Panaracer Pasela Clincher - 622 - black / amber

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Description of Panaracer Pasela Clincher - 622 - black / amber

Pasela is Panaracer's all around touring and urban commuting tire featuring nice grip as well as a fast rolling compound. Various sizes available. Ride it and trust it. Made in Japan.

400D Cord technology improves side cut resistance of your tire while improving the rigidity during cornering.
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Product Name: Panaracer Pasela Clincher - 622 - black / amber
Manufacturer: Panaracer
Item Code: PRC284435
Year: 2018
Manufacturer item code: AW738-LX-18
E.T.R.T.O.: 38-622
Dimension: 700x38C
Construction type: wire bead tire
Color: black- beige
Weight: approx. 450 gram (manufacturer information)
Tire pressure: 45-90psi
Carcass density (TPI/EPI): 66
Purpose: tour / urban cycling
Included in delivery: 1 tire
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Still 4 in stock in stock, delivery time 1-2 days Dimension 23-622 (700 x 23C)
Still 8 in stock in stock, delivery time 1-2 days Dimension 25-622 (700 x 25C)
Still 4 in stock in stock, delivery time 1-2 days Dimension 28-622 (700 x 28C)
Still 6 in stock in stock, delivery time 1-2 days Dimension 32-622 (700 x 32C)
Still 4 in stock in stock, delivery time 1-2 days Dimension 35-622 (700 x 35C)
Still 2 in stock in stock, delivery time 1-2 days Dimension 38-622 (700 x 38C)
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Unbeatable at this price.
They roll easily, look great, have mad grip, and seriously, nothing at this price comes close. Perfect if you want to try wider tires or slicks instead of knobbies, but aren't sure yet if you'd be willing to invest more.
Be warned though: these are fragile tires, so not for rough and tough urban use. I toured with them and road them on mixed terrain, and they proved to be excellent, grippy even in slightly muddy/wet conditions, and surprisingly: had no flats. They were a bit uneven, and the sidewalls/tire beads started giving up, but again: at this price, well worth it.
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