Bought more of these Pedro tire levers to outfit emergency kits for our bikes. These work wonderful on mountain bike type tires.
The Park standard ones that are in a set of 3 bent on me. Didn't like the Park 2 lever set similar to the Pedro as it cannot grip the spoke.
These tire levers are tops on my list and a must have for any cyclist.
These are the best tire levers I've tried. They're easy to use, w/o sharp edges, and substantial enough to get a good hand grip around (especially important under cold/wet conditions).
I actually bought three sets from Tree Fort to replace the variety of levers I have packed on my other bikes, after trying a set purchased at a local bike dealer.
By and far the best lever design I've used, and the robust but substantial working end allows you to drag the lever along the wheel rim to unseat many tire beads without too much effort or risk of damage to the tire or the lever. Yes, you only need two levers also (the set) to get the job done, which is nice. The levers are wider than most (2-3 times in some cases), but not longer, so if that's an issue for stowage, then it's something to consider. However, if you've snapped levers before, gouged your rims with alloy versions, or damaged your tubes or tire beads with previously used levers, Pedro's levers should be at the top of the list as being better replacements.
The great design of these levers makes it easy for me to highly recommended them.
I have tires that are just a little small and rims that are just a little big and I was snapping the basic plastic levers and bending the metal core levers fixing those flats...until I got these. They are the best tire levers I've ever used.