Specialized Nimbus Armadillo Tyre
Specialized New Nimbus Armadillo Tyre
If you're looking for a fast slick tyre with profound puncture protection, the Specialized Nimbus is a proven pavement performer.
- Available in both 700c and 26 inch sizes.
- The 26 x 1.5 incher is legendary for its ability to convert MTBs into fast street bikes.
- Specialized Armadillo tyres boast bead-to-bead Amarid puncture protection.
- Armadillo tyres are even more puncture resistant than tyres with Kevlar or Amarid anti-thorn belts beneath the tread such as Specialized's Flak Jacket tyres.
- Second-generation Armadillo - this is even more puncture resistant than the original.
- Durable 70A tread compound.
- Siped tread for decent wet weather grip.
- The rounded profile facilitates stable, predictable cornering.
- 60tpi sidewalls.
- Wire Bead.
- Inflation Range: 115-125psi.(700x28), 75-100psi.(700x38),35-80 psi.(26x1.5").
- 645g (700x28), 680g (700x38), 830g (26x1.5").
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|Excellent tyre good grip smooth ride these tyres will last a long time my old tyres was like cycling on Liquorice in comparison.|
|I have bought two sets of these for the two recent versions of the Revolution Courier Single. The 26x1.5 tyres were just perfect for the 2011 version. The thinner 700x28 tyres were too hard for the larger 2012 version and turned it into a real bone shaker. The lesson I take is this: good tyres but be careful what bike you put them on.|