Contact us

PricePoint shipping, return, and best price guarantee details

VIEW ALPHABETICAL BRAND INDEX:

Continental Gatorskin Folding Tire

ITEM NUMBER: 320 CONUG8
PRICE POINT:
$49.98
MSRP:
$55.00
 
SAVE 9%
 
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Continental Gatorskin Folding Tire

The Gatorskin is a durably tough tire that can be used for everyday commuting. But, it was also designed to perform from the concrete jungles to the weekend road races.

  • DuraSkin technology helps the tire roll with the punches by adding protection against the worst conditions
  • Proprietary PolyX Breaker fiber is woven into the crosswires to increase the resistance against punctures without compromising rolling resistance
  • Built to take a serious beating without breaking the bank

Continental has many types of tires for all types of terrain. Need something more worth on the trails? Check out the rest of the Continental Tires.

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

Size

700x23c, 700x25c

Threads Per Inch

180

Compound

PolyX Breaker

PSI

110 - 120psi

Bead

Folding

Weight

220g (700x23c), 240g (700x25c)

There are no questions for this product at the moment.
Submit a question for this product

Great tire - Aug 11, 2014

1 2 3 4
4 out of 5 stars
Wilkesboro, NC

It's a great training tire, and also holds up well when the occasional gravel road needs to be rode. The tread lasts a long time, and actually rolls good. The only complaint I have, and this is with all Continental road tires I have used, is the bead/sidewall threads that start unraveling after some wear.

0 out of 0 people found this review helpful
Was this review helpful? Yes | No

Tire Security - Jun 12, 2014

1 2 3 4 5
5 out of 5 stars
KANSAS CITY, MO

I’ve been riding for 23 years, racing for 10 and have had lots of flats. 5 years ago I flatted on the road bike for a month or so with annoying regularity. It didn’t seem to matter what wheel set I used, or what tires. I decided to try Continental Gatorskin tires, wore out a few sets, and road 15,000 miles without a flat. They are lightweight, stand up to gravel roads, railroad tracks, and road construction areas that used to concern me. I wouldn’t consider any other tire for daily riding, training or touring. I no longer race,although if I had a 40k road race to do, I would depend on these great tires.

4 out of 4 people found this review helpful
Was this review helpful? Yes | No

Great training tire - Apr 24, 2014

1 2 3 4 5
5 out of 5 stars
Woodbury, MN

I only use this tire. They typically last me about 1000-2000 miles depending whether it is mounted on the front or the back. I'm on my third set and I typically replace 1-2 each season. They are much softer to ride when at full pressure than armadillos and lighter. I had one set that gave me 5 flats in the first two weeks: my fault with pinch flats hitting road debris while under inflated. I found that buying tubes with better valve seals (more money) running new tubes instead of patched ones along with running at full pressure (115-120 psi) all the time really has stopped the flats. I've only had two or three flats in the years since and usually only when the cords are showing and under inflated and hit a rock or pothole at 20+ mph. That is hard to blame on the tire. I used to run racing tires and I was always patching thorn holes or glass. The gatorskins stopped that. Be sure to keep them pumped up and you should be good to go.

5 out of 5 people found this review helpful
Was this review helpful? Yes | No

tortus chell - Apr 23, 2014

1 2 3 4 5
5 out of 5 stars
Price, UT

this thing is tough. I prefer to not ride with a saddle bag hanging off my seat rails. this tire makes that possible. it is a little heavier, but it does in fact provide the protection that one needs on the commutes around town, or on the occasional century. the grip provided isn't bad at all.

3 out of 3 people found this review helpful
Was this review helpful? Yes | No

good commuter/trainer - Apr 16, 2014

1 2 3 4 5
5 out of 5 stars
redding, CA

This really has proven to be a durable tire. I run them on my cross/commuter about 100 miles per week and they are not letting me down. I run through gravel and broken glass all the time and with the miles piling up they are hanging tough. They are nowhere near as fast or smooth as the Michilins I have on the road bike, but those skinny roady tires would be dead twice over by now....these are a good value.

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful
Was this review helpful? Yes | No

didnt last long - Apr 16, 2014

1 2
2 out of 5 stars
San Jose, CA

I was probably one of the unlucky ones. I only was able to use it once then I noticed that the side lip bulged, I had to replace it right away before it will give me trouble during my ride

0 out of 4 people found this review helpful
Was this review helpful? Yes | No