Oil Slick Anodized Aluminum Tubeless Valve Stems
We built them.
Why aluminium tubeless valve stems? Well, it turns out that oil slick anodizing on our titanium valve stems just didn't come out as well as we -or we assume you- would have liked. So we did the next best thing: made our own custom aluminium valve stems and coated them with titanium nitride. Seriously.
Much like the gold TiN coating on those fancy gold drill bits, this titanium nitride coating allowed us to anodize our valve stems in a sweet, sweet rainbow oil slick
But why stop there?
Seeing as no one needs another disposable product, we wanted to keep our tubeless valve stems in service as long as possible. So we made the parts that wear or which can be fouled by sealant easily replaceable- and their replacements readily available. So while the cost more than brass to begin with, as soon as you've replaced your first gasket you've come out ahead.
Well, there's our Bead Shed Technology- patent-pending geometry that helps to keep the tire bead from hanging up on the valve stem. It's a small thing, one that you won't notice working, but it does make tire installation and seating easier. After all: we just want to get you on your bike and riding as quickly as possible.
And finally, we moved obstructions from the valve stem body for an 86% larger thru-hole than standard and fewer places for the sealant to hide and congeal.
We want these tubeless valve stems to be as easy to install and maintain on as many tubeless wheels and tire setups as possible.
Read more about the design process on our blog.
5.0g per stem
How are tubeless valve stems measured- and which one will fit my rims?
What is this Refresh Kit you speak of?
It's a spare set of valve cores (the assembly that actually closes off airflow) and gaskets (which create a seal between the valve stem and rim). Because it never hurts to be prepared, these ship in sets of four. We even include a small valve core removal tool, find them here.