Agilest Duro TLR Folding Road Tire
Agilest Duro TLR Folding Road Tire
Agilest Duro TLR Folding Road Tire
Agilest Duro TLR Folding Road Tire

Agilest Duro TLR Folding Road Tire


Regular price$82.99
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AGILEST DURO TLR is based on the AGILEST TLR, and adds even great protection for greater security to really test conditions over all types of surfaces with greater confidence. Compared to AGILEST TLR, the AGILEST DURO TLR`s puncture protection has doubled. Grip has been increased by 20% and its rolling resistance reduced by 15% compared with AGILEST-DURO.

Compound: ZSG Agile
Protection: Tubeless and Protite Belt
Casing: Advanced Extra Alpha Cord
Black or Brown Sidewall
 700x25C (240g) 700x28C (270g) 700x30C (290g) 700x32C (330g)

Size ETRO Weight(g) Max kPa Max PSI
700×25C 25-622 240 800 115
700×28C 28-622 270 650 95
700×30C 30-622 290 600 85
700×32C 32-622 330 550 80

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Maybe I need more miles but first impressions are meh.

Coming from a premium-priced set of CADEX Classics (28mm width) I decided to go with a slightly more affordable set of 28mm Agilest Duros for my Giant TCR road bike. The Agilest DURO TLR slots in a similar spot as the CADEX Classics do in CADEX's lineup, which is a more durable version of the premium road-race offering. I'm a135 pounds so I am following SILCA's tire pressure recommendation of 64psi front and 66psi rear on my 21mm internal width wheels. My first impressions are that the tires feel less supple and slower than my previous set of tires, which is a disappointment. These tires are lighter than the CADEX tires (albeit 20 grams a tire) but feel more sluggish and stiffer. This is coming from someone who has exclusively installed Panaracer GKs (slick, SS, and SKs) on his gravel rig (for the past 20,000 miles) and has nothing but good things to say about the gravel lineup. For the road stuff though, I am still not convinced. Currently, I have about 300 miles on these tires so time will tell if my opinions change. I dare to say that these tires feel similar to a training tire that I used which was almost half the price and a 100 grams heavier.

Robertino Pietri
Confy ride

I got this installed on Envy 45 wheels on my Allez Sprint. Needed a more comfortable ride and this just exceeded expectations. First road tire woth panaracers. I'm a Gravelking SS user.
Panaracer best Tires out there.

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