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Compass Chinook Pass Tires 700C x 28 mm BlackCompass 700Cx28 Chinook Pass

Compass 700C x 28 Chinook Pass

$57.00$76.00

Chinook Pass (1656 m/5430 ft) branches off from Cayuse Pass and leads to Eastern Washington. The road takes you up to the treeline, and as you round Tipsoo Lake, you get the most spectacular vista of Mount Rainier. The view is especially impressive in the morning, when the glaciers glow in the early sunlight.

Chinook Pass is a high pass, so there tends to be gravel left over from the last snowfalls. A slightly wider tires will make the ride here much safer and more enjoyable.

Available with standard or extralight casing. For extralight, choose tan or black sidewalls below.

The Chinook Pass requires tubes.
We recommend the SV15 or SV20 tubes.

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Available  with standard casing in tan sidewalls and extralight casing in either tan or black sidewalls. The extralight casing not only reduces the tire’s weight, but is also more supple, thus increasing the tire’s speed and comfort even further.

Learn more:
How wide a tire can I run?
What is the difference between standard and extralight casing?
What tire pressure should I use?

Standard model
  • Clincher, folding bead.
  • Tan sidewalls.
  • Low rolling resistance
  • Excellent grip
  • Superior comfort
  • Light weight
  • Classic appearance
  • Clincher tires with the ride of a good tubular
  •  248 g
  • Maximum Pressure 105 psi
Extralight model
  • Ultra-light, ultra-supple casing.
  • Clincher, folding bead.
  • Tan or black sidewalls.
  • Low rolling resistance
  • Excellent grip
  • Superior comfort
  • Clincher tires with the ride of a good tubular
  • 229 g
  • Maximum Pressure 105 psi
Click here for a downloadable article on optimizing your tire pressure and tire installation instructions.