I've only tried the Park glueless patches. It got me out of the woods, but went flat a couple of days later so I replaced it with a normal patch. I'll never use the glueless again because it was extremely difficult to remove the self stick residue from the tube.brent878 said:don't get the peel and sick patches (gluess less) as they won't work that great. Any one that you have to sand and glue should be fine.
Like some of the other posters here, I tried glue-less a couple of times, and they just did not hold up over the long term. I carry an extra tube, and just switch out on the trail if I need to and patch the tube when I get home, the slight extra time to use the regular patches is not really an issue. As far as which brand, I've tried park, and too many generic brands to count, and they all seem to work fine.Brambled said:I notice my bike has inner tubes that are nice and thicker on outside and thin on inside. They seem higher quality then tubes from Walmart. Are better tubes worth it?
Also any brand of patches that seal really good?