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Protek Cross Max 26 Inch Tire

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Max protection.

Michelin's Protek Cross Max 26 Inch Tire offers a 5 mm thick puncture protection layer for maximum insurance against flats. The fast rolling tread pattern features a 3D cut tread pattern for optimum grip on and off road, and reflective sidewalls increase visibility for safety. Wire bead.

26” x 1.85”. Claimed weight is 1285 g.


Weight: 1235 grams


Weight: 1235 grams


ISO (ETRTO) Size: 47-559 


Threads Per Inch: 22 TPI


Max Pressure: 87 PSI


Min Pressure: 37 PSI

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No worry tires for commuting
by Dann the mann
Cycling Enthusiast
Burlington Vermont

Needed a bullet proof tire for commuting so chose this. Like the flexibility of changing air pressure for different applications and having the stability of a fatter tire.

Reviewed 3/18/2018
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Nice tire for our tandem
by Anonymous
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Put these on our tandem and really like the ride. These tires are thicker and stiffer than prior tires we have used. They provide a stable ride and stable cornering. Prior tires could get a little squirrelly. I like that they are higher pressure than most.

Reviewed 2/8/2018
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The best heavyweight champion with great look! No FLATS What more?
by LA daily commuter
Daily Commuter
Orange County, CA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I feel like I'm riding a tank with this tire. I was sold to the offering of 5 mm thick puncture protection layer of this tire tread but I also noticed the thick and strong side wall too. I'm commuting 30 miles every day so No Flat is my number 1 priority among all things. I was experiencing a flats average every 250 miles in my route with the previous Continental MTB tires, No flats so far over 1500 miles now with this Cross Max tire. I am happily enjoying a lot safer and comfortable riding now with a peace of mind higher air pressure (65 PSI). Little heavier weight than other regular tires is not an issue for me, anyway I'm riding a bike for exercise purpose and to reduce the weight. Strong Recommend!

Reviewed 8/25/2017
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FitComfort is a Pleasure with this seat,Milessmilesno bother going farther.
by Mike,65age
Cycling Enthusiast
Vancouver Wash.
2 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Great Mountain bike replacement for summer,snowIce riding. Maximum Tread sticks well, Comfort level high. Great for Mud,dirt,hardpack,snow.I use em on a electric drive and they don't bust bead runnin in the snow45lbs.Pump em up in the dry for Hybrid, commuters go.Flat protection, never had one w these. Easy to finger on w.out a lever. Tread runs tall when inflated to the 80lbs.Check your frame widthkickstand brace in frame.These run 1.6mm Large in Diameterwidth.Great Tire 6800mi on rear,no flats 70% left.There soft treads a plus for MuckMudgreat in snow !

Reviewed 3/29/2017
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