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Vittoria Rubino Pro Tech III

Vittoria Rubino Pro Tech IIIVittoria Rubino Pro Tech III
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The third generation of the Rubino Pro Tech adds even better ride quality with a supple 150 TPI casing while retaining the same great flat protection it has become known for. It also features a new Aquagrip rubber compound for better traction in wet weather. The standard Rubino Pro has long been a fast performance tire with great flat protection, but Vittoria made it even tougher with the Pro Tech. This mainly happened in the sidewall with an added Mithril protection barrier worth more than the whole Shire. PRB Puncture Resistant Barrier under center tread furthers the tires incredible flat resistance. Aquagrip 3D compound adds to the durability and puncture resistance but also give the tire a lively feel. This feel and durability is further increased with a supple Nylon 150 TPI casing. Twin Tread Technology places harder rubber in the center tread for longer wear life and a softer rubber on the shoulders for cornering grip. Folding bead. Black with Gray sidewall.

  • 700c x 23mm (23-622 ISO); 240 grams
  • 700c x 25mm (25-622 ISO); 250 grams
  • 700c x 28mm (28-622 ISO); 280 grams

Tire Type: Clincher-Folding 

Applications: Performance Road Riding, Training/Recreational 

Threads Per Inch: 150 TPI

Made in: Thailand 

700c x 23mm

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 23-622 

Max Pressure: 145 psi

Weight: 240 grams

700c x 25mm

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 25-622 

Max Pressure: 130 psi

Weight: 250 grams

700c x 28mm

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 28-622 

Max Pressure: 115 psi

Weight: 280 grams

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Reviewed 7/1/2013
by tide82
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Minneola, FL.
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First time riding pro tech 3 but good tire so far

I currently am using the rubino pro tech 3 on the front wheel of my road bike which I use for trainning and some triathlon racing. So far the tire has worked well, however I am interested to see how long the tire wear lasts. That is what I am looking for in a training tire, is the longevity of life and then performance.

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Reviewed 4/15/2013
by Anonymous
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Seattle,WA
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Good Commuting andor Winter tire.

I use this for my winter tire, which translate to rain tire in the Pacific NW. I found it very flat resistant and I've also noted that little rocks or pieces of glass don't tend to stick to it as some other brandmodel tires I've used. I think that this may be due to the fact this tire has actual tread. My one criticism of this tire is that when climbing a hill ( 6% grade) in the rain I can feel the tire lose a bit of traction. Not so much that it breaks loose, but enough you feel it. Arguably this isn't a great quality for a rain tire, but it's so flat resistent that I'm ok with the compromise.

For the record, I'm using the 700C x 28 Version and the ride is quite good and the tread seems to be pretty durable. I probably have 1000mi on my current set and haven't noticed any significant wear.

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Reviewed 11/1/2012
by Anonymous
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Belgium West Flanders
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3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.
Good winter tire

I ride the 700 x 25 c tire in wet winter conditions. It's a good tire with good puncture protection and good grip in wet and dry. For a 150 tpi tire they ride a bit hard but if you lower the tire pressure you will get a fairly good comfort from the tire. The rolling resistance is medium. The tires have 1700 km. and still no sign of wear and cuts and still no punctures so the durability of the rubber is very good. With 29,95 euro tire i find them a little expensive for a Rubino Pro tire but overall you get a good quality tire for the price!

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Reviewed 8/23/2012
by Anonymous
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San Francisco, CA
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great training tires

these are my go to training tires. they are super tough, while still retaining a little bit of feel. i run the 25c.

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Reviewed 1/16/2012
by David
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San Francisco Peninsula, Ca
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2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.
Long Lasting.

Wanted something little heavier to take glass,thorns to limited extent and not flat. Hopefully last year or better.

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Reviewed 11/11/2010
by Oregon cyclist
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Western Oregon
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16 of 17 customers found this review helpful.
Good training tires

I'm running 23s on my road bike and 28s on my cross bikefast commuter. Maybe 2500 miles on the 23s and no flats. I switched the front and rear tires and probably have another 500 - 1000 miles before I switch them out. And I'm a big guy who rides hard. Essentialy a Rubino pro with better sidewall protection so you can ride them on gravel a bit. A nice, higher-performing and more supple alternative to Gatorskins and similar.

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Reviewed 7/10/2010
by Jimbo
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Ottawa ON
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12 of 14 customers found this review helpful.
Good ride, great grip, averagel life

Bought a couple of these for fast rides. Have about 2000k on the rear which is pretty thin. Got one flat slow leak from a goathead thorn while in Colorado. Noticed the carcass is getting thin, but probably has another 500k left.

Not as longlasting as Armadillos but lighter and more supple.

Highly recommended. You can use a 28 on the back and a lighter tire on the front.

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Reviewed 8/14/2009
by Anonymous
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Simi Valley, CA
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35 of 41 customers found this review helpful.
3,000 miles without a cut or a flat!

Picked them up last year and still no flats. Great tire!

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