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Maxxis High Roller II EXO Tire - Tubeless Ready - 27.5in

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    • Dual Compound/EXO/TR, 27.5 x 2.3
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    XC clout, DH capable.

    At first glance, it’s obvious that the Maxxis High Roller II Exo Tire has a downhill background. While it’s billed as an XC or all-mountain tire, this is no weight-weenie race tire designed for folks who toss and turn at night, worried about grams and rolling resistance. The High Roller II is an aggressive tire, designed to rail white-knuckle turns down sketchy, steep sections of singletrack. However, despite its aggressive appearance, the High Roller II is a legitimate all-mountain or aggressive XC tire with the low weight and pedal-ability to support this claim.

    With its sharp, aggressive side lugs, the High Roller II is easily recognized. These lugs are a softer compound than the aggressive center lugs, which are designed for braking or accelerating, depending on whether the tire is on the front or the back of the bike. The 60tpi casing with EXO protection keeps the weight down, and the tires are tubeless-ready.

    • 27.5-inch
    • Dual-rubber compound
    • EXO TR casing
    • Aggressive lug pattern
    • Item #MXX000N

    Tech Specs

    Compound
    Dual-rubber
    Size
    27.5 in x 2.3 in
    Casing
    EXO TR
    Bead
    folding
    Recommended Use
    all-mountain

    Tech Specs

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    High Roller!

      I prefer this as a rear tire. It has great stopping power, especially when nice and fresh! The tire wears well and rolls smoothly. Throw a DHF up front and you'll be happy in hard to medium type terrain.

      Love My High Rollers

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I run a High Roller 2 as my front tire, with an Ardent in the rear. The HR gives me plenty of grip whether I'm on buffed singletrack or desert sand and rock, but rolls nicely as well. I have experienced times where it has gotten caked in mud, but by the end of the ride, it cleaned itself so I was set to go again. I plan on buying more High Rollers once mine wears out.

      Great tires

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      These came spec'd on my Santa Cruz Bronson and after three years I just picked up a new pair to replace the originals. These are great for Park City where we tend to have pretty buff trails that can get a bit loose/rocky later in the summer. These corner well and give a good bit of confidence on heftier descents. I would love it if these offered a touch less weight and rolling resistance for climbing, but I'm not really willing to sacrifice the control that the offer on the downhill

      There are a lot of bikes in the employee racks at the BC office set up with these tires and for good reason

      Fantastic Tire!!!

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      The High Roller II is a step away from a comprehensive dry tire, and a step towards a true all-conditions option that can be used in more settings making it super versatile. Seriously consider using this in your setup!!!

      My go to tire

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I have this tire as a front and rear combo. Works great for all of NJ riding. Very grippy in tacky dirt and predictable in slippery dirt (not full on mud but slimey mud) I've hit many rocks they hold strong, easy to set up tubeless. Currently has 250 miles on one rear tire and looks to still have 70% life. I like to slide around turns, ride rocky terrain, do jumps and beat the crap out of my stuff!



      Picture is of rear tire from 250 miles, 1 race, 1 park day and many trail days.

      My go to tire

      Awesome grip

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      This is a really confidence inspiring tire coming down in dry conditions - I've been really impressed with it in dust, hardpack, and rocks (but haven't tested it in wet conditions). A little heavier than the XC tires I'm used to, so you do pay a penalty on climbs, but the fun factor on the down definitely makes up for it!

      Turning and burning

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      If you don't mind a little extra weight on the way up you will be extremely happy having the Maxxis High Roller II on the way down. Solid choice for those that enjoy the slow crawl up and the fast descent. These tires have excellent grip but will also break loose when you want them to. Until recently I ran these both on my front and back. Just because they are tubeless doesn't mean you won't get flats. I have sliced two of my High Rollers in fast rocky terrain. Luckily these won't break the piggy bank should you put a slice in the sidewall or in between the tread. Regardless be sure to throw a 27.5 tube in your bag. Nothing like having to walk down from the top. Grab a set today and be glad you did!

      Excellent Grip

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I got a High-Roller II to run on the back of my Santa Cruz Nomad, with a Maxxis Minion up front. The HRII inspires confidence in the corners with just the right amount of grip - it holds tight when you want it to, but as soon as you want it to break loose, it does - Very reliable!

      As long as you don't spend too much time riding on pavement the High-Roller II wears extremely well.

      The Standard of Tires

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      This is my favorite, all-round, rear tire. It has a perfect blend of traction and rolling resistance. The sidewalls are super tough too and I have yet to flat one.

      Does it all

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I usually run tires with less tread on my rear but I'm running this thing both front and back and have never been happier with the grip I'm getting. My riding style is that of enduro so I'm all about that down hill and am not to concerned with the ups as far as rolling resistance goes. However, this tire gives you the confidence to take your brain out and ride brake-less until I'm proven otherwise this is my tire of choice! (I'm running these tubeless and haven't experienced and flats in 5 months of riding.)

      All Around Tire

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      This is a great tire in conditions ranging from dust to wet. The spaced center knobs do a great job of shedding mud and the side knobs inspire confidence in corners. The EXO sidewalls are fairly strong while still being lightweight.

      Dew it UP!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      After riding fairly bald tires, I slapped these on the ole rig.

      WHAT A DIFFERENCE.

      I can actually corner now, and I don't feel like sudden death is hot on my heels (err.....WHEELS!)



      I'm no expert on the bike but these seem to grip fantastic.

      I was able to attempt rock gardens that had previously spooked me. And I even survived a couple of them!

      I'll definitely be buying another set once these wear out.