Schwinn 700c X 38mm Comfort/Hybrid Tire With Kevlar
Built in flat resistant layer for ultimate protection on the road or trail,Ultra durable steel bead construction and traction suited for road and trail ridingThe Schwinn 700c Comfort/Hybrid Tire with Kevlar offers a mixed terrain traction pattern to keep your wheels turning smoothly on the road, while providing extra traction when you hit the trail. Built for durability and to reduce the risk of flats, the tire offers durable, steel bead construction with a built-in flat resistant layer for greater protection on and off the road. Ideal for comfort and hybrid bikes, the tire fits 700c wheels and measures 38-millimeters in width.
Tire dimensions: 700c X 38mm which equals 28″ X 1-1/2″
Traction pattern suited for road and trail riding
Built-in flat resistant layer for greater on/off road protection
Ultra durable steel bead construction
The tire diameter is 700c which equates to 28 inches.The tire width is 38mm which equates to 1-1/2″.
Good treads, but very challenging to mount. The tires themselves look fine. It’s the install that was so frustrating. I have fixed countless flats and replaced many a tire on my bikes over the last many decades. So I’m not new at this. But I’ve never purchased a boxed tire, from which the tire comes out flattened. That is, the sidewall is on the same plane with the tread and so there is no cupping shape to the tire. The beads subsequently wouldn’t catch and hold the rim. I ended up using duct tape (see photo) to hold the tire in place as…
Tires unseat if not properly installed, and your inner tube will explode.. Tires did not properly seat into the wheel, and the inner tube kept budging out..Had to reseat the tire about 3-4 times to finally get a proper seal which I felt confident the tire would not detach from the rimAlso let me note within 3 weeks of having these tires installed I received my first flat in over a year..I was replacing my thinner summer Continental Tires which never did me wrong, getting ready for the winter means needing a wider tire.. Because of the way these tires…