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Top 5 Best All-Terrain Truck Tires for 2019

July 13, 2019

When looking for tires, the options available can be overwhelming. Now before we jump into all of this, let’s break it down. You have your All-Terrain tires, which are one of the least aggressive options. A step up from there are your Hybrid tires, which are a combination of All-Terrain and Mud tires. Then lastly, you have Mud tires which are the most aggressive off-road tires. 


But here we will be discussing All-Terrain, the best of the best to do a little bit of everything. Meant for those that do frequent paved road driving, but every so often find themselves down a gravel path. Now let’s get into what really matters, what are the best tires to take on this challenge?


Falken Wildpeak AT3W 


The Falken Wildpeak AT3W is a great tire for someone looking to drive their truck in any weather. The Wildpeak AT3W combines aggressive off-road capability and rugged terrain driving without compromising pavement ability. This tire performs well in conditions from severe snow to dry due to its siping patterns and deep tread depth. Due to the pattern of its tread, there is minimal road noise which makes it great for everyday driving. The Wildpeak AT3W is a Load Range E with a 121 Load Index. 

Available Sizes: Diameter 15”-20”, Height 13.5”-54”, Width 7”-21”

Approx Price Point: $600-$1700


Toyo Tires Open Country ATII


The Toyo Open Country ATII is the only tire in this lineup that is made in the United States and is one of the truck world’s most well-known tires. This is one of the most aggressive tires in the lineup due to more tread spacing and angular designs and cuts. This tire is best for someone who finds themselves doing a bit more gravel road traveling with the only downside being the lack of sidewall aggression,is a trend for All-Terrain tires. Toyo also offers a 50,000 mile warranty. The Open Country ATII is a Load Range E with a 122 Load Index. 

Available Sizes: Diameter 15”-22”, Height 13.5”-54”, Width 7”-21”

Approx Price Point: $600-$2400



Nitto Terra Grappler G2


The Nitto Terra Grappler G2 is similar to the Toyo Open Country ATII. The Terra Grappler has more even spacing in its tread pattern with angular siping. This tire is designed to meet everyday on and off road adventures, whether that’s commuting, towing a trailer, or headed down a gravel trail. The Terra Grappler G2 doesn’t have a very aggressive sidewall, per usual for All-Terrain tires. Nitto offers a 50,000 mile warranty on this tire, and is a Load Range E with a 122 Load Index. 

Available Sizes: Diameter 15”-24”, Height 13.5”-54”, Width 7”-21”

Approx Price Point: $700-$1900


BFGoodrich TA KO


The BFGoodrich TA KO has earned the nickname of the “Dad’s tire” because everyone’s Dad or Uncle has had this tire. The TA KO has big slice backs in the shoulder blocks which allows more surface area to get you through whatever you’re putting the tire through. Unlike the other tires in this category, BFGoodrich listened to the demands of an aggressive sidewall and delivered just that. ong time because it works, and we know it works because it comes factory on the Ford Raptor. There’s a lack of siping, which can be a downfall if its being used for all season purposes. The TA KO is a Load Range D with a 117 Load Index. 

Available Sizes: Diameter 15”-20”, Height 13.5”-54”, Width 7”-21”

Approx Price Point: $700-$2000


Atturo Tires Trail Blade AT


The Atturo Trail Blade AT has the lowest price in this list but it doesn’t sacrifice quality. The Trail Blade is meant for the person that drives their truck mostly on the street with mimal off road use. The siping and tread pattern allow for any condition driving and due to its less aggressive tread pattern, but the tire may appear narrower than others of the same size. The Trail Blade is a Load Index 115.

Available Sizes: Diameter 15”-20”, Height 13.5”-54”, Width 7”-21”

Approx Price Point: $500-$700