Premium performance. Tubeless Easy.
The One TLE tire, new from Schwalbe, combines everything you want from a high-end road bike tire, without the high price.
Building on the control and safety Schwalbe is known for, the One TLE is engineered with the new ADDIX Race Compound. Finding you have full control over the fastest descents can make be all the difference between you and the competition, even on wet winter roads.
The combination of Tubeless Easy Technology and the ADDIX Race Compound allows this tire to be extremely fast and super light. Schwalbe listened to rider feedback and integrated a high-tech fabric RaceGuard to ensure extremely high puncture resistance with a 3-layer sidewall to protect against cuts.
Next to Schwalbe's top-tier Pro One, the Schwalbe One TLE is uncompromising on performance and road feel while remaining an impressive value.
- Extremely low rolling resistance
- Excellent grip for fast cornering
- RaceGuard protection against punctures
- Maximum durability
- PSI: 70-11(25c), 55-95 (28c), 55-80(30c)
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Not loving this color.
1 of 7 customers found this review helpful.
Seemed like nice tires, in line w previous Schwalbes I've owned. I just couldn't get over the color of these. I'm generally really into browntan sidewalls. I like the Specialized, Teravail, Panaracer and Vittoria offerings when it comes to tan sidewalls. This color is off to me. It's more of a puke brown, too much orange vs a true brown or tan. i returned them for that reason. That don't look great w my all black and white bike.
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