Schwalbe Magic Mary Addix Tire - 29in

Schwalbe Magic Mary Addix Tire - 29in
Schwalbe Magic Mary Addix Tire - 29in
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Magic Mary Addix Tire - 29in by Schwalbe
A favorite among enduro and downhill riders, the Schwalbe Magic Mary Addix 29in Tire is far lighter than a classic downhill tire, yet still offers extreme lateral stability and reliable Snakebite protection. Its intermediate tread serves up maximum brake traction and corner grip, even on extremely muddy terrain, thanks to the robust shoulder studs and aggressive, open tread design. The innovative Addix Soft compound has impressively good rolling characteristics, and at the same time, outstanding damping, both of which are also evident at low temps.

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