Willwrote a review of Maxxis Aggressor Wide Trail EXO/TR Tire - 29in on July 9, 2019
Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
DHR2s came front and rear on my enduro bike. I loved the grip, but couldn't tell if it was the tires, the bike in general, or waning fitness that was making the climbs drudgery. I swapped the rear DHR2 EXO for this Aggressor EXO and took almost 2 minutes off a 2 mile climb I ride frequently (at same perceived effort). Your results may vary, but it turned my enduro bike into a much more versatile machine. Now I can keep up with my trail bike riding friends on the climbs as well as run away and hide from them on the descents. On the dry "loose over hard" conditions we currently are experiencing, I haven't noticed much, if any, reduction in traction on the rear compared to the DHR2.