Maxxis Wetscream Tyre

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Designed for smashing muddy downhill courses, the Maxxis Wetscream's main purpose is for competition use on maintained race tracks. As you'd expect with a mud tyre, the mud-shedding capabilities are second to none, while still proving immense amounts of grip due to the massive knobs!

Note: This is the V1 version of this tyre

DH Casing

  • Dual Ply: Also known as Downhill casing, this is 2 x 60TPI layers. It also has a Butyl insert stretching from the bead up the sidewall. This makes a huge difference in pinch flat protection, while also supporting the sidewall of the tyre.
  • 3c MaxxGrip: 3C MaxxGrip uses the softest rubber compounds to offer the ultimate in grip and slow rebound properties for unparalleled traction in downhill applications
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29 Inch
2.5 Inch
2 Ply DH WT
3C Maxx Grip
TR Kevlar Folding
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