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Schwalbe Marathon HS Wire Bead Tire
Schwalbe Marathon HS Wire Bead Tire
Schwalbe Marathon HS Wire Bead Tire
Schwalbe Marathon HS Wire Bead Tire
Schwalbe Marathon HS Wire Bead Tire
Schwalbe Marathon HS Wire Bead Tire
Schwalbe Marathon HS Wire Bead Tire

Schwalbe Marathon HS Wire Bead Tire

Schwalbe Marathon HS Wire Bead Tire
Schwalbe Marathon HS Wire Bead Tire
Schwalbe Marathon HS Wire Bead Tire
Schwalbe Marathon HS Wire Bead Tire
Schwalbe Marathon HS Wire Bead Tire
Schwalbe Marathon HS Wire Bead Tire
Schwalbe Marathon HS Wire Bead Tire
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Features

  • The archetypal high quality touring tire
  • The highly elastic GreenGuard layer is 3 mm thick
  • One third of the GreenGuard is made up of recycled latex products
  • The “Anti-Aging” sidewall can withstand the typical cracking that results from overloading due to insufficient inflation pressure for much longer.
  • 65-110 PSI

Description

This classic touring tire from Schwalbe has incredible puncture resistance and durability. With design goals similar to the Specialized Armadillo, the newly developed smart guard puncture protection belt is made of flexible special rubber that offers particular resistance to thorns and shards. It also has a reflective stripe on the sidewall for enhanced visibility.


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ASIN: B004YIC0YI


Item model number: Schwalbe Marathon-Siz


Customer Reviews: 4.4 out of 5 stars1,913 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,811 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #9 in Bike Tires


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Features

  • The archetypal high quality touring tire
  • The highly elastic GreenGuard layer is 3 mm thick
  • One third of the GreenGuard is made up of recycled latex products
  • The “Anti-Aging” sidewall can withstand the typical cracking that results from overloading due to insufficient inflation pressure for much longer.
  • 65-110 PSI

Description

This classic touring tire from Schwalbe has incredible puncture resistance and durability. With design goals similar to the Specialized Armadillo, the newly developed smart guard puncture protection belt is made of flexible special rubber that offers particular resistance to thorns and shards. It also has a reflective stripe on the sidewall for enhanced visibility.


Shipping Weight: 2.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.


International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More


ASIN: B004YIC0YI


Item model number: Schwalbe Marathon-Siz


Customer Reviews: 4.4 out of 5 stars1,913 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,811 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #9 in Bike Tires


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • The archetypal high quality touring tire
  • The highly elastic GreenGuard layer is 3 mm thick
  • One third of the GreenGuard is made up of recycled latex products
  • The “Anti-Aging” sidewall can withstand the typical cracking that results from overloading due to insufficient inflation pressure for much longer.
  • 65-110 PSI

Description

This classic touring tire from Schwalbe has incredible puncture resistance and durability. With design goals similar to the Specialized Armadillo, the newly developed smart guard puncture protection belt is made of flexible special rubber that offers particular resistance to thorns and shards. It also has a reflective stripe on the sidewall for enhanced visibility.


Shipping Weight: 2.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.


International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More


ASIN: B004YIC0YI


Item model number: Schwalbe Marathon-Siz


Customer Reviews: 4.4 out of 5 stars1,913 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,811 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #9 in Bike Tires


