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Schwalbe
Marathon Supreme 29 Inch

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Puncture resistance, speed, and lightweight -- together at last. The Supreme is the lightest and most robust tire in the heavy-duty Schwalbe Marathon line, pairing an exceptional ride quality with outstanding durability.

The RoadStar triple rubber compound delivers excellent traction on wet or dry surfaces, with water dispersing channels for a little extra piece of mind when cornering. This multi-density rubber is also hard wearing where its needed most, so the Marathon Supreme is still rolling long after many other tires would have called it quits.

Schwalbe's HD SpeedGuard puncture protection breaker uses tightly woven fibers to keep sharp objects out without taking on too much weight or sacrificing a supple ride. The LiteSkin sidewall material is also incredibly cut resistant yet light, and the Supreme's folding bead construction furthers the weight savings even more.

Available in Black with reflective sidewall stripe. Size 29 x 2.0 Inch (50-622mm ISO). Folding bead. Actual weight: 658g.

Note: Schwalbe labels this tire as "28 x 2.0 Inch" (due to European sizing standards). This is actually the same size as "29 x 2.0 Inch" and "700c x 50mm" (50-622 ISO). If you have questions regarding tire sizing, please contact us for details.

 

Weight: 658 grams

 

Weight: 658 grams

 

Applications: Training/Recreational, Commuting/Urban 

 

ISO (ETRTO) Size: 50-622 mm

 

Min Pressure: 30 psi

 

Max Pressure: 70 psi

 

Ends Per Inch: 67 epi

 

Made in: Indonesia 

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closest to slick for 29er as you can get
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by B
6 of 7 customers found this review helpful.

Use these tires on my MTB which I ride city or road mostly ,low rolling resistance no flats so far and that because I am running these tubless on a set of roval 29er rims

Reviewed 1/20/2014
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Best bike tire I have ever owned.
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by TEP Irvine
Cycling Enthusiast
Orange County, CA
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I put these tires on my Salsa Fargo 29er. This is the second pair of Schwalbe Marathon Supreme I have purchased. I ride 3 or 4 times a week on various surfaces including pavement, and single track trails. Over 3 years of use, I only had 2 flats. Compared to more typically 1 or 2 flats per month using various other tires.It's not just a great tire, I consider this one of the best consumer products I have ever purchased.

Reviewed 4/27/2017
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Mostly great tires with a few flaws
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
San Francisco, CA
1 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Pros

- Excellent puncture resistance over thousands of miles. I only had one flat due to a pinch flat over a seam in the pavement.

- Great wear resistance, again over thousands of miles before they need to be replaced.

- Decent-ish performance on dirt.

- Excellent (low) rolling resistance.

- Light.

- Super grippy on paved roads.

Cons

- I had a sidewall failure on the front tire after about 1.5 years of constant use. A tear and bulge started to develop. This is not cool.

$ bucks for one tire? I wouldnt expect sidewall failures for that price!

- Another annoying feature of this tire is that the 2015 version has a tread pattern that is noisy and makes the bike vibrate. It supposedly channels water away, but it has an unfortunate side effect.

Overall I was pleased with the tires, but I'll opt for the cheaper and more durable marathons in the future. They're less noisy and perform better off-road.

Reviewed 5/17/2016
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Not bad, not bad at all
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by shellshock
Cycling Enthusiast
bonita springs fl
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

giving this product 5 stars because it is performing very well with 800 miles of use on it. It has shown no problems and rides nicely.

Reviewed 5/8/2017
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Transformative
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by elreedo
Cycling Enthusiast
Eugene, OR
3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

Had these on a Spot Highline and moved them over to my new Surly Ogre. The tire is perfect. I have this same model (though skinny) on my LHT. It's supple and durable. No issues with this model on tour and as a commuter in rainy Oregon it has performed flawlessly. Very confidence inspiring. I wish they made a 2.3, but the 2 offers plenty of cushion when run at low pressure.

Reviewed 10/24/2013
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Tough, perfect commuter retro for your 29er.
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by Anonymous
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Lakewood, Co
5 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

Mounted a set of these on my Surly Ogre that I am using as a commuter grocery getter. Really pleased with these. Low rolling resistance, tough as nails and seem to have good traction. Also like the reflective sidewall a lot. No flats at all as of yet, Have pulled several goat heads out that did not penetrate. I am seriously thinking about going with Schwalbe Ultremo tubeless tires on my racing bike as well after using these. Great tire.

Reviewed 2/25/2013
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Needed tires for my Talon 29er
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by Anonymous
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1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I needed tires for paved bike trail riding for my Talon 29er, the Kenda small blocks work great off road, but these are far superior on pavement. No flats to deal with!

Reviewed 11/4/2012
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