more gear, but we both had the same kevlar tires. Even at the end of the trip when my tires had huge gashes in them I still held air fine with no "tube hernias". I am completely convinced that these liners are the reason I started and finished the tour with the same tubes and now I don't even recommend special tires, but simply put these inside your stock tires and ride away. Some shops complain that they come loose or cut the tube, but that didn't happen after 3700 miles. I think it has more to do with the fact that shops want you to keep buying tubes. Save yourself the hassle and money!
cross country cyclist at REI on 03/03/2010

No complaints!

No flats in 2 years, just replaced my tires and had a Goathead thorn stuck in the tire but didn't get past the liner, also had a cut in the tire but no loss of pressure.
The liner was stuck to the inside of the tire as well as the tube when pulled off the rim so changing it on the road may take a little more time (but I never had a flat). I don't race so change in performance is not a concern as much as getting a flat.
cyclefun at REI on 01/01/2013

1 flat only in 10000 miles of riding

I had only 1 flat in over 10,000 miles of riding. A nail went thru tire and tire liner causing the flat. Tire liner and tube were replaced by the manufacturer at no cost to me (Lifetime Warranty). Great product and great manufacturer.
Arteva at REI on 10/10/2011

No flats in two years.

Commuting over a road being repaved = sharp gravel. Flat rear wheel almost everyday. Put these in - no flats since I installed them about two years ago. My tires had to be replaced due to wear and tear, but not the tubes!
SteveDiGiacomo at REI on 08/08/2011

Neutral Reviews:

sorry, but not that good

Second ride with these liners and I had a small puncture flat. I found the thorn in the tire and it was tiny, still went through the liner pretty easily. They also make your tires feel sluggish and I can see it in my avg. speed and total ride time. I can also feel them resisting in the corners. I'm mixed as to weather or not I want to use them because the trade off between performance and MABEY preventing a flat has me wondering.
dweeb at REI on 11/11/2011