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william in WA
Little on the heavy side but pinch flats are a thing of the past.Read All Reviews
Bob in CA
The Nitro is an excellent product, but I prefer these. They are lighter and absorb impacts better, with less deflection. I think that they last longer too, but that's tough to quantify. But the key factor to consider with Bib Mousses is fitment. When you use a Bib with the tire that Michelin recommends for it, the result is heavenly. I used Starcross 5 Med's and just loved it. But fitting to non-Michelin tires can be tricky. Certainly possible, but more work than looking at a chart a la Nitros. And fit is the single most important factor to success with mousses. Proper fit aids performance, increases longevity, and makes mounting seem almost easy. Bad fit causes bad outcomes. So I recommend these unconditionally for use with Michelin tires. For other tire brands, proceed with caution, but do proceed!Read All Reviews
Austin in OR
I really like these tubes. They are easy to swap out on the trail. With the thicker tubes I tend to have a greater chance of messing it up when swapping them out on the trail. If it makes it through your tire it will make it through your tube so I don?t see the point of the thick ones.Read All Reviews
Robert in CA
I really love tubeliss. It is in fact very resistant to failure even with mishandling. My rear I've had for 3 years only replacing the inner bladder once (my fault). The front red liner failed because the shinko mx216 tire beads are too I think, around 10mm. The liner failed after a few tire changes and on the 6th or so gouge of the sealing edge. I switched to bridgestone, 6mm bead width.Read All Reviews
jim in CT
fit perfect and holds air what more could you want/Read All Reviews