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This is great info especially for riders who have not yet experienced all of these tire sizes or varied types of terrain. (Thanks for taking the time to post this Vik) FWIW I am a Krampus rider as well and 29+ tires have really made a big difference for me. While I love the look of even fatter tires, every time I hit the trail I feel like my 29+ tires are fat enough. I do see true fat tires being a better application for very loose/deep snady/snowy terrain. It is so cool to see these sizes evolving right in front of us these days. Where i live in central Texas there is no sand and no snow so + sized tires are a clear winner here. I have recently installed a cheap modified rockshox fork on my krampus which has also been great as well. While I still look for ways to lighten everything, I don’t know if I could go back to rigid. I had a chance to ride a lauf fork recently. WOW that thing is great. Considering trading one of my children for one. Another thing I like about 29+ is how much more forgiving they are while overlanding/off trail riding and encountering big rocks or holes that cannot be seen that would normally stop skinny tires in their tracks. 29+ just barrels through this stuff and makes it a great application for braving un-ridden terrain.