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Maxxis - Aggressor Wide Trail EXO/TR Tire - 29in

Maxxis Aggressor Wide Trail EXO/TR Tire - 29in

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$61.00 Original price:$65.00
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    Tech Specs

    Compound:
    dual-compound rubber
    Size:
    29 x 2.5in
    Type:
    tubeless-ready clincher
    TPI:
    60
    PSI:
    [maximum] 50
    Bead:
    foldable
    Claimed Weight:
    980g
    Recommended Use:
    enduro
    Manufacturer Warranty:
    limited

    Aggressor Wide Trail EXO/TR Tire

    Bumping up the width, the Aggressor Wide Trail EXO/TR 29in tire brings you the Aggressor you love, but with a bit of extra traction and plush feel for railing banked berms and sending it into loose rock gardens. With lugs extending further up the sidewall, and reliable EXO sidewall protection, you can book it down the trail in loose and dry conditions with the confidence of tacky hero dirt.

    You can run the Aggressor as a front or rear tire, seeing the softer side knobs provide tons of stability when leaning into corners, but without excess drag to slow you down, as the center uses a harder compound rubber for quick rolling. Its tread pattern lends its self towards loose and dusty trails, and medium-pack, making it an ideal summer tire for those of us who live in dustier places where the sun leaves trails bone-dry. Ultimately, the Aggressor is fun to play around with on a number of trail conditions, provided your trail isn't a mud pie from recent rainfall.

    The Wide Trail design on this particular Aggressor is designed for running rims ranging from 30 to 35 millimeters of inner-width, giving you shorter sidewalls for steering precision, correct knob spacing for railing corners with plentiful grip, and increased support for running lower pressures. This results in a tire that's built for the rigors of aggressive riders who desire better cornering grip and increased bump compliance, without worrying about losing support as they drop the air pressure.

    • Wide trail tires for total cornering control
    • Reinforced side lugs provide grip for railing corners
    • Dual compound with soft cornering knobs and hard center
    • Optimized for wider rims ranging from 30 to 35mm inner
    • 2.5in width allows you to drop your pressure for plush feel
    • Ideal for dusty and loose conditions on sun-baked trails

    Aggressor 29

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 29"

    Bought this to replace the same tire on my Ibis Ripmo. Good traction in most conditions, not too much rolling resistance. And durable, it gets a lot of abuse between the granite rocks and oak roots here in New England. Not very grippy on wet roots, but haven't found a tire that is.
    Looked at other options when I needed a replacement but this hits the sweet spot for me: price, weight, and traction.
    Using on the rear, works great for me.

    Maxxis Agressor 29

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Came stock on Yeti SB 100. Very grippy for rear tire, but too heavy. No acceleration. Was great in mud paired with Minion DHF, but feels like a heavy work boot, not a rear mtb tire. Switching our for Schwalbe Racing Ralph.

    Noticeably faster rolling than DHR2

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    DHR2s came front and rear on my enduro bike. I loved the grip, but couldn't tell if it was the tires, the bike in general, or waning fitness that was making the climbs drudgery. I swapped the rear DHR2 EXO for this Aggressor EXO and took almost 2 minutes off a 2 mile climb I ride frequently (at same perceived effort). Your results may vary, but it turned my enduro bike into a much more versatile machine. Now I can keep up with my trail bike riding friends on the climbs as well as run away and hide from them on the descents. On the dry "loose over hard" conditions we currently are experiencing, I haven't noticed much, if any, reduction in traction on the rear compared to the DHR2.

    Maxxis for some reason has his tire rolling slower than DHRII

    So Good

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    As others have mentioned, this tire is fantastic and my go-to tire as well. Good grip without feeling overly sluggish, and is really predictable when cornering traction may be scarce. Personally I prefer to run the 2.3 over the 2.5 since I think it rolls a bit better, the 2.5in is only 80g heavier than the 2.3 though.

    Wide EXO/TR 2.5/29 weighed in at 960g new. Very nice tire. Thanks for the review!

    Fave rear

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Love this as a rear tire on my trail bike! Tried on the DH bike and def would not recommend but that’s just me. But the trail bike is money! Rolls smooth and hooks up when you want it too. Love the wide profile

    Grip For Days

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    There is a reason that this tire is becoming more commonly spec'd by bike companies. It simply works well. The low center knobs hold your speed but have enough tread to bring you to a stop. This is a solid choice for most all climates and riding conditions but it definitely excels in the dry.

    Run it on the rear

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Great tread and grip. I like to run this on the rear and maybe a DHF up front. Love Maxxis tires for riding around Utah. Super durable and strong!

    Good tread, not too durable

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I love the tread design of this, great traction, rolls well, very predictable. But my current one isn't very old and already has a few knobs about to tear off. I guess to just corner too hard.

    Great Traction

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I really like the bite as a rear tire. It was solid in corners that I could count on. I've rode about 150 miles of mixed surface. The down side is not durable. I cut it down on a rocky ride and won't run tubeless any longer. Backcountry did work with me to get another tire I upgraded to the DoubleDown.