The Hoosier 11 x 5.5-6 Treaded Tire is the ultimate tire to take riding your Onewheel to a whole new level! Swapping out your stock tire is the single most important upgrade you can do. The rounded edges will have you carving and maneuvering around obstacles you never knew possible!! Step your game up today!!!
The Hoosier 11 x 5.5-6 Treaded Tire is compatible with the original Onewheel, Onewheel+, and Onewheel+ XR.
Food for thought... I have seen all 3 of these compounds of the tires last anywhere between 800-2500mi. There are sooo many variables(road conditions like dirt, rock, concrete, grass, hot roads/cold roads; riders weight, straight line riding vs. carving all the time, how aggressively you carve, what Psi you ride at, and your weight, etc) all play a factor in the life of your tire. So with all that being said it is impossible to know how long a tire will last you. When the tire is miss shaped that is when we recommend swapping your tire out for a new one. Just because it is not flat does not mean it is not time to change it out! Treat yourself to a nice smooth ride! Swap out that miss shaped tire for a new one! You deserve it!
D10- This is the softest/stickiest compound. This tire will wear out slightly sooner than the D20. Depending on your weight and the PSI you run your tire at will affect tire life.
D20- This tire compound has the best of both worlds. So if you can't make up your mind this is a great option for you :)
D30- This compound is much softer/stickier than the stock vega. This tire will wear the longest due to it being the hardest of these three high performance tire compounds.
Vega- This is the tire that the Onewheel XR/+/V1 come from the factory with. This tire has a rating of around D60. The harder compound makes it less grippy on and off-road. Also, the Vega is not as round as the performance tires we have listed on this site.
Recommended PSI General Rule of Thumb:
ALL-TERRAIN= 1psi per 10lbs=170lb rider needs 17psi.
Dirt 170lbs= 10-12psi to absorb impacts better
Street 170lbs= 18-25psi depending on riding style
Remember… There are always Pro’s & Cons to low & hi PSI. Low PSI leaves the bead of your rim more vulnerable to being chipped or cracked by a rock, pothole, curb, etc… But gives you extra cushion while off-roading. The Lower the PSI the more stable the tire is usually. While a higher PSI will make the tire more round VS flat making the board more carvey while also adding slightly more Torx giving you better response times to achieve those higher speeds on streets. ALWAYS be sure to check your tires PSI before riding! This can easily be done with help from your memory and by squeezing the tire with your hands to see what PSI you are at.