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Vittoria
Mazza XC-Trail 29in Tire

3.75 out of 5 stars
4 Reviews
Current price: $61.64 Original price: $89.99
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Mazza XC-Trail Tire

Vittoria put years of athlete feedback and technology to good use when crafting the Mazza XC-Trail, and it shows. This progressive tire raises the bar for mixed terrain with a defined center tread that’s siped to roll fast and oppose drifting in off-camber terrain, while stepped lugs on the outside bite in when things get loose.


Details

  • A progressive tire built for trail and XC domination
  • Siped lugs bite into off-camber terrain, keep you planted
  • Stepped leading edge reduces rolling resistance, boosts speed
  • Aggressive side lugs bite into loose corners with ease
  • 4C Graphene compound is supple, stable, and resists flats
  • Item #VITC03B
Compound
4C Graphene2.0
Size
29 x 2.4in, 29 x 2.6in
Type
TNT (tubeless ready)
TPI
120
Claimed Weight
[29 x 2.4in] 2lb 1.5oz (950g), [29 x 2.6in] 13.5oz (100g)
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Overall Rating

4 based on 4 ratings

Review Summary

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4 Stars - 1 reviews
5 Stars - 2 reviews

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1 out of 5 stars

November 10, 2022

Absolute Tire Failure

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Bought this bun after a lot research, looking for alternatives to my wobbly Maxxis DHF [which I have been running on the rear]. It seemed to fit the bill, so I went ahead and bought it. I had it sitting for a few months, until my DHF finally reached its end. I spooned it on less than a week ago and finally took it out for its maiden voyage this afternoon. 3 miles of climbing later, on the top of the ridge, it was time for the fun part. Not even 50-60 meters down the trail and BOOM! Cataclysmic blowout. I examined the tire trailside, and found a pretty large, L-shaped puncture between two tread blocks. The puncture was large enough that not even three bacon strips shoved in would seal it. This is my training loop, and I’ve ridden it probably 100+ times. Never had any kind of flat, anywhere. When the tire failed, I actually wandered back up the trail to see if there was any errant broken glass or some kind of litter anywhere. Was it possible? Surely. Was it likely? Probably not… it is a well-ridden trail and dozens of bikes are on it at some point every week. The area was rocky and loose, but it’s not like I was riding down a bunch of sharpened flint. Again, this is a trail with which I am very familiar, so it’s not like there is anything unexpected. Could it have been a rock? Maybe. Were my tires over/under inflated? Nope. I run my rear tire pretty firm… 26-28 lbs. Today was no different. Again, NEVER had a flat on this trail. I’m also running Huck Norris inserts, for good measure. I mean, it could just have been the perfect storm of circumstances… unsure. But in the end, it was a long walk back to the car. Looks like I’m going back to the old Maxxis wobble. I’ll take it over a big puncture any day. I don’t think I’ll trust a Vittoria anytime soon.

Ron A
Competitivecyclist.com

Originally reviewed on Competitivecyclist.com

Kyle KGearhead
5 out of 5 stars

December 17, 2020

Big Fan

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Height:
5' 8"
Weight:
170

I'm a big fan of Vittoria. I've been on the same 2 Morsa for oven a year. Ran the center tread gone on the rear. Not a single flat. Rarely had to add much air. I ride a lot. Multiple times a week here in SLC and Park City. So when it was time replace my tires, I went with the 2.4 Mazza in the front. I moved the Morsa in the front to the back and will replace it with another Morsa if they are not all gone soon. Grip is great on these. A nice front tire on my SB4.5c. This 2.4 mazza is a little narrower to the same width at best (brand new) as my 2.3 Morsa after 1 year.

5 out of 5 stars

September 25, 2020

So good!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Height:
6' 3"
Weight:
200

Been riding minions for too long, trying something new. These tires do not degrade in the same way as Maxxis, very important for me because I went through 3 rear tires this year. No cutaway wear under the supports, very limited wear all over after 300 miles of hard riding, grip is great on Utah loose over hard terrain. Running XC mazza front and rear on a 150/140 travel rig. No way around it, these tires have been much better. Price, durability, and not having to trash them after a few weeks of riding, 100% buy!

Terence D
4 out of 5 stars

July 14, 2020

Traction everywhere

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I've been riding this tire for a few months now and I am super happy with it. Yes, it does resemble another well known tire on the market, I can live with that. Overall, this tire rolls decently well for a large lugged tire. Cornering traction is excellent in all conditions I have encountered (hard pack, loose over hard, dust, gravel) and there is plenty of braking traction too. This tire is great as a front tire and would also work well as a rear for more aggressive riders. I wouldn't recommend this tire for an XC riding but it is perfect for trail and enduro style riding. The weight is inline with tires that have a similar construction. The trail casing is stiff and allows you to run low pressures without worrying about sidewall squirm while cornering. I find I run between 17-20 PSI depending on the trail conditions. If you dare to try new this is an excellent alternative to other more common tires on the market.

Dan B