Free Standard Shipping for Orders Over $50
Home Page

Detail Images

Current Color

Maxxis Minion DHR II 3C/Double Down/TR Tire - 29in

10% Off
sale $81.00 Original price:$90.00

Select Style & Size

  • Maxx Grip 3C/DD/WT, 29x2.4
    sale $81.00
  • 3C/Double Down/TR, 29x2.3
    sale $81.00

Free Shipping on orders over $50*

Gripper.

Whether you're rolling loose, floaty trails or fast-rolling hardpack, the Maxxis Minion DHR II 3C/Double Down/TR 29in Tire's versatility makes it a go-to choice for downhill and freeride adventures. The DHR borrows the shoulder lugs from its sibling, the DHF to take on a slightly wider stance than the original DHR. The center lugs, which were once completely separated, are now nearly joined for a bit of a paddle effect. Together these improvements mean better cornering and improved braking, especially in loose conditions.

Maxxis' Double Down dual-ply casing construction provides slightly heavier, downhill-worthy protection compared to EXO. While this does add a bit of weight, it makes up for that small compromise with increased durability through hard-charging runs and heart-dropping descents.

  • A burly 29-inch gravity tire that grips hard
  • 3C compound with rugged tread pattern
  • Double Down casing construction increases durability
  • Item #MXX005U

Compound
3C Maxx Terra
Size
29 x 2.3in
Type
tubeless-ready clincher
Casing
Double Down
TPI
120
PSI
[max] 60PSI
Bead
foldable
Claimed Weight
1040g
Recommended Use
gravity, freeride
Manufacturer Warranty
limited

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?

View

>Rating: 5

Enduro ripper

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Excellent rear tire for my Slash. It is perfect for the mountains here in western Virginia and West Virginia. Excellent in rocks and roots, the super tough Double Down sidewalls are worth their weight.

>Rating: 5

shred the gnar

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

This tire works well in most terrain. I have not tried in muddy conditions. I mainly ride So Cal hard pack. Its filled with sharp rocks and stuff to pinch your side wall. Just returned from mammoth mountain and it performed well in the mammoth pumice powder and hard pack sections. Plenty of grip.

>Rating: 4

Excellent grip, super durable casing

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

The DHR II is a great rear tire for all conditions. It has great braking traction and the prominent side knobs offering excellent cornering grip. Traction breaks predictably. This is the Double Down casing. It is thicker and tougher than the EXO casing. It's ideal for aggressive riders and rough terrain. It takes a lot to puncture or slice these. I haven't managed to do it yet running tubeless setup at 26-29 psi. With this level of protection there is a weight penalty. Very worth it in my opinion. We have lots of rocks and high speed trails here in Utah and the Maxxis Double Down casing is the way to go. The thing that kept me from giving a 5 star rating is that the 3C compound wears somewhat quickly as a rear tire. The grip is unbeatable but if you want longer life go with the Dual Compound rubber instead of 3C.

>Rating:

Can someone confirm the specs on the 2.4wt DD tire please? According to the Maxxis site a 2.4wt DD in Maxx Grip isn't a thing, it'd either be a DH casing or non Maxx grip