The Schwalbe Nobby Nic ADDIX 29" MTB Tire is an all-rounder that is designed for all terrains and all weather conditions. Providing the widest possible range of use, the Nobby Nic is suited for touring and all-mountain riding, for difficult cross-country tracks as well as technically challenging enduro trails.
The versatile tread design provides excellent traction and braking performance thanks to its special central stud arrangement. While large shoulder studs allow for excellent control on tricky trails and fast descents. Constructed from ADDIX Speedgrip, this universal compound provides an incredibly wide range of use with its tacky grip, durability, and absorption.
- Fast-riding trail tire with versatile traction and stability.
- Addix Speed compound is built for speed, grip, and durability.
- SnakeSkin protection adds tear-, puncture-, and abrasion-resistance.
- Tubeless Easy tech makes mounting and sealing a tubeless tire easy.
- Available in 2.60" width.
- Claimed weight: 810g.
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Game Changer for Trail Riders
Just switched from Maxis Minion DHF 2.5 to NN 2.6 (29er). What a difference on the climbs and just as sure footed on the decent. The main difference here is the weight and improved rolling resistance - WOW! Cannot believe what a difference there is. My first time descending and broke a record.
The Minion DHF is an awesome tire and cannot say enough good things - but if you are looking for something more geared to up and down without the sacrifice on the down this is the tire - period.
I ride hard packed with loose rock and rock garden terrain (Denver Front Range)
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