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SchwalbeHans Dampf Addix Tire - 27.5in

Sale $63.81 - $98.00

Item # SCH003C

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  • Snakeskin/Soft, 27.5x2.35 ($63.81)
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Item # SCH003C

Hans Dampf Addix Tire

Built with equal parts control and comfort to max out your fun, the Schwalbe Hans Dampf Addix 27.5in Tire is a jack-of-all-trades enduro tire that rolls with confidence over demanding terrain. The grippy Addix Soft compound delivers tons of traction and control when cornering at high speeds, while the lightweight, yet robust SnakeSkin and SuperGravity sidewall protection keeps you covered by enduring abuse on the trail, providing an easy fit, and featuring a tubeless-ready design. Not to mention the fact that the balanced tread pattern works effortlessly on both rough terrain and flowing single track, and sheds mud and dirt with ease.

  • Versatile, fast, and grippy enduro tire with tons of control
  • Addix Soft compound provide fast-rolling performance
  • SnakeSkin sidewall protection holds up against wear and tear
  • Balanced tread pattern rides anywhere and sheds loose mud easily

Tech Specs
CompoundAddix Soft
Size27.5 x 2.35in
Typeclincher, tubeless-ready
CasingTL Easy
ProtectionSnakeSkin, SuperGravity
Recommended Usedownhill, enduro, trail
Manufacturer Warrantylimited

Actual Weight

Snakeskin/Soft, 27.5x2.35
Super Gravity/Soft, 27.5x2.35

Claimed Weight

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    What do you think about this product?


    >Rating: 2

    Ok on hardpack surfaces

    I've put it through the wringer
    True to size

    Tire is adequate for hardpacked trails. Sidewalls hold up well in rocky descents. Understand its not a "mud tire" - in wet, muddy conditions it performs as if riding on ice. Same to be said for loose gravel. Unless you stick to the absolute best conditioned trails, I would look elsewhere.