Bigger and badder than ever.
Whether you're looking for an extra-wide XC race tire to put yourself on the podium, or you've got aspirations of blazing new trails altogether, the Maxxis Aggressor Wide Trail tire is ready to roll. With its Wide Trail (WT) casing, this version of the Aggressor is optimized for 30-35mm inner width rims. Designed for high-speed trail riding, this tire holds its own in pretty much any setting from XC racing on loose courses to heavy all-mountain riding. Featuring Maxxis's Dual-compound rubber, the Aggressor manages to eliminate unneeded rolling resistance without sacrificing on all-terrain grip. The aggressive tread pattern features advanced knob shaping, creating extra gripping edges through the center patch with reinforced side knobs offering enhanced stability.
Featuring EXO Protection through the sidewalls, theadding in a layer of puncture- and abrasion-resistance for charging through unexpected rock gardens or craggy outcroppings. The 60 TPI Tubeless Ready casing allows this tire to shed the inner tube and drop the pressure for added traction and comfort when mounted to compatible tubeless rims with liquid sealant.
Measures 29" x 2.5" (63-622 ISO), claimed weight of 980 grams. Also available in 27.5" version.
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The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.
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Good compromise between grip/control and rolling efficiency.
Replaced a Maxis forecaster(front wheel), which is a good tire as well, but not as well suited to later season riding in Idaho, when the trail gets really loose and slippery. 2.50 front and 2.35 rear seems to work well up here in Idaho.
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