The Mud Specialist
Featuring an aggressive open tread, the Schwalbe DIRTY DAN Super Downhill 29 Inch MTB Tire is for deep and soft terrain.
Excellent braking traction and extremely good self-cleaning characteristics thanks to the large stud gaps.
Super Downhill—Stability With No Compromise
For the most courageous and aggressive riding styles of those who won't shy away from any jump, who will ride the steepest descents, and who will attempt any obstacle.
Super Downhill, unlike any other construction, represents uncompromising stability and performance, developed for the Downhill World Cup.
Six carcass plies protect the tread area and also add stability when running very low tire pressures.
The side walls are extremely well protected from cuts and punctures by a combination of four carcass plies and a SnakeSkin fabric layer.
A newly constructed apex also guards against pinch flats and increases side wall stiffness.
- Developed for the Downhill World Cup
- Excels in muddy terrain
- SnakeSkin fabric layer
- Open and aggressive tread for excellent grip and self-cleaning
- Addix Ultra Soft Compound.
- Folding Bead.
- 29 x 2.35
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