The only thing nagging at you since you upgraded to your shiny new plus-sized frame has been what to do with your beloved stable of Maxxis tires. Tire loyalty is a real thing, but fortunately, your favorite brand already knows that. Grab the Minion DHF 3C/EXO/TR 27. 5 Plus Tire and wrap it around your rims ASAP then get back out on the trails. Whether you're sending big, burly lines on your favorite singletrack or devouring real pow fat bike-style on winter trails, the Minion DHF brings the plus-sized plushness and stability you've come to expect from your new frame, along with the same confidence-inspiring grip you've always loved about it. As usual, the Minion's tall, square topography was created specifically for use up-front. Charge it with barreling through loose, unpredictable terrain and it'll greedily answer your calls every time. Maxxis lightens up the design by using its versatile 3C Maxx Terra compound for the tire's construction; with three different compounds, you gain grip and precision on corners, without entirely sacrificing low rolling resistance when you want to open it up on a straightaway. For protection on harsh, rocky lines, Maxxis' EXO protection acts as the Minion's invisible armor. This thin casing on the tire's interior beefs up the sidewalls without weighing you down, and as if that weren't enough, 120 TPI smooths out and lightens up your ride too.
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Maxxis Minion DHF 3C/EXO/TR Tire - 27.5 Plus
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