Maxxis Shorty 3C MaxxTerra EXO Wide Trail Tire

Size: 29 IN x 2.4 IN
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When things get sloppy, this Maxxis Shorty 3C MaxxTerra EXO Wide Trail tire can keep you going. The knob layout is designed to improve wet traction, cornering performance and mud shedding abilities.

  • Features

    • Mid-spike tread pattern excels in loose and muddy conditions
    • Tall side knobs penetrate loose soil and mud to provide predictable, stable cornering
    • 3C MaxxTerra compound is an intermediate triple compound configuration that offers improved traction, better tread wear and less rolling resistance
    • EXO puncture protection is a cut- and abrasion-resistant material added to the sidewalls for enhanced durability
    • Wide Trail (WT) sizes are optimized for 35 mm inner width rims
    • 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
    • Recommended for dry and loose, or wet and sloppy conditions
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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Mountain Biking

    Wheel Size

    29 inches

    Tire Width

    2.4 inches

    Foldable Tires




    Thread Count Casing (tpi)

    60 threads per inch

    Tread Type

    Knobby Tread

    Bead Type


    Recommended Pressure (psi)

    40 pounds per square inch


    1,040 grams

    Tire Type

    Tubeless Ready

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