Slime has reformulated to make their sealant flow better and stay liquid longer -up to six or more months- and is now CO2 compatible.
They say with other sealants, blasting a CO2 cartridge into the tire can freeze it up, making it pretty difficult for it to flow quickly into the holes you’re trying to plug. Theirs remains unaffected, letting it get where it need to go to get you back on the bike.
With that in mind, they’re now packaging it with sister brand Genuine Innovations’ threaded CO2 chuck and two large canisters. It even comes with a roll of Gorilla Tape, giving you a complete tubeless conversion kit for $59.
The Slime Pro sealant is also available on its own in several bottle sizes.