Maxxis Minion DHF Trail Tubeless Mountain Tire (Black) (29") (2.5") (Folding) (Dual/EXO)

Maxxis Minion DHF Trail Tubeless Mountain Tire (Black) (29") (2.5")
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Tire Diameter | Tire Width:

  • 29" | 2.3"
  • 29" | 2.5"
  • 29" | 2.6"
  • 27.5" | 2.5"
  • 27.5" | 2.6"
  • 26" | 2.3"
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The standard by which all tires are judged. With a tread design that deftly balances rolling speed with braking and cornering traction, it's hard to find fault with the Minion DHF. That's probably why it's one of the most imitated tires in mountain biking. Whether riding local trails, a backcountry epic, racing enduro or World Cup downhill, there's a Minion DHF spec to meet your needs. The Minion DHF is available in trail, enduro, and downhill specs.

The most important part of a tire is arguably the rubber compound used within the tread and with Maxxis's Dual Compound you get two compounds that offer low rolling resistance and increased cornering grip.


  • The DHF is optimized for front tire use. Pair it with a DHR Tire for the ultimate mountain bike setup
  • EXO: Extremely cut-resistant and abrasion resistant material layer added to sidewalls 
  • TR: Tubeless Ready for increased traction and lower rolling resistance
  • WT: Wide Trail casing used on 2.5" and 2.6" models is optimized for 30 - 35mm inner width rims

Tire Type: Tubeless (Clincher)
Bead: Folding
Compound | Casing: Dual | EXO
TPI (Threads Per Inch): 60 TPI
Puncture Protection: Sidewall
Inflation: 50 PSI
Color: Black
Weight: 930g (29" | 2.3")

This product was added to our catalog on March 5, 2019

Verified Owner
Tuesday, Aug 25 2020 (11 months ago)
Maxxis Minion DHF Trail Tubeless Mountain Tire (Black) (29") (2.5")
I'm a little disappointed with this as a front tire. It's very sluggish under 30psi and it doesn't like sand or fine gravel at any tire pressure. Edge grip and braking grip are both excellent. I replaced it with a Schwalbe Nobby Nik, which is a much better front tire for my bike and conditions.