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ENVE SES Tubeless Road Tires Add 33 & 35mm Widths

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ENVE’s SES road bike tires now come in wider sizes, with 33mm and 35mm widths joining the lineup. Both new sizes will come in black and tan sidewall options, and they carry the same $75 price point.

If you haven’t tried them, ENVE’s tires are more than just a rebadged item to give them a matching logo around their wheels. They’re designed in the wind tunnel to enhance system aerodynamics when paired with their SES wheels, using both shape and tread pattern to reduce drag.

new enve road bike tire sizes shown with black or tan sidewalls

They use a natural-and-synthetic rubber compound with activated silica to improve grip. A Vectran barrier protects against punctures, and the tires work with hooked and hookless rims.

These two new sizes round out the portfolio, giving you 25, 27, 29, 31, 33, and 35-millimeter widths. Weights from 255g to 290g per tire.

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John
John
2 months ago

Nice!!!!!
Wider is the future.

Oliver
Oliver
2 months ago

Designed in the wind tunnel? Tufo design and manufacture them. I’m not aware they do any wind tunnel testing.

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2 months ago
Reply to  Oliver

the designer has a desk fan

Rupes
Rupes
1 month ago
Reply to  Oliver

You misunderstand. They were having a, uh… “safety meeting” in the wind tunnel searching for ideas how to keep expanding their on-bike branding…

Tom
Tom
1 month ago
Reply to  Oliver

Most companies do not do not have their own wind tunnel due to cost and instead opt to outsource wind tunnel testing to a 1/3 party.

Yeah sure
Yeah sure
1 month ago

I’ve used the Enve tires. They feel good, not very good mileage but were good at not flatting a lot. Can’t comment about rolling resistance as that nonsense only impacts top 1% riders and I’ve been able to smash the A group on Pirelli Cinturatos so it doesn’t matter. Good grip.

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