Box One 120 TPI 20" (451mm) Folding Tire
Box One™ 120 TPI Folding Tires were engineered with a minimalist approach to hit lofty goals for weight, traction, rolling resistance, and rebound. At its heart is a super-supple 120TPI casing where we forced in as much rubber displacing nylon as possible. Skin walls are employed to reduce drag and further reduce weight. We flanked the high-density casing with a tightly packed hoop of aramid fibers. Finally, we draped this all with BMX race-specific tread that transitions from a center band with a large contact patch to unidirectional tactile knobbies on the sides. This aggressive combination allows for maximum traction out of the gate, immense adhesion in the corners, and low rolling resistance in the straights. A state-of-the-art mixture of compounds is used in various areas of the apex, wall, bead seat, and center – with higher silica content in the tread to again remove more weight.
Note: Not a tubeless tire
Reference: BMX Tire Size Tech Sheet
The product is and always have been second to none. We will continue to use box and all of their products.
Well worth the switch
Fast and.light better for wet tracks.
BOX One Tires
Very nice! Thanks for the quick shipping too!
The only tire I will use now
I was hesitant to go with Box tires again for my son's bike. The previous Box Hex Labs incarnation were a mother to get on even with their rim. Grip was suspect as well, but to be fair I always had psi maxed out which was probably unnecessary for a +/-50lb kid. They were light though, and that was one definitely appreciable aspect over some other offerings in the 1-1/8 range. Thought I was settled on Tioga's PowerBlock S-spec but when the new Box Ones came out with an improved tread design and being the lightest tires 1-3/8 tire I'm aware of I went for it. Couldn't be happier with these tires, grippy AF, AND fast rolling. No production issues for us.
Box One 120 TPI
After weekend of racing the tire has already start deteriorate. When the wheel is spun you can see the centreline of the tread expanding causing the tire to no longer run true. The kicker is this isn’t the first set of tires either. I had previously raised this up to Box with photos and didn’t receive a response. Perhaps using a different adhesive may work.