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Aggressor Double Down/TR 29in Tire

2 out of 5 stars
1 Review



Aggressor Double Down/TR Tire

Compared to its EXO sibling, the Maxxis Aggressor Double Down/TR 29in Tire hits the dirt with a beefier casing to confidently weather all manner of fast, rowdy trail. The key difference between the two is in the casing and overall weight. Maxxis' Double Down dual-ply casing construction provides slightly heavier, downhill-inspired protection than EXO and boasts a TPI of 120 compared to the EXO's 60. While this does add a bit of weight, clocking in at just over 1000 grams, Double Down makes up for that with increased durability to weather the miles.

The knobby tread design features hard edges and reinforced side knobs to grip through loose, unpredictable stretches of trail and keep you from washing out on tight corners. Take the Aggressors on smooth hardpack and they'll do just fine, but you'll really see them shine on the loosest, least consistent sections of trail.


  • A rugged 29er tire for that shines in loose conditions
  • Dual compound with rugged tread pattern
  • Double Down casing construction increases durability
  • Item #MXX005D
29 x 2.3 in
tubeless-ready clincher
[maximum PSI] 60
Claimed Weight
2lb 7.3oz (1115g)
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2 out of 5 stars

July 24, 2020

mounting issues

This DD version of the Aggressor tire has been the most difficult to mount and I have mounted many tires over 35 years of riding. These tires are compatible with my Bontrager rims but are hard to mount due to the rim tape. Anyway, after hours of wrestling I got them on the rim only to have them peel off after 6 miles of riding. Fortunately I did`t wreck or damage my carbon rims. The bead must have been slightly damaged during install. Trying to mount them again they would simply pop off the rim during inflation. Now I have a new tire that I cannot use on my Trek Fuel EX and is likely unusable on other rims.

Fred D

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com