Specialized All Condition Armadillo 700c

Specialized All Condition Armadillo 700c
$45.00
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The All Condition Armadillo continues to be the leading tire for anyone who needs top performance blended with puncture-resistance. This workhorse tire is impressively robust for touring and commuting, as well as being tough enough to navigate the roughest road conditions.

- Casing: 60 TPI
- Bead: Wire
- Compound: 60a
- Flat Protection: Armadillo
- 700 x 23mm, PSI 110-125, approximate weight 360g
- 700 x 25mm, PSI 110-125, approximate weight 395g
- 700 x 28mm, PSI 85-95, approximate weight 440g
- 700 x 30mm, PSI 85-95, approximate weight 480g
- 700 x 32mm, PSI 85-95, approximate weight 510g

Part Numbers

Option UPC MPN Store SKU
700 x 23c 719676270333 00014-3213
700 x 25c 719676270357 00014-3215 2067
700 x 28c 719676270418 00014-3218
700 x 30c 719676910420 00015-3210
700 x 32c 719676910390 00015-3212

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4.0

(based on 5 reviews)

80%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Great traction  (3)
  • Durable 
  • Durable rubber 
  • Easy to install 
  • Flat resistant 

Cons

  • A bit noisy 
  • High rolling resistance 
  • Prone to flats 
  • Slower 

Best Uses

  • Road biking  (4)
  • Casual riding 
  • Everyday riding 
  • Roads less than perfect 
  • Tandem rear tire 

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4

So Far So Good

By 

from Bluffton, IN

About Me Avid Cyclist

Pros

  • Easy To Install
  • Great Traction
  • Durable

Cons

  • A Bit Noisy

Best Uses

  • Road Biking

Comments:

I ride 150 - 200 miles per week. Put a set of these on the bike and I've put over 800 miles on them. The rear is just beginning to show wear and the front is still like new. I've had no flats. I've had them in the rain and on gravel. They are all-condition tires. I'm pleased with them even though they do sing a bit!

4

Quality Tire--Good Result Biking Across the USA

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from Reston, VA

About Me Avid Cyclist

Pros

  • Smooth Ride
  • Minimal Flats
  • Great Traction

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Road Biking
    • Casual Riding

    Comments:

    I put a pair of 25mm Armadillos on mine and my daughter's bike for a Southern Tier ride (CA, AZ, NM, TX, LA, AL, FL) across the USA. We had a combined total of 7 flats over 6,000 miles combined. 3 flats were from cactus needles; 3 were from wires from belted tire road debris; and one was a blow out (totally unexpected). We were not carrying any gear but given the condition of the roads we traveled, I was pleased with the result. BTW, Specialized replaced the blown out tire with no charge.

    5

    Best tire I have used on tandem rear.

    By 

    from Corvallis, Oregon

    About Me Avid Cyclist

    Pros

    • Resistant To Element
    • Great Traction
    • High Quality Construction
    • No flats
    • Durable Rubber

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Tandem Rear Tire
      • Road Biking

      Comments:

      This is a tough tire that I use on the rear of tandems. It is of high quality, uniform construction. Mounts on rims easily, very round and uniform. Takes high pressures and nearly eliminates road flats.

      1

      Not so great

      By 

      from Gilbert AZ

      About Me Avid Cyclist

      Pros

      Cons

      • Prone To Flats

      Best Uses

      • Road Biking

      Comments:

      I put this tire on both the front and the rear because I was tired of fixing flats while riding. So far I have about 50 miles on them and have had a flat on both the front and rear tires. For a flat resistant tire they sure don't live up to expectations and the high price.

      4

      Resiliant but, rolls harder

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      from Pekin, IL

      About Me Advanced

      Pros

      • Good Road Feel
      • Sure Footed Cornering
      • Flat Resistant

      Cons

      • Slower
      • High Rolling Resistance

      Best Uses

      • Roads Less Than Perfect
      • Everyday Riding

      Comments:

      I ride often and I'm on mostly country roads. There's often debris, poor pavement and loose gravel. The tire went through broken up corn cobs with no problem. They have gone through mud, grass and quite a bit of road Denis. However, they have a higher rolling resistance and require more effort. Coasting they slow quicker, hills and wind make you work harder and my average speed is less.

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