Maxxis Minion DHF 3C MaxxTerra EXO+ Tire

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With a tread design that balances rolling speed with braking and cornering traction, the Maxxis Minion DHF 3C MaxxTerra EXO+ tire is ready to take on local trails or backcountry racing adventures.

  • Features

    • Directional ramped center knobs provide low rolling resistance
    • Minion signature channel-cut side knobs provide excellent cornering traction
    • 3C MaxxTerra compound is an intermediate triple compound configuration that offers improved traction, durable tread wear and less rolling resistance
    • EXO+ layer in the sidewalls offers medium-duty puncture protection, suitable for all-around trail riding
    • Durable 60 TPI casing helps ward off damage from rocks and roots
    • Small butyl insert around the bead protects the tire from pinch flats and helps prevent rim damage
    • Tubeless-ready tire must be mounted to a tubeless-compatible rim and use a liquid sealant in order to retain air
    • Tubeless-ready tires offer ability to run lower air pressures for improved traction, lower rolling resistance (compared to a tube-type tire) and decreased chance of flatting
    • Wide Trail (WT) size (27.5 x 2.5 in. only) is optimized for 35 mm inner width rims
    • Recommended to be used as a front-specific tire


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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Mountain Biking

    Wheel Size

    27.5 inches

    Tire Width

    27.5 IN x 2.5 IN: 2.5 inches

    27.5 IN x 2.6 IN: 2.6 inches

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    Thread Count Casing (tpi)

    60 threads per inch

    Tread Type

    Knobby Tread

    Bead Type


    Recommended Pressure (psi)

    27.5 IN x 2.5 IN: 50 pounds per square inch

    27.5 IN x 2.6 IN: 40 pounds per square inch


    27.5 IN x 2.5 IN: 1,086 grams

    27.5 IN x 2.6 IN: 1,082 grams

    Tire Type

    Tubeless Ready

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