Schwalbe's Lugano tire is ready for winter base miles and summer training alike. This durable tire features a silica tread for excellent straight-line speed and confident cornering. The classic diamond pattern on the tread gives you good traction on either wet or dry roads. Plus, it has a puncture-resistant tread, too.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number||Vendor Number|
|Wire / Black / 700 x 23c||04026495675734||11147000.01||GIA-85571|
|Folding / Black / 700 x 23c||04026495677011||11600040.01||QBP-TR0201|
|Folding / Black / 700 x 25c||04026495677097||11600044.01||GIA-85570|
|Wire / Black / 700 x 25c||04026495673037||11100109.01||GIA-85575|
|Wire / Black/Red / 700 x 23c||04026495675796||11147003.01||GIA-85573|
|Wire / Black/Blue / 700 x 23c||04026495675772||11147002.01||GIA-85572|
|Wire / Black/White / 700 x 23c||04026495675833||11147005.01||GIA-85574|
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These came stock on my Cannondale.Performance, grip and weight are about average.But, I have honestly never flatted tires as often as I have on these! On the same route my Bontrager RXL's have been flawless. The Lugano's I've pinch flatted 6 times in 5 months, puncture flatted twice. (always running 105-110psi). They've going in the trash. Do yourself a favor and spend the $ on good tires! You'll easily make up the difference by having to buy fewer tubes.