Throw down on the trails.
When you need to cut into hard-pack or slice through loose cover, your trusty Maxxis Tomahawk DD Tire is the weapon of choice. Lower profile center and shoulder lugs minimize rolling resistance, but keeping the edges tall and aggressive means you can still dig into turns. All the speed of a semi-slick with all-conditions versatility, the Tomahawk is further helped along by its 3C Maxx Terra compound for reliable stickiness, and the Double Down dual-ply casing means you'll have the support and protection of a downhill tire but in a lighter package for getting you up and down the most challenging enduro terrain.
27.5” x 2.3”. 120 TPI dual-ply DD casing. Folding bead. Tubeless ready.
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