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Ease your mind.

If you go through tubes faster than your dog goes through bones, you might want to pick up a handful of Michelin’s Airstop Butyl Tubes. Thicker rubber means higher weight, but it also means increased flat protection over lightweight race tubes. Whether you’re a daily commuter or you just don’t want to risk riding on ultralight tubes when you’re not racing, the Airstops give you one less thing to worry about.

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5 5

Great price

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These tubes work as advertised, if your a weight weenie they're not for you. Great price for a quality daily commuter or training tube.

5 5

Just what I wanted

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Exactly as advertised, and just what I was looking for. Better prices than I could find elsewhere also.

4 5

Great daily rider tube

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I prefer the Conti race tube for it's light weight but these are a close second. Yes, they are a little heavier but that's because they are a little thicker. And that means they hold air better and flat less. If you ride rough roads with lots of debris and have frequent flats, try this one-it could be your solution.

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will they work on a 26x2.0

will they work on a 26x2.0