Our most puncture resistant Road tires
Serfas Survivor tires are extremely well fortified to resist punctures in most riding conditions. The Survivor tires utilize both Ballistic Nylon and our Impervious Composite Matrix under the tread in addition to 25% thicker rubber to help keep out thorns, glass, nails, metal scrap, and sharp rocks.
I haven't flatted all season (knocking on wood...)These tires are great and have a better feel than the Specialized Armadillos I used to ride.
Maurice T. (Pontiac, MI, USA)
I have used the 25 and 23 cm tires. I have had great success with each with respect to high mileage and flat resistance. And that means more miles and less time on the side of the road! Thanks Serfas for a great tire!
Michael C (Porterville, CA, USA)
the only tire i will ever ride.
zak (orlando, FL, USA)
Heavy when compared to the Continental Gatorskins , don't roll as well and not impervious to snake bite punctures.
Flatted after a week on these tires while clipping a small rock in the roadway which lead to the puncture.
After 300 miles they appear to wear well and bead is easier to work with that the Conti's when working on a flat. Commute on glass strewn and debris riddled roads and the tires are not torn up at all. For the price it's a good tire and will see in the long run will they hold up as well as the Conti's.
Only wish they were a bit lighter and roll easier but for the price it is a good deal.
phxs (Phoenix, AZ, USA)
I'm loving these tires, I've had them for about a month a half and so far no flats. I've tried several other tires but i never had money to buy the best protection until recently. I have them on my cyclocross bike which i use to commute and i ride everyday. The streets in my city are not the best either. There's so much debris which includes glass shards and small metal pieces, i was so use to getting flats every week but now that burden has been removed from my life!
I couldn't decided whether to get the folding bead or not but wire bead has 25% thicker rubber (I think) so that's the choice i made. Instead of changing flat from glass shards i find myself brushing them off or pulling them from my tire after a ride. Truly a surviving tire.
Corey B. (Paterson, NJ, USA)