Bike Boot to help with flats

Park Tools has a product out to help you make it home when your tire gets sliced. Unlike the Denver boot, which you don't want to run into, the Park tire boot comes in handy when you have a slice in your tire and run the risk of future tube flats even after replacing the tube. The boot is also designed for reparing cut or worn sidewalls. The boot is only designed to get you home and you still need to replace your tire as soon as possible. Cost is about $3.50. Or you can go with the $1.00 option of the dollar bill.

Posted by Attorney Clayton Griessmeyer-Wisconsin Bicycle Accident Lawyer

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