Maxxis Ikon Dual Compound/EXO Wide Trail Tire - 29 x 2.6in

Maxxis Ikon Dual Compound/EXO Wide Trail Tire - 29 x 2.6in
Maxxis Ikon Dual Compound/EXO Wide Trail Tire - 29 x 2.6in
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Ikon Dual Compound/EXO Wide Trail Tire - 29 x 2.6in by Maxxis
The wide trail nature of the Maxxis Ikon 2. 6in sets it apart from its narrower siblings, allowing you to run wider inner widths and make use of added stability in corners and uneven trails. Maxxis uses its dual compound technology to reduce the rolling resistance and the effort of pushing a wider tire. Puncture resistance is delivered via the trusted EXO sidewall protection, so you can get away to more aggressive lines and the exhaustion-induced steering errors after hours of pushing hard on the trails. Dual compound increases cornering grip and improves rolling resistance.

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SKU: MXXE01Z
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