Maxxis Minion DHF - 29in 3C Maxx Terra/EXO/TR, 29x2.3

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Maxxis Minion Dhf 29in 3c Maxx Terra Exo Tr 29x2 3

Maxxis Minion Dhf Terra 29x2 3 1

Tackle muddy, technical rocky descents with confidence on the burly Maxxis Minion DHF 29in tire. Designed for aggressive riding, the Minion is enduro bred to bomb through a range of terrain and trail conditions, and in keeping with its namesake, loyally stick with you while you're navigating challenging lines. The Minion's triple compound construction suits it to rugged, enduro rides. It relies on a firm, durable base layer topped by two progressively softer layers to keep the tires glued to the trail when conditions get slippery and loose. We like the way the softer layers pair with the mix of directionally ramped center knobs and tall, channel-cut knobs along the sides to keep rolling resistance low on fast straightaways but grab quickly in tight corners.Between the dependable 60 TPI casing and the tubeless-ready construction, you can also count on the Minion to not bail if you hit an occasional rock or frequent rock gardens. With this mix of features, whether you're riding through mud, loose dirt, or any messy mix of conditions, we'd count on this tire to barrel through it all without hesitation.

- Compound: 3C Maxx Terra
- Size: 29 x 2.30 in
- Type: tubeless ready
- Protection: EXO
- TPI: 60

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