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Vittoria Competition Latex 700c Road Tube Vittoria Latex Road Tube

Vittoria
Competition Latex 700c Road Tube

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Lower rotational weight on your race machine.

Vittoria's Latex tubes are compatible with 700c x 19-23mm (19/23-622 ISO; 70g) and 700c x 25-28mm (25/28-622 ISO; 85g) tires. Available with a 48mm smooth Presta valve (removable valve core) only. Latex tubes do not hold pressure as long as butyl; you will need to pump them up before each ride.

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Tube Valve Length: 48 mm

 

Tube Valve Type: Smooth Presta (Rem. Core) 

 

Wheel Size: 700C/29" (ISO 622) 

 

Application: Road Racing 

 

Valve Stem: 48 mm Presta 

Tube Valve Length: 48 mm

Tube Width: 30-38mm 

700 x 19/24mm - 48mm Smooth Presta

Mfg PartNum: 1TA00001 

Tube Valve Length: 48 mm

Tube Width: 19-23mm 

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 19/23-622 mm

700 x 25/28mm - 48 Smooth Presta

Mfg PartNum: 1TA00002 

Tube Valve Length: 48 mm

Tube Width: 25-28mm 

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 25/28-622 mm

700 x 30/38mm - 48mm Smooth Presta

Mfg PartNum: 1TA00003 

Tube Valve Length: 48 mm

Tube Width: 30-38mm 

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Very Pleased with the tube
by Jerry
Cycling Enthusiast
Liberty Lake, WA

I bought these latex tubes after reading many of the reviews of the product. They are what all the reviews say they are. Light, supple and fragile. I got 667 miles out of the front tube before it went flat. On removal of the tube the hole was located at the base of the stem where the two ends of the tube are joined. After spending a few minutes inspecting the hole and the area around the hole, it looked like the tube may have been rubbing either on the rim tape or some irregularity in the wheel, even though I couldn't feel any irregularity that seemed sharp enough to cause the proble. The wheel is a DT Swiss R470db. I used an idea I got from the LBS some years ago and cut out a piece of butyl tube about 2.25 inches by 1 inch. I punched a hole in the piece and slide it over the stem to give that area of the tube a little more protection. Time will tell if this was a good fix or not. The last point about the tubes is Vittoria claims they may decrease the rolling resistance of the tire assemble by as much as 5.5 watts. Again this is something I can't personally verify but assuming it may be true, that works out to about $3.00 per watt of decreased rolling resistance. I think that is a bargain.

Reviewed 9/10/2021
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Pretty in Pink
by Vicki0027
Cycling Enthusiast
Boston
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

After a full blown fit of rage after my husband decided to ride my bike on completely flat tires which shredded my tubes, I decided to come here looking for the perfect replacement. These look and feel great, installed beautifully and have already gone 200+ miles without any issues.

Reviewed 7/29/2021
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Economical way to save watts
by Jerry
Cycling Enthusiast
Liberty Lake, WA

Vittoria claims these tubes can save in excess of 5watts per wheel. If that is true and the do feel faster than butyl tubes, then you can get one watt of energy savings for little more than $3 per watt. I can't think of a cheaper price for a watt saved.

Reviewed 9/2/2021
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The best latex
by Bamicus
Cycling Enthusiast
Nashville
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I tried Challenge latex, horrible, lasted 2 weeks, failed in the same place around the valve. Didn�t give up on latex, and got the Vittoria. They�re awesome tubes, ride like my old Clement tubulars almost! Just be careful mounting, and taking them off. Great video on Oz Cycle about taking clinchers off without levers. I haven�t tried Michelin, but these are really good.

Reviewed 7/24/2021
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Flatted immediately
by Ryan

2 out of 3 tubes flatted immediately, on 2 wheels and tires where I'd been running butyl tubes with no problem. Threw the third away since I felt I couldn't trust it, switched back to butyl.

Reviewed 9/4/2021
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Latex tubes roll great
by Anonymous
NYC

Latex tubes feel and roll great. I�m a huge fan, yes they're a bit delicate when installing and you need to check the tire pressure before each ride (you should check before each ride anyway)

Reviewed 8/2/2021
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Nice road feel with these tubes.
by Cervelo
Cycling Enthusiast
Minnesota

I use these latex tubes on both my road bike and my touring bike. Love the feel of these tubes. They seem to accept patches fine too. You will need to pump up your tires before every ride but I do that anyway except on my fat bike.

Reviewed 7/23/2021
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Great for their lightweight purpose.
by Peter
Portland

As with the Corsa G 2.0 tires, these are great for smooth roads that don�t have a lot of debris. If you�re riding rougher roads, I �d look elsewhere. Honestly I couldn�t feel the difference in rolling weight or smoothness compared to "traditional" tubes. Would also be nice if they made a longer valve stem as these are likely to be going on more aero wheels.

