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Innovations Tubeless Tire Repair Kit


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    7 Reviews


    Be prepared.

    The next time you head out on a ride with your tubeless tires, stash Innovations' Tubeless Tire Repair Kit in your pocket or bag. The system uses butyl rubber plugs and includes an insertion tool to allow you to quickly patch your tires on-the-go, so you can make sure a flat tire won't send you home from the trails early.

    • Item #INN000D

    Tech Specs

    Other Tools
    butyl rubber plugs, insertion tool
    Claimed Weight
    5.4 g
    Recommended Use
    mountain bike
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    Cheap, easy fix to tires

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    If it hadn't been for this product, my tire would have been toast in terms of being tubeless, I would have had to either replace it or ride with a tube until it died. You stuff the hole that's too big for sealant with this thing and you can then ride the tire ... until it finally wears out. I was surprised at how durable these are, I've had it in my tire since August with no problems!

    Works great!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I've had to use these a few times now and I am always surprised at how well they work. At one time on my Nomad I had three in one tire and one in the other and my bike continued to hold air for a couple of months. Great for situations where you have a small puncture and rather than take off your tire and put a tube in you can often put a plug in, pump up the tire with CO2, and you're ready to ride again without losing your tubeless set up/having to buy a new tire.

    They work!!

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I was skeptical. Thought for sure they wouldn't actually work and then I decided to try riding without a tube for a while. Got a decent sized puncture that the sealant wasn't taking care of, and I used the tool to pop a plug in and it worked great! Still am going to bring a tube with me for larger sidewall slashes, but this is an awesome little piece to keep with you.

    Tubeless Back Up

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Haven't really had to use it yet to be honest, but figure I'd share what I am carrying with me in my trusty fan pack for quicker local rides. I will usually keep a tube on hand as well, but honestly the bead on my DHF with the Ibis 742 rim is so tight I would love to not have to have to throw a tube in mid ride. I've had tires in the past that I've nicked a big enough hole to not have it hold air, but this would have solved that issue.

    UPDATE: These things are absolutely the most clutch for a tubeless set up. I've saved several rides (note, for friends' tires, not my own) by having these with. Little scary shoving it into the puncture and having more air initially released, but they hold and are the best thing ever. I wish I could give these 6/5 stars.

    Tubeless Back Up

    you'll be thankful if you ever need it.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I do my best to get out on all day rides or bikepack trips. Riding tubeless, I loathe ever actually having to put in a tube so this tubeless repair kit is a light weight wonder that has not let me down yet. It won't get you out of a massive sidewall tear, but in conjunction with some sealant, big holes and small gashes have been no match to date. If you end up with a larger hole that sealant is struggling to seal, use this. You don't need to remove the tire--just use the included tool to push a little chunk of plug into the hole. On a small gash I used the tool to push the middle of the plug into the hole; spin the tool to ball up the plug on the inside of the tire and then remove the tool leaving the two tag ends out. I trim the plug ends and added an extra dose of sealant and it did the trick trailside. I recently removed and tossed a spare tube that was zip tied to my bikepack rig (on the seat stays) because after a year and a half, I've not needed it and it was looking pretty ragged just from living back there for so long. I don't carry a spare tube while riding anymore unless I'm going so far that I would absolutely not want to walk out.