abunda_amazon_reviews Schwalbe tires are among the best brands available. This one-star review is NOT to reflect on the tire maker, but on the supplier. The two tires I received had the manufacture date stamp inside the tires of 2007 !!! THIRTEEN YEARS OLD RUBBER !!! I’ll not bother to return them; I have no plans for a cross-country tour, nor biking in remote areas. This one-star review is to get the attention of you avid bike riders. Because you are reading this, shows you to be wise; read the negative reviews to learn the issues others have had. In reading these pages you have seen reviews stating premature blow-outs, and greatly diminished tire wear. Both are symptoms of OLD rubber. Being wise to have read the reviews, don’t be foolish as I was to have relied on the good name of Schwalbe. Check your local bike shops for your tires. You may pay a little more, but, consider that insurance to have the advantage to check the manufacturing date of the tire. To insure you DON’T get thirteen year old rubber !!! It would be a good bet that this supplier bought-out some distributors ‘old stock’ for pennies-on-the-dollar. Let HIM eat his investment, not you. Even if you’re not an avid rider, but, merely a ride in the park with the grandkids kinda guy, as me, don’t throw your money away !!! See the date stamp in the attached photo, both tires had the same stamp. (My witness is also in the picture.);;Reviewed in the United States on February 7, 2020;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;13 year-old rubber;;Megoo T. Bird;;;Just finished the coast to coast TransAmerica bike route, 4,500 miles over 93 days. NO flats, did not even rotate the tires. Fully loaded, my weight plus 49 pounds of gear, and the tires still look good, worn but good. Can not recommend them enough!!;;Reviewed in the United States on August 19, 2015;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;coast2coast - zero flats!!;;Ken Onuska Berman;;;Bike: 2004 K2 Zed 1.0 Tire Size: 26" x 2" Use: Mountain bike turned road and path bike When I pulled these tires out of the box (they were shipped flat and in the round, not folded), I could feel the quality of manufacture. Others have mentioned that these tires are not exactly light, and that's true. But they are solid and have nice, firm sidewalls. I had no trouble popping these onto my rims without the use of tools. They ride great. I'm not a daily bike commuter, but I ride around the neighborhood, on paved bike trails, and sometimes on hard-pack or gravel. These tires have performed satisfactorily on all.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 9, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Excellent for a hybrid bike;;C Jones;;;I bought 2 of Schwalbe Marathon GG RLX Wire Bead Tire (700X28)this is the second set, the first set I got 9000 miles on them, never had a problem with them. My second set of these I bought in December 22 2017 I have put only 1277 miles on them, the front blew out sitting on my bike rack after an 80 mile bike ride on bike paths the whole ride. I only air them up to 85 PSI, the tire is rated to 110 PSI. Why would this blow out on the side wall, it looks like the tire just separated on the inside of the tire. The tail end of the ride the tire had a wobble to it, kind of hard to see the tire I have fenders on this bike. The rear has that slight wobble to it too, looking it over close I can see where the tread is worn out more in spot on the tire. I'm guessing this tire will blow out soon too. I paid good money for these and to only have them last under 1300 miles is ridiculous! This bike is my commuter bike mainly but goes on long rides on the weekends. I only ride on the streets very little, Denver has a ton of bike paths and that's where I ride. I want to know what you're going to do about this?;;Reviewed in the United States on September 17, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;only 1300 mile on these, very sad to have a blow out. My rear is doing the same thing.;;Laura B.;;;The item received was: Marathon HS420 B/B+RT (Art-No: 11100007). To be honest, I did not know that bike tires could be this good! The quality is phenomenal, and the ride so smooth and secure. To echo another review, they seem more like motorcycle tires, and cannot really even be compared to my previous tires. The old tires were soft, wobbly and I was getting flats at least every month. The rolling resistance on these is outstanding and has reduced fatigue and give a feeling of confidence when far from home and or help. Installed easily in a few minutes, just make sure to seat the tires on the rim by inflating to around 20psi. Then stop and push the tire on both sides to make sure it is evenly seated around the entire rim, then inflate to full pressure. You won't be disappointed....;;Reviewed in the United States on March 5, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Best Bike Tires I've Ever Used....;;Biggs E;;;Thick tire that seems extremely puncture resistant. I've been riding on slick light weight tires for the last 5 years but have recently started riding on rougher/dirtier terrain that resulted in numerous flats and sliced tires so I made the switch. Bad is that the tire is so thick it feels like it's drifting on turns(maybe rolling of the thick tread) but does roll easy going straight and is puncture resistant so I like it. May not be the tire for a rider that consistently goes faster than 20-25 MPH. I usually average 17-22 depending on motivation.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 13, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Bad is that the tire is so thick it feels ...;;Gregthefisherman;;;Got these for my Surly LHT 54 CM frame- the 2" tires seem to leave lots of clearance, so you could go larger. I commute daily about 10 miles on these, and the extra volume of air in these really helps with the bumpy streets in San Fran. Going straight they are nice and smooth, and there's a very subtle choppiness (took many miles before I noticed it) when turning which I guess is just the tread of the tire giving you a little extra traction on curves and turns. My commute is as bad as it gets with potholes, glass, railroad and trolley tracks, and washboarded roads that could shake the bike right out of your hands- these are great tires. Update 4/30/17: I've now been commuting a year and a half on these, about 10 miles a day and I finally got a glass puncture in West Oakland. It was a spike shaped piece of glass and I think it took a few miles before it was driven through the tire; there was no immediate flat- I got home fine and noticed the flat on Sunday night. What's really impressive is that I had to use pliers to pull that piece of glass out of the tire- and it wasn't easy! I wish Schwalbe made car tires:);;Reviewed in the United States on November 9, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Great tires!;;Mike G.

