Fast-Rolling, Ultra-Grippy Trail Traction
The Maxxis Aggressor DD 29" Tire is designed for high-speed trail riding, but that doesn't make this a one-trick-pony. With an aggressive tread pattern designed for stability, traction, and speed, the Aggressor runs particularly well as a rear, paired with either a Minion DHF or Assegai up front.
The Aggressor uses Maxxis' DUAL rubber compound, designed for low rolling resistance and traction. A cluster of knobs through the center are shaped specifically for optimal grip. Large, blocky side knobs dig into the trail when cornering at speed, providing confidence-inspiring grip for white-knuckle descents. Intended use ranges from hardpack to loose over hard, and medium.
The Maxxis Aggressor features Double Down, a dual layer 120tpi casing with a butyl insert that provides additional sidewall protection. Tubeless Ready construction 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.
- 29" x 2.3" (58-622 ISO) foldable bead MTB tire
- Tubeless ready design
- DD sidewall protection
- Maxxis Dual compound for traction and low rolling resistance
- Ideally run as a rear, paired with a Minion DHF or Assegai up front
- 120 TPI
- Weight: 1,217 g
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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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