Hoosier 10.5 x 5.0-6 Treaded Tire for Onewheel Pint™

Hoosier 10.5 x 5.0-6 Treaded Tire for Onewheel Pint™ - Craft&Ride
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Hoosier 10.5 x 5.0-6 Treaded Tire for Onewheel Pint™

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Craft&Ride is proud to introduce the Hoosier 10.5 x 5.0-6 D30A Treaded Tire for your Onewheel Pint. Experience a completely new ride with the Hoosier 10.5 x 5.0-6 D30A Treaded Tire.

The Treaded Design:

The low-profile treaded design of the Hoosier 10.5 x 5.0-6 offers increased control on and off-road over the stock Onewheel Pint tire, whilst being nimble.

Compatibility:

Model Compatible
Onewheel+ XR No
Onewheel Pint Yes
Onewheel+ No
Original Onewheel No


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 Burris 11 x 5.0-6 Slick Tire.

Tire Sealant:

We recommend using tire sealant when installing your new tire. Prevent against flats with Armor-Dilloz Tire Sealant.

Tools for Installation:

The ProRide Tool Kit contains all of the necessary tools to complete your tire change. If you would like to replace your worn or missing fasteners, we also offer the conveniently organized ProRide Hardware Kit.

Recommended Tire Pressure:

We recommend setting your tire pressure to 10% of your body weight and then increasing or decreasing to your liking.

  1. Set your tire pressure to 10% of your body weight. For example, if you weigh 190 lbs, set your tire pressure to 19 PSI.  We recommend riding with at least 15-20 PSI if you weigh under 150 lbs.
  2. If you want your tire to be harder and more round, increase your tire pressure a few PSI from 10%. You will get greater range with a higher PSI.
  3. If you want your tire to be softer and more stable, decrease your tire pressure a few PSI. You will absorb impact from drops easier with a lower PSI.
  4. Call or text Nick at +1 (909) 609-5719 if you have any questions.

This product comes with:

  • One Hoosier 10.5 x 5.0-6 D30A Treaded Tire
  • Craft&Ride Stickers (Please leave an order note with which stickers you would specifically like and we will include them if they are in stock!)

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Customer Reviews

Based on 116 reviews
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(108)
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steven poyner (Kincardine, ON, CA)
Hoosier Tire

Fantastic service and delivery. Having accidentally entered the incorrect shipping address Nick was quick to reply via text and email to remedy the situation. Great customer service and great products. Tire is fantastic and has transformed the ride on my pint from the original stock tire.

M
Matt Weber (Plympton, SA, AU)
Hoosier treaded 10.5/5/6 D30a - lightest pint treaded

There’s only a few options for treaded pint tires - so if your looking at this your probably deciding between this and the cnr Burris all terrain 4.5 treaded. I originally had the Burris on preorder / opted for this when that tire was
Delayed a little further. One metric that doesn’t get listed in the tire specs which I find critical in selecting tires is it’s weight - perhaps because there is probably a fair bit of inconsistency in the weights between seemingly identical tires of the same make/model. Weight of the Hoosier 5 was the primary factor that chose me to select this over the Burris 4.5 - my Hoosier 5 weighed 1199 grams compared to the Burris coming in at 1400 grams - for reference the stock pint unilli 4.5 slick is itself a little heavier than the Hoosier 5 at 1216 grams….that might not seem like a huge difference in weight - but the 200 grams differential between the Hoosier 5 and Burris 4.5 is about 17% of the Hoosier 5’s total weight. (*Info based on My mate Sean’s comprehensive compiled tire weight list on ow owners group on FB)

Generally speaking, the mass of the tire affects both your torque and range - there are of course other factors that impact this - but as my intention in selecting a tire for my DI Yowler strava trail racing build was to Maximize my torque for both acceleration and inclines - I opted for the significantly lighter Hoosier 5. I haven’t ridden the Burris 4.5 and am not knocking it at all - I expect it has a much more forgiving compound/durometer based on the reviews I’ve heard - I dig the tread pattern and cosmetics more - but the weight tipped the scales in the Hoosiers favor - also as this is for a trail racing build - the extra stability gained from the wider tread width suits my purposes as far as speed goes on chunkier terrain.

