Orange Seal Subzero Sealant Fills Tubeless Punctures in Freezing Temps

It may be winter, but you can only camp out inside on the trainer for so long. Getting outdoors for some winter rides makes training a lot more fun, but road and trail conditions can be pretty sketch. That’s a real problem if you’re riding tubeless because not all tubeless sealant works in the cold. For the past few months, I’ve been riding around with Orange Seal Subzero, a formula designed to keep working through the coldest of rides, down to minus-20 Fahrenheit. The mix fills punctures up to one-eighth inch and slices up to a quarter-inch. Orange Seal Subzero sealant sells for $22 for 165oz. and has a lifespan of about 180 days, perfect for getting through the cold half of the year.

Orange Seal Subzero

$22
8.4

Features

8.0/10

Quality

8.0/10

Ease of Use

9.0/10

Performance

9.0/10

Value

8.0/10

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