Nice tire, loved the ride quality but only lasted about 34's of ride season. I weight about 185. Did have punctures with goat-heads.
My wife has a full season of riding on hers (100lbs) but it's time to change them.
Road these for the first time about a month ago, had a flat on the first ride took out the valve stem squirted in about 1.5-2 oz of Orange seal tire sealant Co2 and off I road! Easiest flat fix I have ever had! If that is not enough the best part is they roll up like Tubulars and have that awesome distinct tubular feel! I love them! The only con I have is my next Tufo tire I will purchase will be the C Elite S3 only reason is a more cush ride with the 23mm as opposed to these are 21mm.
Around Portland in the winter it seems like someone constantly shoots glass on the side of the roads with a cannon. I got tired of constantly repairing my Conti Gatorskins on every winter ride. So I tried these out. Exactly one flat in two years of winter riding, on a ride where everyone got a flat. The Maxxis, however, didn't actually flat until overnight in my garage. In short, great rolling resistance and puncture resistance. They seem to wear pretty well too. So for me, Maxxis Re-fuse on the rain bike and Conti Gatorskins on the dry bike