Vredestein Fortezza Senso All Weather - 700x23mm
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- Compound: Tri-Comp
- Size: 700 c x 23, 700 c x 25
- Type: clincher
- Bead: folding
- Claimed Weight: [700cx32] 225 g
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When spring weather turns dark and wet and you still want to race, the Vredestein Fortezza Sensor All Weather clincher tires should be the only tires on your wheels. The Sensor uses three different densities of rubber to minimize rolling resistance and maximize grip. This compound is called Tri-Comp and has been proven through Vredestein's experience with automobile tires. Additionally, the added Curve Control improves durability while taking corners hard. In addition to the Tri-Comp rubber, a layer of polyamide was added underneath the center tread to increase puncture protection.
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I rode these tires for about 3,300 hard miles! I had a couple of flats just over 2,200 miles and then right around 3,000 miles the thread started to show at the top/middle of my rear tire. I'm looking to purchase another pair as these tires have been by far the best I've owned outlasting everything else I have ridden by ~1,000 miles. That said, I initially rated these tires 4 stars, but I'm now rating them 5 stars.
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While I have only had this tire for about a month, or so, and only ridden on them for about 500 miles, this tire is, so far, either on par or better than the Continental Grand Prix 4 Season tire. The Vredestein Fortezza Senso is fairly supple, has very nice grip in wet and dry conditions, and fairly fast for a slightly heavier tire, which is similar to the Continental GP 4 Season, in my opinion. I decided to try out the Fortezza Senso b/c I found that, after my 3rd set, the Continental GP 4 Season was wearing too quickly through the middle of the tire exposing thread after only a little over 2K miles of riding. A friend who rides with me has also had similar experience with wear for two sets of his Continental GP 4 Season tires that he's ridden on, in roughly the same amount mileage. The roads that I ride on can be rated from decently paved to fair, and an occasional segment of "this road should be repaved." Don't get me wrong the GP 4 Season is still a terrific tire.
That said, I give the Vredestein Fortezza Senso tire four stars for the moment, but I will definitely either increase to five stars depending on how well they wear, and the mileage I get out of them.
Smooth rolling tire
Requires high pressure for low rolling friction
Like 150 minimum, max is 175 rated.
120 in this tire will feel like 80 in most tires.
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