It's hard to find anything 'super' about tubes, they are pretty much a 'good' product or a 'bad' product. Michellin has the name behind it and the tubes are well made and priced right.
I've been commuting on Michelin slicks with this tube and it has minimal pressure loss if any. I would recommend it as a reliable tube. I carry a spare but I think it will be long before I have to use it.
The tubes look very well made and I was surprised how the valve stem is reinforced where it attaches to the tube. So far I've hadn't any problems with them. I suggest that when you change inner tubes, look at the condition and the type of rim strip that you're using. In the past I had a problem with tubes that were splitting on the side that was pressing against the rim. At first I thought it was caused by buying cheap inner tubes so I bought expensive tubes and I still was getting flats. The problem was actually caused because I was too cheap and was using inexpensive,poor quality rubber rim strips. You may want to spend a little more and buy rim strips that are made of a nylon cloth material.