Specialized Airlock Self-Sealing Tube

Because it's hard to know when you're going to get a flat, it's always good to have extra tubes on hand. Specialized's Airlock Self-Sealing Tube seals small punctures so you can keep riding.

Specialized Airlock Self-Sealing Tube
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Because it's hard to know when you're going to get a flat, it's always good to have extra tubes on hand. Specialized's Airlock Self-Sealing Tube seals small punctures so you can keep riding.

Schrader valves are identical to those found on car tires. These valves are generally used on hybrid and children's bikes. Presta valves, which are found on most road and off-road bikes, are longer and thinner and feature a threaded tip, which must be opened to inflate (turn counterclockwise).

Part Numbers

Option UPC MPN
Presta Valve / 700 x 28-38c 00719676283098 0303-0506
Schrader Valve / 700 x 28-38c 00719676283111 0303-1506
Presta Valve / 700 x 32-50c 00719676046464 03015-0508
Schrader Valve / 700 x 32-50c 00719676046969 03015-1508
Schrader Valve / 20 x 1.75-2.125 00719676283159 0313-1543
Presta Valve / 26 x 1.5-2.2 00719676283128 0313-0523
Schrader Valve / 26 x 1.5-2.2 00719676283135 0313-1523
Presta Valve / 29 x1.9-2.3 00719676945705 0311-0500
Schrader Valve / 29 x1.9-2.3 00719676945729 0311-1500
Presta Valve / 650B x 1.75-2.4 00888818024100 03115-0514
Presta Valve / 700 x 20-28c 00719676283081 0303-0503
Presta Valve / 700 x 20-28c (48mm Long Valve) 00719676838311 0300-0510

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If the tire/tube goes almost completely flat, they are hard to fill with a conventional floor pump without a seated valve.

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