Optimized performance. The Attack Comp Front Tubular Tire benefits from Continental's ultra-dense Black Chili compound for a fast roll with extended durability and exceptional grip.
Its 22mm front-specific width offers an aerodynamic advantage and incredibly responsive handling. Vectran puncture breaker keeps out the sharp objects without slowing you down or negatively effecting the tire's ride quality. Water dispersing channels improve traction in wet conditions.
The Attack Comp Tubular Tire is available in 700c x 22mm (22-622 ISO) and features a 3 ply casing for a total of 180 TPI. 115-170 recommended PSI. Claimed weight: 240 grams. Black. For use with tubular rims only.
The Attack Comp is designed to be paired with the Force Comp tire on the rear wheel.
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