If it was me I'd try 24 front and rear.
Then I'd try 29 front and rear.
I think this is kinda the sensible extremes. A bigger change to make it easier to feel.
See which you prefer and fine tune it from there.
If you feel no difference (I'm not very sensitive to some changes: maybe don't ride hard enough.) just run the recommended 29 f & R - safe, and easy on the tires.
FYI Husky recommends 29 F&R solo, and 29 f and 32 r with a passenger, with these tires. (145kg bike)