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Maxxis High Roller 26x2.35 Tire

ITEM NUMBER: 320 MAXHR5 235
PRICE POINT:
$42.98
MSRP:
$61.00
 
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Maxxis High Roller 26x2.35 Tire

Ramped leading edge tread pattern rolls fast while side lugs offer stability at high speed and a sharp edge to grip those corners tightly. Grooved center knobs provide superior straight-line control and the hard 70a compound rolls fast and rolls long.

  • Most popular and most versatile Maxxis tire
  • Dense compound is long lasting
  • Recommended for Hardpack, loose-over-hardpack, medium soil, and loose terrain

Tires are all Maxxis do and they do it well. Shop our large selection of Maxxis Tires.

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

Size

26 X 2.35 in.

Threads Per Inch (TPI)

60

Compound

70a Durometer

PSI

65

Bead

Folding

Weight

715g

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Q: Is this a tubless tire?

A: This tire is not tubeless compatible or ready.


   
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Great Tire - Nov 15, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
Staten Island, NY

I bought one of these tires, (should have bought 2) and it's great. Rides smoothly, yet it has lots of traction.

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Excellent tire - Jun 17, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
Seattle, WA

It's a Maxxis High Roller, not much needs to be said. Tons of grip, last forever, no complaints. Lean it wayyyy over and let the knobs dig in, no washing out here.

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Light but delicate - Apr 30, 2014

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4 out of 5 stars
CLAREMONT, CA

This is a fast tire with good grip. I had it set up tubeless with Stans and tore a hole in the bottom on a not very sharp rock.

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Great Tire for all mountain use - Apr 24, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
San Diego, CA

Great tire for loose rock and sandy terrain. Tires dig in to descend with confidence but still keeps the wheels rolling fast on flat ground and climbs. The 2.35 size is equivalent to the 2.25 size of the schable nobby nic tires this replaced the stock tires on my Yeti 575. Great price at Pricepoint as usual!

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Awesome Tire! - Apr 23, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
AURORA, CO

I installed this tire on the rear wheel of my 2011 Giant Glory and was very impressed from day one! The first thing I noticed was the improved rolling speed, it was noticeably faster. I thought I might be giving up some traction capability with this tread pattern but that was never a problem. This tire hooks up well in the rocky, dry conditions that I ride in and the side knobs provide plenty of bit with virtually no slippage in corners. I am very happy with this tire!

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High Roller - Apr 02, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
BRIGHTON, MA

Excellent tire for the price. Great traction on wet ground, and handle great on dry. Can be a tad heavy, but nothing I wouldn't give up for the performance.

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High Roller 2.35s - Dec 15, 2013

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5 out of 5 stars
Orange, CA

Bought these right before it started raining here in SoKal this fall, as the stock Butcher/Purgatory setup on my Enduro wasn't cutting the mustard in the summer conditions(sand, silt, hardpack, blue-groove, rocky etc.) here, but the day I bought 'em and had 'em mounted it started raining. So the first time on 'em was in perfect conditions(for here anyway). Needless to say the High Roller/Minion combo worked quite well, and now that I've taken them in the more familiar crap that we're used to on the trails here(see above), they're still working terrific. Where the stock tires would give-way all of a sudden in sand-over-hardpack, these stick like glue. Except for thick mud, I think we've got it all here, and I've taken these through it. Apart from being small to size(I think the 2.35" is narrower than a 'normal' 2.2")- and that's something that Maxxis is notorious for, so I'm not gonna ding 'em based solely on that- I can't think of one thing I'm not happy with on these things. Along with the Minions, Maxxis has manufactured a home-run with these things. They're truly tires that you can mount up and forget about 'em

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Not a good value - May 16, 2013

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1 out of 5 stars
Roseville, CA

Maxxis tires may be good for race guys, but if you are weekend warrior, or don't care if you have the lightest most expensive bike, then you should stay away from these tires. I have had multiple models of Maxxis tires and they all wear EXTREMELY fast! This tire is no exception, I only rode this tire on dirt and it started becoming ineffective before the end of summer. You also have to get used to the high center ridge of the tread pattern which after having many more different mountain tires, seemed excessive.

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