This tire is replacing an older, almost dead Hoosier 5 in the photo that a mate who installed some skfs for me had gifted me while waiting for my tire to arrive - I believe he said he got a little over 2000 Kms on that tire before i got it as a stop gap loaner - but don’t quote me on that.

I do wish this tire was available in the softer Hoosier durometers - I think this is the only tire Hoosier makes that will fit a onewheel not also available in D10a and D20a - as with most mods / pint riders tend to get shafted on options when
Compared to the offerings for xr riders….although the denser compound would prolong its durability over the softer ones / I’d opt for a softer compound if available as ride feel is more important to me that a few hundred extra Kms of life span..,

Also I dig the fact that this tire has a symmetrical tread design - one of my pet peeves about onewheel tires is the tread design is biased for left hand turns usually as that’s what dirt kart racing demands - even all the “built from the ground up” non dirt kart/onewheel specific treaded tires (t2,trail pro, all terrain) utilize the left hand biased tread design….

So I hope this info is helpful for anyone considering this tire against the Burris 4.5 - also I could use some more free shipping as getting stuff to oz is tough for ow riders

Regardless of what tire you get, if your reading this you’ve already made the best decision by going through craft - Nick, Mike, and their entire crew always provide the best customer service - plus if your an international rider craft is hands down
The best option.

Couldn’t ask
For anything more from
These guys - that is other than sending me out a cloud to put through my extensive scientific trail testing regimen in Australia - jk (kind of) but I think you guys might be overlooking the whole Southern Hemisphere Coriolis effect - our toilet water drains clockwise down here - that rotational anomaly has got to have some bearing on tires right? Might be a good idea to see how the cloud performs on the other side of the globe….just saying…🤪🤪🤪

Z
Zachary Cabingas ('Ewa Beach, HI, US)
Hoosier Tire Pint

Ride my stock tire to death. Decided it was time to move on and was not disappointed! Greatest investment on my Onewheel so far, extremely satisfied!

T
Tim Turner (Sydney, NSW, AU)
Good profile, but with very soft compound

As a rider new to the Pint this tyre has given me more confidence and control with its flatter profile. However, the compound is too soft for my liking as it picks up a lot of small road gravel making it quite noisey. I'm guessing that it'll wear faster than a harder compound.

C
Charles Dunning (Spanish Fork, UT, US)
Awesome

Feels solid but still nimble

J
Joe Kasperowski (Virginia Beach, VA, US)
Great tire but is it worth the trade off?

The tire is great quality and fits and performs as advertised but, what you gain in performance, you lose in range! In my opinion, there should be a warning up front of the actual loss of range with using this tire. It is at least 20%. If you are good with that, it’s fine but be aware of this downside. It was not acceptable to us so we will be going back to stock slick tire

C
Cooper Tribett (Provo, UT, US)
Just great!

I was so sad when I couldn't ride my pint for a week since I just wore out the old tire, but luckily, it wasn't too long because of how quick the shipping was! The new treaded tire was everything I could have hoped for and I'm back in it for a few more thousand miles!


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Customer Reviews

Based on 116 reviews
93%
(108)
4%
(5)
2%
(2)
0%
(0)
1%
(1)
s
steven poyner (Kincardine, ON, CA)
Hoosier Tire

Fantastic service and delivery. Having accidentally entered the incorrect shipping address Nick was quick to reply via text and email to remedy the situation. Great customer service and great products. Tire is fantastic and has transformed the ride on my pint from the original stock tire.