Shipping

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Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Megoo T. Bird - Reviewed in the United States on February 7, 2020
13 year-old rubber
Schwalbe tires are among the best brands available. This one-star review is NOT to reflect on the tire maker, but on the supplier. The two tires I received had the manufacture date stamp inside the tires of 2007 !!! THIRTEEN YEARS OLD RUBBER !!! I’ll not bother to return them; I have no plans for a cross-country tour, nor biking in remote areas. This one-star review is to get the attention of you avid bike riders. Because you are reading this, shows you to be wise; read the negative reviews to learn the issues others have had. In reading these pages you have seen reviews stating premature blow-outs, and greatly diminished tire wear. Both are symptoms of OLD rubber. Being wise to have read the reviews, don’t be foolish as I was to have relied on the good name of Schwalbe. Check your local bike shops for your tires. You may pay a little more, but, consider that insurance to have the advantage to check the manufacturing date of the tire. To insure you DON’T get thirteen year old rubber !!! It would be a good bet that this supplier bought-out some distributors ‘old stock’ for pennies-on-the-dollar. Let HIM eat his investment, not you. Even if you’re not an avid rider, but, merely a ride in the park with the grandkids kinda guy, as me, don’t throw your money away !!! See the date stamp in the attached photo, both tires had the same stamp. (My witness is also in the picture.)

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Ken Onuska Berman - Reviewed in the United States on August 19, 2015
coast2coast - zero flats!!
Just finished the coast to coast TransAmerica bike route, 4,500 miles over 93 days. NO flats, did not even rotate the tires. Fully loaded, my weight plus 49 pounds of gear, and the tires still look good, worn but good. Can not recommend them enough!!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By C Jones - Reviewed in the United States on July 9, 2016
Excellent for a hybrid bike
Bike: 2004 K2 Zed 1.0 Tire Size: 26" x 2" Use: Mountain bike turned road and path bike When I pulled these tires out of the box (they were shipped flat and in the round, not folded), I could feel the quality of manufacture. Others have mentioned that these tires are not exactly light, and that's true. But they are solid and have nice, firm sidewalls. I had no trouble popping these onto my rims without the use of tools. They ride great. I'm not a daily bike commuter, but I ride around the neighborhood, on paved bike trails, and sometimes on hard-pack or gravel. These tires have performed satisfactorily on all.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Laura B. - Reviewed in the United States on September 17, 2018
only 1300 mile on these, very sad to have a blow out. My rear is doing the same thing.
I bought 2 of Schwalbe Marathon GG RLX Wire Bead Tire (700X28)this is the second set, the first set I got 9000 miles on them, never had a problem with them. My second set of these I bought in December 22 2017 I have put only 1277 miles on them, the front blew out sitting on my bike rack after an 80 mile bike ride on bike paths the whole ride. I only air them up to 85 PSI, the tire is rated to 110 PSI. Why would this blow out on the side wall, it looks like the tire just separated on the inside of the tire. The tail end of the ride the tire had a wobble to it, kind of hard to see the tire I have fenders on this bike. The rear has that slight wobble to it too, looking it over close I can see where the tread is worn out more in spot on the tire. I'm guessing this tire will blow out soon too. I paid good money for these and to only have them last under 1300 miles is ridiculous! This bike is my commuter bike mainly but goes on long rides on the weekends. I only ride on the streets very little, Denver has a ton of bike paths and that's where I ride. I want to know what you're going to do about this?

