Keep rolling in through the roughest conditions.
Maxxis has updated their classic High Roller for the developing 27.5 inch (650b) market. tire with an aggressive, open tread design that bites down in loose condition and tosses mud aside. The High Roller II also features a square profile for a solid, consistent feel across the knobs. Modified knobs on the shoulder and center improve braking performance and traction on hard surfaces.
Maxxis produces this model in few different rubber compounds -- this one is the strongest of the bunch, featuring the downhill-specific 3C Maxx Grip rubber compound and a two ply casing for excellent traction and pinch flat protection. It's designed to be run on the front or rear wheel.
The High Roller II 27.5 is available in 27.5 x 2.3 Inch (58-584 ISO). 60 max. PSI. Wire bead. Claimed weight: 875 grams.
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