The HighRoller II - the consequent development of the probably best known and most successful MTB tyre of the last decade. More modern and aggressive - this is the HighRoller II. The open tread design claws itself deeper into the ground - nevertheless the rolling resistance is lower. Self-cleaning is even better. The exact tuning of the lug positions results in very predictable handling with seamless transitions when turning into curves and enormous grip. Traction when braking, both on straight lines and in curves, also benefits from the new design. An excellent choice for technically difficult terrain.
The freeride version of the 3C tires. Much more grip and traction due to softer compounds, with acceptable rolling resistance, so that you can still drive uphill before the great descent, long life.
This extremely cut and abrasion resistant material protects the sidewalls of various MTB tyres. It is very densely woven, lightweight and very flexible. The performance of the tires remains convincingly good.
Tubeless tires have many advantages: you can drive with less air pressure and thus have better traction, the rolling resistance is lower than with tubing, and where there is no tubing, the risk of puncture also decreases. Maxxis TR tyres are better prepared for mounting with sealing milk than other "tubeless ready" tyres, because the bead is completely covered with a rubber layer, like a real UST tubeless tyre. This means that the tubeless mounting is successful on all rims that comply with the standard dimensions with the first inflation and with little liquid.
The Wide Trail construction optimises the tread layout and tyre shape on today's modern wider rims. Traditional tires are designed for narrow rims and are too angular on wide rims for optimal performance. All Maxxis WT tyres are optimised for an inner rim width of 35 mm, but function perfectly on all rims with an inner diameter between 30 and 39 mm.