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Biggs E - Reviewed in the United States on March 5, 2019
Best Bike Tires I've Ever Used....
The item received was: Marathon HS420 B/B+RT (Art-No: 11100007). To be honest, I did not know that bike tires could be this good! The quality is phenomenal, and the ride so smooth and secure. To echo another review, they seem more like motorcycle tires, and cannot really even be compared to my previous tires. The old tires were soft, wobbly and I was getting flats at least every month. The rolling resistance on these is outstanding and has reduced fatigue and give a feeling of confidence when far from home and or help. Installed easily in a few minutes, just make sure to seat the tires on the rim by inflating to around 20psi. Then stop and push the tire on both sides to make sure it is evenly seated around the entire rim, then inflate to full pressure. You won't be disappointed....

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Gregthefisherman - Reviewed in the United States on November 13, 2017
Bad is that the tire is so thick it feels ...
Thick tire that seems extremely puncture resistant. I've been riding on slick light weight tires for the last 5 years but have recently started riding on rougher/dirtier terrain that resulted in numerous flats and sliced tires so I made the switch. Bad is that the tire is so thick it feels like it's drifting on turns(maybe rolling of the thick tread) but does roll easy going straight and is puncture resistant so I like it. May not be the tire for a rider that consistently goes faster than 20-25 MPH. I usually average 17-22 depending on motivation.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Mike G. - Reviewed in the United States on November 9, 2016
Great tires!
Got these for my Surly LHT 54 CM frame- the 2" tires seem to leave lots of clearance, so you could go larger. I commute daily about 10 miles on these, and the extra volume of air in these really helps with the bumpy streets in San Fran. Going straight they are nice and smooth, and there's a very subtle choppiness (took many miles before I noticed it) when turning which I guess is just the tread of the tire giving you a little extra traction on curves and turns. My commute is as bad as it gets with potholes, glass, railroad and trolley tracks, and washboarded roads that could shake the bike right out of your hands- these are great tires. Update 4/30/17: I've now been commuting a year and a half on these, about 10 miles a day and I finally got a glass puncture in West Oakland. It was a spike shaped piece of glass and I think it took a few miles before it was driven through the tire; there was no immediate flat- I got home fine and noticed the flat on Sunday night. What's really impressive is that I had to use pliers to pull that piece of glass out of the tire- and it wasn't easy! I wish Schwalbe made car tires:)

Recent Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Megoo T. Bird - Reviewed in the United States on February 7, 2020
13 year-old rubber
Schwalbe tires are among the best brands available. This one-star review is NOT to reflect on the tire maker, but on the supplier. The two tires I received had the manufacture date stamp inside the tires of 2007 !!! THIRTEEN YEARS OLD RUBBER !!! I’ll not bother to return them; I have no plans for a cross-country tour, nor biking in remote areas. This one-star review is to get the attention of you avid bike riders. Because you are reading this, shows you to be wise; read the negative reviews to learn the issues others have had. In reading these pages you have seen reviews stating premature blow-outs, and greatly diminished tire wear. Both are symptoms of OLD rubber. Being wise to have read the reviews, don’t be foolish as I was to have relied on the good name of Schwalbe. Check your local bike shops for your tires. You may pay a little more, but, consider that insurance to have the advantage to check the manufacturing date of the tire. To insure you DON’T get thirteen year old rubber !!! It would be a good bet that this supplier bought-out some distributors ‘old stock’ for pennies-on-the-dollar. Let HIM eat his investment, not you. Even if you’re not an avid rider, but, merely a ride in the park with the grandkids kinda guy, as me, don’t throw your money away !!! See the date stamp in the attached photo, both tires had the same stamp. (My witness is also in the picture.)

