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Highlifter Outlaw
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Highlifter Outlaw ATV
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The tread and features were designed by the mud-riding staff at High Lifter Products and engineered with virtual intelligent pro-typing technology. The High Lifter Outlaw is truly unique.

In development for about 18 months, this new super-sized mud tire offers a combination of features not found on any competitive tire.

These features include:

  • Constructed of a new, cutting-edge rubber compound, the 6-ply rated "Outlaw" was designed to be durable and puncture resistant, but lighter weight to maximize horsepower.
  • The 28x10.5x12 “Outlaw” is approximately 10 lbs. lighter than the only comparable-sized competitor tire (a 4-ply rated 28x10x12).
  • Weighing only 31 lbs., the 28x10.5x12 Outlaw is 3-4 pounds lighter than most 27x12x12 tires.
  • Even the largest 6-ply rated “Outlaw”, a 28x12.5x12, is 2 pounds lighter than the closest competitors’ 4-ply rated 28x10x12.
  • The tread bar design features a rounded tip, paddle-like, cupped lug and is a full 1-1/4" deep for improved traction. The cupped lugs help propel the ATV forward as opposed to cutting through the mud and digging a hole like some sharp tread tip competitor tires do. The "Outlaw" design also puts more rubber on the ground for longer tire life, and resistance to tread tears and tip wear.
  • A major feature is the tread wrap around the sidewall on 28x12.5x12 and 26x12x12 models is a full 1-1/2” deep at the corner to provide traction from the sidewall as well as the main tread. This gives you about 40% more pulling area (2 extra inches of tread down each sidewall).
  • The design includes a large and unrestricted space between the lugs for superior self-cleaning capabilities.
  • The carcass height of the Outlaw is 25-1/2" tall where competitor 28" tire carcass measure only 23" in diameter. This gives you more ground clearance in the mud than competitor tires (the tire sits on the carcass while the tread sinks in the mud).
  • The 28x10.5x12 Outlaw is a true 10.5" wide, where most competitor tires are 9" or less. The 28x12.5x12 is also a true 12.5" wide.
  • Sizes available include 28’s, 27's, 26’s and 25’s.
  • The 28x9.5x12 tires will fit on the front of a Polaris without rubbing, and the 25"/26" combination work great on a Honda 300 4x4.

This Outlaw has been tested against the most aggressive and most popular mud tires on the market several times. The Outlaw came out the winner every time. It pulls better... it cleans better... it weighs less and is the tallest and widest ATV Mud Tire in the World! The High Lifter Outlaw is definitely the baddest tire in the woods and the greatest ATV mud tire value on the market.  The Outlaw is the most aggressive mud tire on the market. There is nothing else like it.

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Don't even consider it if this is your main terrain. This tire will not perform well at all in this terrain.

Its trying but not doing too well.  You'd be better off choosing another for this terrain.

Average.  Its doing ok, not great but its holding its own.  A decent choice if you're compromising.

This tire does very well in this terrain but its not the best tire available however still a very good choice.

This tire performs exceptionally well in this terrain.  Among the best suited for this terrain.

Size Availability - This is a one to three thumbs up snapshot rating where one mean poor selection, two means ok and three means great.  Check with suppliers or manufacturers for actual available sizes.  While this rating system is vague, we couldn't possibly list all available sizes with size selection changing over time.  Please see manufacturer for list of sizes in production.

Money Bags - This is an average cost scale based on an averaged advertised cost of this tire when compared to other tires.  One money bag represents the tire is typically one of the cheapest available while 5 money bags indicates that this tire is one of the most expensive.  Averages are based on the tires reviewed.

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