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Teravail Lickskillet Premium TR 700c Tires - Width: 32mm

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700 x 32c Premium (Folding Bead)

Teravail Lickskillet Premium TR 700c Tires - Width: 32mm - 700 x 32c Premium (Folding Bead)
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Teravail Lickskillet 700x28c

Wow, Jason S., that's not been my experience.
I bought these tires to replace my Hutchinson Sector 28s, and they are closely comparable. They both take a good bit of sealant to really close up and hold air, then they are good for the duration. They both have minimal tread and are of similar weight. They are a lot lighter than the Schwalbe One (700x28c),which I have used, and similar in weight to the newer Schwalbe Pro One which I have not yet tried.
I have now about a thousand miles on this set and wear and tear is showing, but they are remarkably free of cuts. I've been caught out in the rain several times now and never given wet traction a thought, in fact they are very confident and they feel solid and sure in the turns. It must be noted that the sidewall does say "Keep inflated 85-105 PSI" and in e-mail conversation with Teravail, I am told 85 psi is a minimum inflation pressure. That said, I have never run these tires above 68 psi and I am now running 55 psi under my 150#.
Maybe Jason should lower the pressure in his tires.
I find these tires really plush at 55psi without any feeling of squishiness and I'm not yet finished experimenting with reduced tire pressure. They measure 31.30mm in width on 20.5 mm ID.rims.

Pros: Sweet, smooth ride,
One of the lighter choices in a 700x28c road tubeless tire
Fast enough on hard surfaces,
Nice commuter tire
Min press 85 psi is a lie- Go lower

Cons: Not enough tread for soft or loose surfaces,
Probably not enough tire width at 28c for CX racing
Min press 85psi is a lie- Go lower
Pricey, get 'em on sale if you can find 'em.

Would Buy Again: Yes
Would Recommend: Yes

Reviewed on: October 29, 2016
Reviewed by: T. Guy

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Who calls this tubeless?

I purchased the 28c 60TPI tires as a replacement for worn out Schwalbe One 28c's, and was looking for better gravel traction and long term commuting durability.

These things do wear very well, after 800 miles they are showing hardly any wear, and the front still has flash molding sticking off. That great wear rate might explain why the traction, especially in the wet, is very disappointing. Don't let the tread fool you, these tires skate on anything but smooth tarmac.

And as for tubeless, the casing leaks air horrendously, worse than old school Hutchinson pythons set up with Stan's. The second they run dry of sealant, they flat.

Do yourself a favor and skip these.

Pros: Slow wearing

Cons: Ice skates
Tubeless headache

Would Buy Again: No
Would Recommend: No

Reviewed on: September 04, 2016
Reviewed by: Jakob S.

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