Hoosier 10.5 x 5.0-6 Treaded Tire for Onewheel Pint™
The Treaded Design:
The Hoosier 10.5 x 5.0-6 Treaded Tire is an excellent tire for riding off-road with your Onewheel Pint! The treaded design of the Hoosier 10.5 x 5.0-6 offers extreme control on and off-road, whilst being nimble. It offers the most ability to carve quickly and turn on a dime. Now you can carve the easiest, climb higher, and shred trails harder than ever before with the Hoosier 10.5 x 5.0-6 Treaded Tire.
The Hoosier 10.5 x 5.0-6 Treaded Tire is only compatible with the Onewheel Pint. The Hoosier 10.5 x 5.0-6 Treaded Tire is not compatible with the Onewheel+ XR, Onewheel+, or original Onewheel.
If you are interested in a slick tire for your Onewheel Pint, check out the Hoosier 10.5 x 4.5-6 Slick Tire.
We recommend using tire sealant when installing your new tire. Prevent against flats with Armor-Dilloz Tire Sealant.
This product comes with:
- One Hoosier 10.5 x 5.0-6 D30A Treaded Tire
- Craft&Ride Stickers
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Carves better, feels softer, very easy to get wheel on ‘edge’ at slow speed. An upgrade in every way, except some loss in range. Nick and C&R Team rock!
Nice tire. Better than the stock slick. I kind of like the road noise. The sound kind of helps regulate speed reducing the chance of another initiation.🤕
On the Wet Coast of BC, we have mostly slippery, gnarly, forest/mountain trails with at times, sharp rocks. These new treaded shoes are amazing on both the Pint and the XR. Love 'em and buying more! Your service is the best we've experienced! Thank you!
Definitely handles different than the stock tire, sharp turns are smoother, and you can turn better at speed.
Overall, I love the turning, the traction off-road has been good, no slipping in the grass.
Gives me the traction needed when riding single tracks especially when it’s wet out. Way more carvy than stock Pint tire.
On pavement it's smoother than stock and slow speed turns are SO much easier, this profile with less flatness is what I wish the stock tire came like. I did 100 miles on my original tire and "unlocking" heel-toe weight shift makes me feel twice as nimble and in control at every speed. Offroad it's a whole new world, the grip is a huge improvement on sandy soil and no more slipping going uphill, now I can power confidently through sections that I used to hop off and walk.
The only downside is like all treaded tires the tread can pick up and carry rocks which then scrape loudly across the inside of the OEM fender. It's so nerve wracking on my 3/4" minus gravel driveway I avoid riding on it now. I might try spraying rubber in the fender to at least dampen the sound, but a better option would be a fender with more tire clearance. If there was a version of this tire with less aggressive tread and harder rubber it would be perfect for me. At any rate no regrets and I can't wait to take it to the beach!