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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In brief, forget what you read,if you can apply a continuous layer of talcum powder and be ultra careful to secure the tube in place (took me up to 2 hours to do both for the first time) so do it! so far, almost a 100 Km done, but the difference is surely noticeable with lightweight carbon rims (with basalt braking) though you have to be careful not to brake heavily because they tend to overheat with heavy braking and might just blow. Coupled with a pair of Michelin Pro 4 Service Course 23C, compared to the previous Vittoria Pave 25C with normal Butyl tubes, both weight gain and wattage gain from the lower rolling resistance were clearly felt, also they feel fuzzy grinding against the road, you can feel the ground texture, and hear the wheels deforming I pumped them to 100 PSI/ 92 PSI in average... Pro4 range is 87-120 psi
The only latex tube that is for 23mm tyres. Michelin have really gone down hill. The latex will only last about 18 months & go sticky. When they were made in France they would last years. I still use them because they are the best of what is around, but must be changer regularly.
great tubes,roll very well and make the chosen tires comfortable to ride on
These Michelin Latex Tubes are amongst the very best tubes I have ridden. They provide exception feedback from the road, save a few watts of power, and are very responsive during cornering and handling. Highly recommend this item to train and race on.
When used in with Michelin Pro4 Tyres, they make a super fast & puncture resistant combination. I highly recommend them.
Great psychological edge too
Latex offers a very supple and compliant ride, yet feels like it rolls better than butyl rubber. it is very hard to puncture..... the best green stuff on the planet
I was a little skeptical at first to try these tubes. After my first ride on them I am impressed by the decreased rolling resistance, the more supple ride, and the increased grip, and reactivity of my tyres. Now I am really impressed by these tubes. They work well for me.
Pros These tubes are great when you get a flat they go down very slowly and lots of time to stop. I got a puncher in one tube butyl and was flat in seconds by the time I had changed the tube I noticed the other tube also had a flat but still had air in it (latex). Both holes where snake bits and at the same time. Can be reparied the same as normal tubes Light and ride well Cons These tubes leak air so I have to pump them up every 3 or 4 day to maintain pressure. If you have a hole in the side of your tyre a normal tube will hold latex will not. They easly pop out and burst. Larger and more snake like. Hard to squash down and get two in the saddle bag.