The MTB Tire With The Widest Range Of Applications
The Schwalbe NOBBY NIC Super Trail 29 Inch MTB Tire is an all-rounder that works in every situation, no matter the weather, no matter the terrain.
From Tour and all-mountain to difficult XC tracks as well as technically challenging Enduro trails, the Nobby Nic delivers the goods with a revised tread design for 2020.
SuperTrail —The Multi-Talent
The robust construction—two carcass plies on the sidewall, three plies underneath the tread—combines moderate weight with low rolling resistance, immense cornering grip, and puncture protection.
SnakeSkin fabric from bead to bead and an apex for extra protection.
The result is a go-anywhere, do-anything tire that is as versatile as a multi-functional tool: Super Trail suits rides ranging from intense all-mountain to trail and enduro.
- Modern trail bike tread with stable shoulder blocks for even more traction
- Enlarged gaps between blocks for better self-cleaning
- Outstanding braking and forward traction due to special center stud arrangement
- Folding bead, TLE
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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%.
Wheel Size: 700C/29" (ISO 622)
Tire Type: Tubeless Ready
Threads Per Inch: 67
29 x 2.4 - ADDIX Speed Grip
Weight: 1055 grams
Tire Width: 62mm (2.4in)
Mfg PartNum: 11654142.01
29 x 2.4 - ADDIX Soft
Weight: 1045 grams
Tire Width: 60mm (2.4in)
Mfg PartNum: 11654145.01
29 x 2.6 - ADDIX Speed Grip
Weight: 1115 grams
Tire Width: 65mm (2.6in)
Mfg PartNum: 11654115
This is a great trail tire to cover distance. The rolling resistance is perfect. I have been running the 2.4 super trail addix speed grip rear and the 2.4 super trail soft on both my hard tail and full sus. The super trail casing is a tough tire for the weight. I recently destroyed two Maxis EXO + casing on the rear of my bikes and also a Specialized Trail grid. My impression as of now is that the Super trail is a better casing. I blasted both bikes through some serious rocks with no issues. I have since installed a Cush core on my hardtail. Hardtail pressures 22psi front and 21 psi rear. Ibis Ripmo AF 22 psi F and 24 psi rear. Tire has sufficient grip cornering and braking. I have two bikes and 3-wheel sets. One has some heavy-duty Maxis tires and the other two Nobby Nics. I am now hooked on Schwalbe tires and will be trying a Magic mary Hans Dampf combo on the other wheel set soon.
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