Kenda's Domestique is an entry level tubular tire with old world technology wrapped in a 220tpi casing for a superior performance with an affordable price for training and racing.
- 220 TPI casing
- Iron Cloak Puncture Protection belt
- High traction rubber compound
- Butyl inner tube with removable core smooth Presta valve
- 700c x 22mm (622mm ISO)
- All Black
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Hidden gem in the tubular tire world!!
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.
Bought these tires, after searching for an affordable tubular to train on. I figured for the money, I couldn't go wrong. I was absolutely right!!
They hold up pretty good, I've got 370 miles on them, and they're barely worn. I weigh 215, and run 120 psi. in these tires. I tried going higher, but the ride quality diminished at or above 130 psi. They are fairly cut resistant, and I've only had one puncture, so far, that sealed up immediately with Orange Seal installed before I rode 'em. In the tires defense, I did ride thru a pile of sand, and I'm sure there were numerous sharps in there, that punctured the tire.
The ride is exceptionally nice, for a $30.00 tubular!! I've got no complaints with the quality of the tire, in any way!
So, if you need a good, low dollar tire, to train on, these are it! Put 2 oz. of Orange Seal in each tire, and ride 'em down to the cords!!
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