Vittoria Lite Road Tube

Vittoria Lite Road Tube
Vittoria Lite Road Tube
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Lite Road Tube by Vittoria
Puncture-resistant and engineered to save weight, the Vittoria Lite Road Tube brings you durable, lightweight performance on the road. This tube tips the scale at a mere 110 grams to make it ideal for competitive races and hard days training.

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SKU: VIT003A
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