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The Hutchinson Piranha Tubeless Mountain Bike Tire uses a combination of rubber and latex to ensure a solid seal on the bead and hold pressure when you're riding chunder and railing corners. Ideal for hardpack trails and long-distance rides, these Hutchinson tires use a semi-slick tread pattern in the middle to decrease rolling resistance and keep aggressive knobs on the sides for cornering performance—not to mention the fact that the tubeless design eliminates your worry about pinch flats.

Tech Specs

rubber, latex
Recommended Use:
mountain biking
26 in

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What is the best way to seal these...

What is the best way to seal these tires?

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I like Stan's sealant, it makes it pretty much worry free.

Are the Marathon MRC High still UST tubeless...

Are the Marathon MRC High still UST tubeless tires? Are they Black/Silver as pictured or just all black? And are the XC Tubeless light Black/Silver or just all black as pictured?

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Yes the Marathons MRC's are tubeless and both sets are all black. We are sold out of the black/silver version.

what about puncture resistance, is this...

what about puncture resistance, is this going to go flat everey time i ride?

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Not unless you intentionally ride on tacks. Tubeless tires are very durable, don't get pinch flats, and are often filled with that gel stuff that seals punctures for you.I agree with Angus. I've found that even when a tubeless tire gets punctured, it "leaks" rather than "pops" as a tube does. I'll take a leak over a pop any day! Add some Stan's or other tire sealant to the equation and you almost completely negate the need to remove the tire from the rim..except to replace it.