The Schwalbe Magic Mary ADDIX 27.5" x 2.6" Tire is ideally suited to downhill or enduro riding or racing for those that crave extra-wide tires, and has become the favorite of pro's and average Joe's alike. With a lightweight construction, the Magic Mary weighs in less than the classic downhill, yet offers more versatility, protection, and reliability. With Schwalbe's SnakeSkin technology, the Magic Mary provides additional protection from wear and tear, punctures, and sidewall gashes. With their Tubeless Easy technology, the Magic Mary ADDIX Tire installs, removes, and seals quickly and easily.
The Schwalbe Magic Mary ADDIX 27.5" Mtb Tire is available in one width (2.65") but with two different compounds. The Speedgrip (Blue) is designed for speed and traction and works great in the rear, while the Soft (Orange) is an all-rounder that provides traction, damping, and speed while being ideal on the front.
- Gravity-oriented tire is suited for Downhill or Enduro.
- ADDIX Speedgrip provides superior grip and rolling characteristics, recommended for the rear.
- ADDIX Soft provides all-around traction, comfort, and speed, recommended for the front
- SnakeSkin protection fights wear and tear.
- Intermediate tread pattern grips in all terrains.
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The absolute mud queen!! Hands down my choice for wet, muddy conditions.
These are essential winter tires when we get rain in California. Nearly every trail is muddy, nasty, and challenging. Many trails are closed for days to dry out, but with these tires you are not sidelined. They will throw more mud, junk, and $ off than any other tire I've used. Highly recommend them.
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