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700 x 23mm V Guard - Black
Schwalbe ONE 700c Road Tire (HS462A)
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Schwalbe
ONE 700c Road Tire (HS462A)

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One tire to rule them all

The Schwalbe One Road Tire features the proven performance and quality that Schwalbe can provide, now with a brand new road-specific road tread pattern. Balancing fast-rolling smooth tread with alternating shoulder tread for race-worthy cornering. Featuring Schwalbe's Triple Star Compound, this rubber compound offers the perfect balance between grip, comfort, and rolling efficiency. Taking puncture protection and safety to the next level, Schwalbe's level 5 V-Guard protects against punctures and slashes while remaining flexible and responsive.

The Schwalbe One 700c Road Tire (HS462A) is available in three widths: 23 (205g), 25 (225g), and 28mm (245g).

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Schwable would not answer my email to them regarding a defective tire I purchae.
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by sandlapper42
Cycling Enthusiast
Elgin, Lancaster County, South C
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I am a cyclist and have used Schwalbe road tires for the last 5 years. I recently bought two new tires for my bike. One tire was defective. The tread began to separate from the casing. I had only rode about 30 miles before the tire fail me. It started out as a small bubble and graduated to about two inches in Diameter look like balloon stuck to me tire.

Reviewed 9/23/2018
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Schwalbe One
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by Bruce Birkeland
So Cal

I have used the Schwalbe and Schwalbe One tires on four of my Colnago road bikes for years now and find them the best all around tire in terms of durability, ease of changing and superior road performance.

Reviewed 10/23/2018
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Degrading tread
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by Adam
OC

Ive been riding on these tires for years. Loved them. Have gone through 8 or 9 sets. Most recent purchase, and as others have noted, rubber is failing. Had a front where chunks of rubber came off and a rear that did the same. All at around 900-1200 miles. Something is wrong with production and will not purchase until I hear of product being improved.

Reviewed 10/16/2018
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Too Many Flats
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by Double L
Simsbury , Conn
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Been running these for three years now along on two

high end road bikes . First set lasted almost 5k with only two flats , Replacements since only have lasted

2K before wearing out and producing regular flats .

Lots of small cuts everywhere and one sidewalk failure . They roll really well but puncture resistance and wear dont stack up against Conti GP 4000

Reviewed 9/24/2018
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Nice tires but cut easily
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by David R
Durango, CO

These tires roll and grip quite well especially in the wet but I cannot get a set to last more than 1200 miles. This is a tire thats marketed as an all rounder e.g. GP4000 s II or Rubino G (granted this is more on the training side of all rounder i should mention that I used to get 6-7000 miles on those). I put these on some lighter weight aluminium rims I had laced to a Powertap

I picked these because I was in search of a training tires that I could race a weeknight crit on since swapping for race tubies is a pain to do. They crack and slice really easily I havent had a catastrophic failure but thanks to the topography here I pretty much will always hit 50 mph on every ride so I just cant take risks with tires that have holes in them.

Reviewed 10/3/2018
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