Reviewed 7/8/2021
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Better ride feel, lower pressures, better flat protection than butyl
by cycle4jesus
Competitive Racer
Clarksville, TN
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

My 150-lb self runs these on road bikes, 25c to 28c tires.

For 25c inflate to 70psi for training rides, 80psi for races.

For 28c tires inflate to 55psi (no racing on these).

Better grip. road feel, pinch-flat protection.

I once neglected to check pressure before a race, double-flatted on a pothole, but neither tire went flat immediately like a butyl tube would have. I was able to safely come to a stop even while bombing downhill after the pothole.

Highly recommend this product.

Check tire pressure before each ride though, because latex does leak air.

Reviewed 11/30/2020
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Light, Supple
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
PNW
1 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I don't find these lose air any faster than a light weight butyl tube. I do find they are less prone to flats and the ride quality is great. They feel like they make tires roll faster, but that could be placebo effect. A bit pricey, hence 4 stars for value.

Reviewed 5/10/2021
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Loving Latex
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Atlanta, GA
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I stayed away from Latex inner tubes thinking they were too delicate, but this has not proven to be the case. And since I always pump my tires before every ride, I don't mind that they loose pressure overnight. The feel is noticeable, and combined with a 300+ TPI cotton tire, the ride is incredible. Unless I'm riding a lot of crappy chip-seal or bad pavement, I prefer 25c tires over 28c tires. The latex tubes gives the 25c tire about the same feel as a high quality 28c with butyl tubes, but the 25 provides more road feel without the marshmellowy, "are my tires flat" feel.

Reviewed 10/17/2020
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Easy and smooth
by Anonymous
Colorado
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

First latex tubes. Ride like I'm on a cloud (paired with 33mm supple tires).

Treated them like fine crystal during install, no issues. Did the typical inflate/deflate every 20 psi and thoroughly checked for pinches in the bead each step. Just a quick check and pump before each ride, so far so good!

Reviewed 3/29/2021
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Tubeless Challenged
by leadout
Cycling Enthusiast
Central Calli, hot and cold
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

OK, yes, it is 2021. Us dinosaurs are hard to change, and with the rolling resistance studies confirming these are the top rated (along with the appropriate tire of course), why go 2021? Tubeless vs. tube? I will take these 10 of 10 times....

Reviewed 3/26/2021
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Should of changed to latex tubes sooner.
by Big B
Cycling Enthusiast
North Texas

Less rolling resistance, less weight & better road feel, what's not to love.

Reviewed 6/22/2021
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Perfect companion for high performance, hight thread count clinchers
by OC Native
Competitive Racer
Santa Ana, CA
5 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

I switched to the Vittoria Latex road tubes a year ago and could not be happier. I have compared race butyl tubes to the Vitorria latex tubes in Vittoria Open Corsa and Veloflex Corsa Clinchers and in both cases I immediately felt the difference in ride quality and handling. The benefits of the tires quality construction and materials are maximized and noticeable the moment I put the latex tubes in. Most enjoyable thought is the supple ride feel, it's just so satisfying on the flats, downhill, as well as climbing. I have also put these in my Continental 4000 IIs tires which I was not happy with until I replaced the tubes. Compared to the other two tires, the Conti's are stiff and provided a much rougher ride, and I did not feel confident on a quick downhill turn but the switch to the latex tube has greatly improved ride quality as well as my confidence with the tire. Aside from one blowout from a chunk of glass in the center of the Conti, I have not had a flat in about 2000 miles.

Reviewed 4/5/2015
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Supple and nice!
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland, OR
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

These tubes are well made and I've found them to be quite durable. Ride quality is nearly as smooth as tubeless. I have them in the larger size for 32mm tires and I run them at 60lbs, so I haven't had to pump them up every day like the 110lb folks. Every few days a couple of pumps and we're good to go.

Reviewed 12/17/2020
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Like butter
by Anonymous
USA

Love them.

Reviewed 4/29/2021
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Premium performance tube
by OC Vintage
Cycling Enthusiast
Orange County CA
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

The Vittoria Latex tube is a performance inner tube, best paired with supple performance clincher. I like the fact that there is no seam. You will need to add air before each ride, but that is a small inconvenience compared to the improved feel and performance achieved with this latex tube.

Reviewed 7/29/2019
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Noticable ride improvement over Butyl tubes.
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast

Compared to butyl tubes these are lighter, better riding, and have improved puncture resistance. They do tend to leak air faster that butyl, so you need to top-off air each ride.

Reviewed 4/16/2021
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Light but fragile
by Anonymous
2 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

I used it for 100 miles and was happy with the weight reduction. Then moved the tire and tube to a different wheel. The tube had developed some brittle spots where it expanded into spoke-hole divots in the first rim. One of these quickly developed a crack rendering the tube useless. Won't buy again, but if you're the type who never moves tires around the weight drop is nice.

Reviewed 10/10/2020
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