New Triple Compound. Handmade Tubular
To achieve extremely low rolling resistance, a completely new compound, the OneStar Triple Compound was developed. In recent years there have been strong developments in compounding which have made these kinds of rubber compounds possible. The new triple compound is based on special polymers that have only recently become available.
As a result, Schwalbe has achieved a great improvement in the familiar trade-off between rolling resistance, wet grip and durability. The One Star Triple Compound is not only faster; it also delivers the superb grip and is more cut resistant than previous compounds.
The puncture resistance of this formula combined with the extremely low rolling resistance make the Schwalbe One HT make this a great option for riders wanting grip and speed.
The Schwalbe ONE HT 700c Tubular Tire offers great grip and durability and is available in 700x22mm.
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The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.
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