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  • Extra anti-puncture protection and suppleness thanks to a thicker tread
  • 3 separate Graphene-enhanced rubber compounds combine for outstanding traction, low weight and minimal rolling resistance to keep you in control and at top speed
  • Graphene is a revolutionary material of a very thin, nearly transparent sheet of pure carbon; Vittoria uses Directa Plus Graphene called G+, which is 2 - 8 atoms thin
  • Foldable

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Specs

Best Use Cycling
Wheel Size 700c
Tire Width
700c x 23 mm
23 millimeters
700c x 25 mm
25 millimeters
700c x 28 mm
28 millimeters
Foldable Tires Yes
Thread Count Casing (tpi) 150 tpi
Tread Type Semi-slick Tread
Bead Type Folding
Recommended Pressure (psi) Unavailable
Weight 225 grams
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Vittoria Rubino Pro G+ 700x25c tire review: Vittoria Rubino Pro G+ 700x25c tire review: After getting the tires out of the box I mounted them on the rims, a pair of generic aluminum machined sidewall rims. The tires mounted fairly easly a little bit of tire lever was required to get them on. All in all a easy casing to mount. After mounting them I inflated tires front and back to 120psi. Then used a caliper and sized them up and got a 23.80mm size. I let them stand for a day and checked the presure again and the casing had expanded out a little and I got a second reading of 24.74mm this is close but not the 25mm on the casing. I put about 400km on the tires on a few rides. this is my opinion of the tires (same 120psi inflation) cornering felt good did not give any indication that they would slip. I did not ride in the rain so I can't say anything. As for road suppleness I did not feel they made the road vibration any softer, still stiff and hard. The resurfaced chip-seal may have been just a little less vibration, but did not feel compairitivly quantifiable (subjective). True my pressue could have been less but 120psi is what I always run tire pressure at. I had no punctures but did not ride enough distance to realy evauate. My big beef with these tires is the tire for me rolls 3+km/h slower than the 700X25c GP42s conti's I have always run. This was varified from my strava uploads overall average speeds. comparid to the same course rides. I feel the vittoria tires are a slower tire. I have gone back to the conti's now and notice a big difference in better road feel and rolling speed. The conti's are 622x25 size and caliper out to 26.15mm same tire presure.
Date published: 2017-05-27
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will this tire  run on a 27 inch rim? without any problems ?

Asked by: lraknosdunk
​This tire is too big for a 27 inch rim.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-07-01
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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Vittoria Rubino Pro G+ 700x25c tire review: Vittoria Rubino Pro G+ 700x25c tire review: After getting the tires out of the box I mounted them on the rims, a pair of generic aluminum machined sidewall rims. The tires mounted fairly easly a little bit of tire lever was required to get them on. All in all a easy casing to mount. After mounting them I inflated tires front and back to 120psi. Then used a caliper and sized them up and got a 23.80mm size. I let them stand for a day and checked the presure again and the casing had expanded out a little and I got a second reading of 24.74mm this is close but not the 25mm on the casing. I put about 400km on the tires on a few rides. this is my opinion of the tires (same 120psi inflation) cornering felt good did not give any indication that they would slip. I did not ride in the rain so I can't say anything. As for road suppleness I did not feel they made the road vibration any softer, still stiff and hard. The resurfaced chip-seal may have been just a little less vibration, but did not feel compairitivly quantifiable (subjective). True my pressue could have been less but 120psi is what I always run tire pressure at. I had no punctures but did not ride enough distance to realy evauate. My big beef with these tires is the tire for me rolls 3+km/h slower than the 700X25c GP42s conti's I have always run. This was varified from my strava uploads overall average speeds. comparid to the same course rides. I feel the vittoria tires are a slower tire. I have gone back to the conti's now and notice a big difference in better road feel and rolling speed. The conti's are 622x25 size and caliper out to 26.15mm same tire presure.
Date published: 2017-05-27
  • y_2017, m_7, d_19, h_7
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Questions & Answers

will this tire  run on a 27 inch rim? without any problems ?

Asked by: lraknosdunk
​This tire is too big for a 27 inch rim.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-07-01
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