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Vittoria Open Corsa EVO CX III Clincher Tire, Black, 23c | Buy 1 Get 1 Free

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VO-CCX-BLK-23
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700c clincher tire. The EVO CX III has Twin Tread ISO-Grip technology with a Corespun 320 tpi Kevlar SiO2 casing and a 3D compound (PRB) for puncture protection. 

Corsa CX has proved successful in road races all over the world, but the new EVO version is bound to even greater success.

KEY FEATURES:

  • ISO-Grip Technology
  • Special tread compound for supreme grip in corners
  • Size: 700x23, 700x25
  • Weight: 185, 195, 210, 220g
  • Max Bar Ratings: 8/10
  • Max PSI Ratings: 115/145

 

Road

Yes

Weight (g):

210

Tire Bead:

Folding

Puncture Protection:

PRB

Threads Per Inch:

320

Use:

Road

Wheel Size:

700c (622)

 

This clincher tire is part of Vittoria's Servizio Corse collection - the professionals choice: Wonderful grip, superb comfort, and speed make these clincher tires the pro peloton's choice.

Vittoria's Corsa family has a uniquely supple 320 TPI casing that is flexible, uses a lightweight inner tube, and a tread compound that has evolved over millions of kilometers of racing. These tubulars and clinchers also have a new, lighter puncture-resistant belt that cuts flats by 40% over previous models.

Vittoria Servizio Corse, an unbroken tradition of success with more wins than any other tubulars and tires in history.

 

 

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