...they didn't last long did they?! Couple of thousand miles (or just over half a year)... not sure I got value for money. Had a handful of punctures, but impressed with their light weight and grip was very good. Think I want to try something different this time around though. This is for my Boardman CX... they were 700x23 but I think I fancy moving up to 25 this time for a degree more of comfort. The riding will be the daily commute, wet and winter club runs, possibly some light touring (but I doubt I'll be doing another proper tour before they'll need replacing so that's not a major consideration). I used to have Schwalbe Marathon (not plus) but they were heavy, had an egg and I wasn't happy with them at all. A one off bad experience or steer clear of Schwalbe? Conti Gatorskins are an option... a bit cheaper than the 4 Seasons. Are they more durable? Any other suggestions? Many thanks guys.