Burris 11 x 6.0-6 Slick Tire for Onewheel™
Craft&Ride is proud to partner with Burris Racing to introduce the Burris 11 x 6.0-6 SS-33A 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 the ultimate tire for riding street with your Onewheel! The slick and rounder design of the Burris 11 x 6.0-6 Slick Tire offers a new ability to carve pavement easier over the stock Vega tire without losing stability. This tire will immediately increase your grip of the road and last even longer with its durable SS-33A composition. Now you can carve easier, climb higher, and shred longer with the Burris 11 x 6.0-6 Slick Tire.
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 Hoosier 10.5 x 4.5-6 Slick Tire for the Onewheel Pint is now available here.
We recommend using tire sealant when installing your new tire! Prevent against flats with Slime Tire Sealant.
This product comes with:
- One Burris 11 x 6.0-6 SS-33A Slick Tire
- Craft&Ride Stickers
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100% lighter on your feet.
This tire is a fantastic upgrade over the stock vega. It's not as round as something like the 5.5 hoosier, so you can still stay stationary on the board and it isn't wobbly at higher speeds for me. It is rounder than the vega for sure and you definitely feel like the board is more nimble which is a blast. It is also quieter than the vega, but not completely silent. It's a little grippier than the vega and is a massive overall upgrade.
The tire change is a huge pain if you don't have a bead breaker or a little bit of body weight, as the vega is incredibly difficult to get off. Either get a bead breaker or take it to a tire shop, doing so would have saved me 3 hours of trying to get that bead off. Getting this tire on wasn't as hard, but I did have to go up to 80 psi and at that pressure it was bulging like a balloon and it was a bit scary but once you're done it's well worth it. Don't forget to fill the tire with slime (or another puncture sealing product) as well to stop leaks.
Carves easily but is still stable. Lower weight and smaller contact patch gives better mileage too. If you ride only on paved surfaces this is an excellent option.
Man, what a difference! I didn't realize how hard I had to work to turn on the stock Vega. Floating just got way more fun
Much smoother edge to edge than stock tire.
Because of the upcoming groupride-Season i decided to try a tire that give me more comfort for longer rides. I was suprised that i gained Even more Range with the new Burris (about +2 Kilometers).
It’s not as Big as the Vega and Not as small as the Hoosier 5.5, so in my opinion the Perfect middle.
180‘s do still work very smooth on the Burris and i dont scratch the Pavement with the Trail and / Or Noes performing them.
I'm pretty sure I'm carving lines in asphault like I do on a fresh powder day. You need this tire!