Burris 11 x 6.0-6 Slick Tire for Onewheel™
Please note: SS-22 and SS-33 compounds are not in stock and will not be shipping immediately. SS-22 and SS-33 compounds are available to preorder and will be shipping in February or sooner. The SS-11 compound is in stock now and ready to ship.
Craft&Ride is proud to partner with Burris Racing to introduce the Burris 11 x 6.0-6 Slick Tire for your Onewheel. Experience a completely new ride with the Burris 11 x 6.0-6 Slick Tire.
The Slick Design:
The Burris 11 x 6.0-6 Slick Tire is Craft&Ride's favorite tire for riding street with the Onewheel! The Burris 11 x 6.0-6 Slick Tire introduces increased carveability over the stock Onewheel tire. In addition to increased carveability, this tire is available in three unique compounds that completely enhance your experience. Our favorite compound is the SS-11 compound, which introduces a super soft, smooth, and quiet ride. Not only will this tire make you feel like you are riding on a cloud, it will also grip off-road terrain like never before with its forgiving composition.
Choose from SS-33, SS-22, and SS-11 compounds. SS-33 is the most durable and firmest compound. SS-22 is a slightly softer compound with similar durability. SS-11 is the softest compound with the smoothest ride.
The Burris 11 x 6.0-6 Slick Tire is compatible with the Onewheel+ XR, Onewheel+, and original Onewheel. The Burris 11 x 6.0-6 Slick Tire is not compatible with the Onewheel Pint.
The Burris 11 x 5.0-6 Slick Tire for the Onewheel Pint is now available here.
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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Call or text Nick at +1 (909) 609-5719 if you have any questions.
This product comes with:
- One Burris 11 x 6.0-6 Slick 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!)
I have an Xtra Rad on my Pint and after chatting with Nick at C&R he recommended the SS-11 compound for my XR. I've put about 40 miles on it so far and have really been enjoying it. My biggest fear when moving to an XR was losing out on the maneuverability and feel of the Pint and I find that I don't miss it at all. Easy easy decision to upgrade to this tire over the Vega.
The tire it’s nice round and really nice carve ability. They did a nice job!
My only regret with this tire is that I didn’t put it on from day one! The stock Vega is like that insecure kid on the playground that loves to throw rocks at everyone, and the Burris slick is nimble enough to dodge them :). Seriously though, the reduction of stone throwing is worth the tire change alone, add in the buttery smooth carving and smoothness this tire adds to the ride and it’s a no brainer!!
Love ittt craft and ride
After my vega was worn out at 700miles, I went with this slick for more carveability. At first, I felt slightly unbalanced trying it, since I was used to the wide vega but quickly got used to it. The carveability is nice at speed but the only downside is that it is a lot less stable when doing very slow and tight turns like on sidewalks. It is easy enough to get used to but if you lean a little too far it is easy for the board to tip you off. Over all, I am very happy with the tire and will start looking into getting new onewheel accessories soon so I can spice up my rides.
I got the Burris 11x6x6 S-33 compound. I would rather have a stock Vega because of the size it gave me 1000 miles with no issue . Yes, you can carve easier with the 11x 6x 6 rather than the Vega 11x 6.5x 6.5, but I didn’t have any issues making hard carves with the Vega. I preferred the stability of the original Vega. The Burris was easy to change out. It’s rides very quite as would any new slick. I have to keep the PSI at 15-17 even though I’m 200 lbs and should probably have it at 20 PSI. If not then it rides super stiff. At 15-17 it handles the bumps in the road like the Vega. I hoping that more tire options with the original size will be available sometime.
Better carving with this slick than the original tire