A performance-oriented, reflective tire that's fit for your race bike. Why choose utility over performance, or vice versa, when you can have both?
LIT designed the 360 Ultra-Reflective as the ultimate training tire for those of us who spend a fair amount of time in the saddle before and after work. With its 9mm wide reflective sidewall, it's just the tire for riding after dark and it greatly increases the likelihood that cars will see you in low light conditions. Unlike other reflective tires, the 360 Ultra-Reflective is visible from practically directly in front and nearly directly behind. It will dramatically increase your visibility from the perspective of an approaching car when you need it most.
Don't be fooled though, this isn't your grandpa's reflective tire. The 360 Ultra-Reflective is a performance-oriented training tire that weighs in at only 250 grams. LIT designed the tire with a fast-rolling rubber compound and a stout puncture protection layer. Measuring 700c x 28mm, LIT's 360 Tire grips well and soaks up road imperfections, making it a great choice for bumpy or wet pavement. Whether you're looking for a tire to keep you more visible in and around the city, or you're trying to maximize your mileage after dark, the LIT 360 Ultra-Reflective is an ideal choice.
Though labeled as 700c x 28mm, we've actually found that these tires measure around 26mm wide on most road rims. This makes them a great option for road bikes where limited frame clearance is a concern, and also means they fit on commuting and touring bikes with fenders.
The 360 Ultra-Reflective comes in 700c x 28mm (ISO 28-622) and weighs 250 grams. Folding Bead. 127 TPI casing. Maximum inflation is 100 PSI/6.8 Bar.
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Great performance training tire
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The tire actually measures closer to a 25 than a 28 which works will on most road bikes since 28 is a bit large for standard brake calipers. The ride is fairly supple which you'd expect from a 127 tpi tire. The rubber compound seems just about right, providing decent traction even in the wet, while still holding up to winter riding conditions. So far, I can't find anything to complain about. Even the reflective sidewall looks pretty slick with the LIT logos. Riding after dark, the tire really lights up giving me a lot more confidence that I'll be seen. My lights do a good job front and back, but from the side the reflective sidewalls really make a difference. I'm impressed.
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