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Schwalbe - Hans Dampf Addix Tire - 27.5 x 2.6

Schwalbe Hans Dampf Addix Tire - 27.5 x 2.6

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$82.40 Original price:$103.00
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    • Tanwall, SnakeSkin/Soft, 27.5x2.6
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    Tech Specs

    Addix SpeedGrip
    27.5 x 2.6in
    clicnher, tubeless-ready
    TL Easy Apex
    Recommended Use:
    downhill, enduro
    Manufacturer Warranty:

    Hans Dampf Addix Tire

    Striking that ideal balance of control and comfort, the Schwalbe Hans Dampf Addix 27.5 x 2.6in Tire is a do-it-all tire that confidently rolls over aggressive terrain. The grippy Addix SpeedGrip compound delivers tons of traction and control when cornering at high speeds, while the lightweight, yet robust SnakeSkin sidewall protection keeps you covered by enduring abuse on the trail, providing an easy fit, and featuring a tubeless-ready design. Plus, the balanced tread pattern works effortlessly on both rough terrain and flowing single track, and sheds mud and dirt with ease.

    • Control, performance, and versatility abound in this tire
    • Addix SpeedGrip compound ensures fast-rolling performance
    • SnakeSkin sidewall protection resists harsh abuse on the trail
    • Balanced tread pattern rides anywhere and sheds loose mud easily

    Going Back To Minion

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 27.5- 2.6

    I ran the older version on my 26" years ago and figured I'd give these a shot. I will be going back to Minions ASAP- Tested on Santa Cruz Bronson V3-In tight techy New England trails- Soft Tanwall version 2.6". Front 20psi/Rear 22psi w Cushcore rear only. Dry/Loose condish, they are just ok. The soft 2.6" feels a little drifty at speed. Also, even at 18-20 psi as soon as things get rowdy, they bounce and skid around. In wet conditions they are absolutely terrifying unless you hit wet roots perpendicular, you will slide sideways like on ice skates. Does not inspire confidence. I thought the soft compound would hook up better on rocks but NOPE. The Tan Walls do look sick though. Like I said, I will be going back to the Minion DHR and DHF- 2.6 -3C/EXO+/TR.

    Pisgah Tested

      Driftin, grippin, rippin, and dancin rubber! If they last- I’ve found the perfect tire for the types of terrain I ride the most. Wet, muddy, steep, and technical single track.