Buy at the same time purchase IRC tubeless tire. In order to detach a tubeless tire, it is near impossible if there is no kore. If it is an ordinary tire lever, it will damage the seal layer of the inner wall of the tire, so I think that it is better to use a special tire lever. I think that there is no easy breaking, but the part that is becoming a thin rod used when attaching a tire feels like it will crack one time.
In fact, even if you try to puncture and remove the tire, the structure will be delicate and broken with regular tire levers. The lever of the IRC can be used with confidence just because it is inscribed exclusively for tubeless. Without this lever, you are prepared to break the bead portion of the tire and you have to pry it off with a screwdriver or something. Although I was hit by punk around today, I did not have any difficulty in removing the tires. I think that it is a necessity if you use a tubeless tire.
It is used for installing the first tubeless tire. The tubeless tire which I heard that fitting to the rim is difficult anyway was also able to stay in the rim without difficulty. In the case of clincher, it is better to use ordinary tire lever because tip nail may hurt the tube.