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Ken Onuska Berman - Reviewed in the United States on August 19, 2015
coast2coast - zero flats!!
Just finished the coast to coast TransAmerica bike route, 4,500 miles over 93 days. NO flats, did not even rotate the tires. Fully loaded, my weight plus 49 pounds of gear, and the tires still look good, worn but good. Can not recommend them enough!!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By C Jones - Reviewed in the United States on July 9, 2016
Excellent for a hybrid bike
Bike: 2004 K2 Zed 1.0 Tire Size: 26" x 2" Use: Mountain bike turned road and path bike When I pulled these tires out of the box (they were shipped flat and in the round, not folded), I could feel the quality of manufacture. Others have mentioned that these tires are not exactly light, and that's true. But they are solid and have nice, firm sidewalls. I had no trouble popping these onto my rims without the use of tools. They ride great. I'm not a daily bike commuter, but I ride around the neighborhood, on paved bike trails, and sometimes on hard-pack or gravel. These tires have performed satisfactorily on all.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Laura B. - Reviewed in the United States on September 17, 2018
only 1300 mile on these, very sad to have a blow out. My rear is doing the same thing.
I bought 2 of Schwalbe Marathon GG RLX Wire Bead Tire (700X28)this is the second set, the first set I got 9000 miles on them, never had a problem with them. My second set of these I bought in December 22 2017 I have put only 1277 miles on them, the front blew out sitting on my bike rack after an 80 mile bike ride on bike paths the whole ride. I only air them up to 85 PSI, the tire is rated to 110 PSI. Why would this blow out on the side wall, it looks like the tire just separated on the inside of the tire. The tail end of the ride the tire had a wobble to it, kind of hard to see the tire I have fenders on this bike. The rear has that slight wobble to it too, looking it over close I can see where the tread is worn out more in spot on the tire. I'm guessing this tire will blow out soon too. I paid good money for these and to only have them last under 1300 miles is ridiculous! This bike is my commuter bike mainly but goes on long rides on the weekends. I only ride on the streets very little, Denver has a ton of bike paths and that's where I ride. I want to know what you're going to do about this?

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Biggs E - Reviewed in the United States on March 5, 2019
Best Bike Tires I've Ever Used....
The item received was: Marathon HS420 B/B+RT (Art-No: 11100007). To be honest, I did not know that bike tires could be this good! The quality is phenomenal, and the ride so smooth and secure. To echo another review, they seem more like motorcycle tires, and cannot really even be compared to my previous tires. The old tires were soft, wobbly and I was getting flats at least every month. The rolling resistance on these is outstanding and has reduced fatigue and give a feeling of confidence when far from home and or help. Installed easily in a few minutes, just make sure to seat the tires on the rim by inflating to around 20psi. Then stop and push the tire on both sides to make sure it is evenly seated around the entire rim, then inflate to full pressure. You won't be disappointed....

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Gregthefisherman - Reviewed in the United States on November 13, 2017
Bad is that the tire is so thick it feels ...
Thick tire that seems extremely puncture resistant. I've been riding on slick light weight tires for the last 5 years but have recently started riding on rougher/dirtier terrain that resulted in numerous flats and sliced tires so I made the switch. Bad is that the tire is so thick it feels like it's drifting on turns(maybe rolling of the thick tread) but does roll easy going straight and is puncture resistant so I like it. May not be the tire for a rider that consistently goes faster than 20-25 MPH. I usually average 17-22 depending on motivation.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Mike G. - Reviewed in the United States on November 9, 2016
Great tires!
Got these for my Surly LHT 54 CM frame- the 2" tires seem to leave lots of clearance, so you could go larger. I commute daily about 10 miles on these, and the extra volume of air in these really helps with the bumpy streets in San Fran. Going straight they are nice and smooth, and there's a very subtle choppiness (took many miles before I noticed it) when turning which I guess is just the tread of the tire giving you a little extra traction on curves and turns. My commute is as bad as it gets with potholes, glass, railroad and trolley tracks, and washboarded roads that could shake the bike right out of your hands- these are great tires. Update 4/30/17: I've now been commuting a year and a half on these, about 10 miles a day and I finally got a glass puncture in West Oakland. It was a spike shaped piece of glass and I think it took a few miles before it was driven through the tire; there was no immediate flat- I got home fine and noticed the flat on Sunday night. What's really impressive is that I had to use pliers to pull that piece of glass out of the tire- and it wasn't easy! I wish Schwalbe made car tires:)