M
Matt Weber (Plympton, SA, AU)
Hoosier treaded 10.5/5/6 D30a - lightest pint treaded

There’s only a few options for treaded pint tires - so if your looking at this your probably deciding between this and the cnr Burris all terrain 4.5 treaded. I originally had the Burris on preorder / opted for this when that tire was
Delayed a little further. One metric that doesn’t get listed in the tire specs which I find critical in selecting tires is it’s weight - perhaps because there is probably a fair bit of inconsistency in the weights between seemingly identical tires of the same make/model. Weight of the Hoosier 5 was the primary factor that chose me to select this over the Burris 4.5 - my Hoosier 5 weighed 1199 grams compared to the Burris coming in at 1400 grams - for reference the stock pint unilli 4.5 slick is itself a little heavier than the Hoosier 5 at 1216 grams….that might not seem like a huge difference in weight - but the 200 grams differential between the Hoosier 5 and Burris 4.5 is about 17% of the Hoosier 5’s total weight. (*Info based on My mate Sean’s comprehensive compiled tire weight list on ow owners group on FB)

Generally speaking, the mass of the tire affects both your torque and range - there are of course other factors that impact this - but as my intention in selecting a tire for my DI Yowler strava trail racing build was to Maximize my torque for both acceleration and inclines - I opted for the significantly lighter Hoosier 5. I haven’t ridden the Burris 4.5 and am not knocking it at all - I expect it has a much more forgiving compound/durometer based on the reviews I’ve heard - I dig the tread pattern and cosmetics more - but the weight tipped the scales in the Hoosiers favor - also as this is for a trail racing build - the extra stability gained from the wider tread width suits my purposes as far as speed goes on chunkier terrain.

This tire is replacing an older, almost dead Hoosier 5 in the photo that a mate who installed some skfs for me had gifted me while waiting for my tire to arrive - I believe he said he got a little over 2000 Kms on that tire before i got it as a stop gap loaner - but don’t quote me on that.

I do wish this tire was available in the softer Hoosier durometers - I think this is the only tire Hoosier makes that will fit a onewheel not also available in D10a and D20a - as with most mods / pint riders tend to get shafted on options when
Compared to the offerings for xr riders….although the denser compound would prolong its durability over the softer ones / I’d opt for a softer compound if available as ride feel is more important to me that a few hundred extra Kms of life span..,

Also I dig the fact that this tire has a symmetrical tread design - one of my pet peeves about onewheel tires is the tread design is biased for left hand turns usually as that’s what dirt kart racing demands - even all the “built from the ground up” non dirt kart/onewheel specific treaded tires (t2,trail pro, all terrain) utilize the left hand biased tread design….

So I hope this info is helpful for anyone considering this tire against the Burris 4.5 - also I could use some more free shipping as getting stuff to oz is tough for ow riders

Regardless of what tire you get, if your reading this you’ve already made the best decision by going through craft - Nick, Mike, and their entire crew always provide the best customer service - plus if your an international rider craft is hands down
The best option.

Couldn’t ask
For anything more from
These guys - that is other than sending me out a cloud to put through my extensive scientific trail testing regimen in Australia - jk (kind of) but I think you guys might be overlooking the whole Southern Hemisphere Coriolis effect - our toilet water drains clockwise down here - that rotational anomaly has got to have some bearing on tires right? Might be a good idea to see how the cloud performs on the other side of the globe….just saying…🤪🤪🤪

Z
Zachary Cabingas ('Ewa Beach, HI, US)
Hoosier Tire Pint

Ride my stock tire to death. Decided it was time to move on and was not disappointed! Greatest investment on my Onewheel so far, extremely satisfied!

T
Tim Turner (Sydney, NSW, AU)
Good profile, but with very soft compound

As a rider new to the Pint this tyre has given me more confidence and control with its flatter profile. However, the compound is too soft for my liking as it picks up a lot of small road gravel making it quite noisey. I'm guessing that it'll wear faster than a harder compound.

C
Charles Dunning (Spanish Fork, UT, US)
Awesome

Feels solid but still nimble

J
Joe Kasperowski (Virginia Beach, VA, US)
Great tire but is it worth the trade off?

The tire is great quality and fits and performs as advertised but, what you gain in performance, you lose in range! In my opinion, there should be a warning up front of the actual loss of range with using this tire. It is at least 20%. If you are good with that, it’s fine but be aware of this downside. It was not acceptable to us so we will be going back to stock slick tire

C
Cooper Tribett (Provo, UT, US)
Just great!

I was so sad when I couldn't ride my pint for a week since I just wore out the old tire, but luckily, it wasn't too long because of how quick the shipping was! The new treaded tire was everything I could have hoped for and I'm back in it for a few more thousand miles!