Specialized Resolution D2 Pro Tire Tire

Specialized Resolution D2 Pro Tire Tire 

DESCRIPTION

  • Aramid Bead
  • Wide footprint
  • Super light weight and foldability
  • High durability and low rolling resistance

USER REVIEWS

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[Nov 09, 2010]
yemajah
Cross Country Rider

Strength:

good in mud, big

Weakness:

high rolling resistance, loud "screaming" sound on pavement

high rolling resistance an a screaming loud Sound. No fun to ride it on the street. But in mud it is good because it is to big. This tire is realy 2" wide. All the others are not.

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
2
[Jul 31, 2010]
Maxwell
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

Light, nibble, and responsive

Weakness:

Sidewalls are a little too soft

Good tire, could use a little stiffer sidewall

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
4
[Aug 05, 2008]
honda53rider
Cross Country Rider

Strength:

As a front tire it performs well. You can really brake hard and not have to worry about it slipping over luws terrine. Also you can throw it around any turn and it holds its own. As a frunt tire is pritty good.

Weakness:

But the bike that I have came with the same tire in the rear. It breaks lewsey and slips on any up hill. Only good on hard packed smooth stuff.

For a front tire its ok but useless as a back tire.

Similar Products Used:

I replaced the back tire with a Intense EX its a big upgrade.

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
4
[Jul 31, 2008]
Jason
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

Fast, grippy on hardpack and dry conditions. Pretty light. Climbs well.

Weakness:

Thin sidewalls. Pinch flats a few times when really bombing and/or in rough terrain.

I like them, in general, but I've had some flats and noticed a handful of little sidewall tears on the rear. Time to think about something else?

Similar Products Used:

Mythos XC, Panaracer XC PRO, WTB race tires,

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
3
[May 31, 2008]
axel issel
Cross Country Rider

Strength:

Light weight, grip, looks

Weakness:

lack of strength, mainly on the sides

I recommend this tire only of the terrain is not too aggressive,. I've cut the 2 tires in my first descend on rocky terrain, only having used them for 5 times in dirt.

Similar Products Used:

none yet, I am moving to IRC trailbear

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
1
[May 12, 2008]
John
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

The grip is pretty good.

Weakness:

Thin sidewall.

Nope. Not a good tire. Once you slice the sidewall you're stranded unless you carry a spare tire. I've shredded two of these things in six months. I guess it would be OK on fire roads or you never drop through rock gardens.

Similar Products Used:

Various WTB's

OVERALL
RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
1
[Apr 14, 2006]
Steve Peterson
Cross Country Rider

Strength:

This tire is and awesome tire for multi surfaces. It is great on everything from hard pack to loose dirt. I love it. Awesome Tred with great grip all over the place, really good tire! Great Value, a lot of tire for the money

Weakness:

Not the greatest in mud, but gets the job done, a lot better on dry dirt and hard packed surfaces.

I really like this tire it is very strong, looks great and gave me a ton of traction when I have needed it. It was great at slick rock this april. I would let anyone who is looking for a great tire that is both and on road off road ready and is great on everything from Hard pack to loose dirt. this is a great tire.

Similar Products Used:

Panaracer XC Fire Pro, Michelin Wild Gripper Front S

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
[Sep 11, 2007]
Jason West
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

Decent grip, relatively light

Weakness:

sidewalls flimsy, cut easily

These came stock on my enduro(love the bike, by the way). After only 70 miles, I have two large sidewall cuts and have had two other punctures. Tires are simply too flimsy to stand up to the type of riding the Enduro otherwise allows for. The grip seemed decent, if you only plan on easy trail riding.

Similar Products Used:

WTB Raptor

OVERALL
RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
1
[Aug 01, 2007]
andy illston
Cross Country Rider

Strength:

lightweight for size

Weakness:

slow rolling even on hardpack, poor cornering due to oversize carcase making tyre flop (its more like a 2.5" than the 2" it claims to be) don't run these on narrow xc rims! Possibly the worst tyre i ever used on muddy trail and tree roots due to lack of grip. to cap it all i have had more punctures with these tyres over the last month than the whole of my riding days put together.

These are just total rubbish!!

Similar Products Used:

panaracer razer kenda karma specialized dirt control

OVERALL
RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
1
[Jul 19, 2007]
Dylan
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

Good volume, light, fast rolling, predictable. Price

Weakness:

Casings are fragile rubbish. On my first ride a stick/root cut a 1cm hole right through the tread of the rear tire. Within a month both front and rear had numerous sidewall cuts where the tires were bulging.
Tire slides predictably but grip levels aren't outstanding.

Could be a very nice tire if you only ride smooth groomed XC trails, but just not suitable if you ever ride rocky trails or where there is tree debris. I would expect a 2.3 tire to be built to take a little abuse.
I changed to these tires from the stock Hutchison Barracudas to try and save some weight and get better rolling performance. They worked in that regard, but just aren't trustworthy. Both front and rear tires were basically wrecked in a month , where with the hutchisons I have only had one puncture in the subsequent 6 months.
Disappointed.

Similar Products Used:

IRC, Maxxis, WTB, Hutchison.

OVERALL
RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
2
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