Top 5 Best Hybrid Truck Tires For 2021
March 6, 2021
So you’re looking for a tire that can do it all. A tire that can take you through the mud and not get you stuck while also being great for daily driving. This is where Hybrid tires come into play.
Today we'll list the top 5 best hybrid tires for trucks so you can be sure to find the perfect one to fit your lifestyle in one easy-to-read place!
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What are Hybrid Tires?
If you're new to the truck world or just new to tires in general, then you may have never heard of a hybrid tire before. Instead of going deep into the details, here are some of the features of a hybrid:
- The aggressive look of a mud tire
- Performance of an all-terrain tire
- Great value all-around
The tires we review here, are 35 inches tall and 12.5 inches wide for a 20-inch wheel. This is one of our most popular sizes, so we figured it would be a great place to start for a comparison of our most popular Hybrid tires.
The Nitto Ridge Grappler is hands down our most recommended and popular Hybrid tire. The wet performance of this tire is better than its "sister", the Toyo Open Country, while being more capable in the snow. The tread pattern is packed tightly in the center to reduce noise while having large outer shoulder blocks to help with off-road performance.
Cool Feature: The Ridge Grappler has 2 different sidewalls. One side of the tire features a Baja-style side wall, which has aggressive big blocks, while the other side has stylish, angular cuts.
The Ridge Grappler in this size weighs 20 lbs and is offered in an E and F Load with a load index of 125, which is uncommon for a Hybrid tire. This makes the Ridge Grappler perfect for large pickup truck applications!
The Nitto Ridge Grappler comes in right around $1500 for a set.
See more Nitto Ridge Grappler photos in our gallery!
The Atturo Trail Blade XT is one of the least aggressive-looking tires in this lineup. It appears more narrow due to the sidewall design having angled shoulder blocks. The tread pattern has smaller center blocks that help with wear and the lifespan of the Trail Blade XT, while the outside blocks are more aggressive and can help you get through the mud or snow.
The sidewall is aggressive and there is quite a bit of extra rubber on the side, which is great for protection against any harsh conditions. The Trail Blade XT weighs 64 lbs and is offered in a Load Range E with a load index of 121. The Atturo Trail Blade XT is a great all-around tire and you can get a set for just over $1000 which is an absolute steal!
See more Atturo Trail Blade XT photos in our gallery!
The Fury Country Hunter RT is a newer tire and is taking the truck world by storm. The Country Hunter RT is the Hybrid version of their very popular Mud tire, the Country Hunter MT. The tread pattern has angular, aggressive shapes that are similar to those in its category. The spacing between the blocks is wide and even, which helps with the disbursement of water, snow, and mud.
The Country Hunter weighs 20 lbs and is offered in a Load Range F with a load index of 125. A set of Fury Country Hunter RT's will set you back around $1100 but we feel they are worth every penny!
See more Fury Country Hunter RT photos in our gallery!
The AMP Terrain Attack AT A is one we get a lot of questions about. Everyone wants to know if AMP is a solid brand or if the Terrain Attack AT A is a decent tire, and the answer to both questions is yes.
The Terrain Attack has a very similar tread pattern to the Fury Country Hunter RT. Both have very large, even spacing between the blocks. There is a decent amount of siping, which helps in wet conditions as well as snow, and the sidewall is aggressive. So if you're looking for that angry look, these tires will be sure to make that happen.
The Terrain Attack weighs 66 lbs and is offered in a Load Range E with a load index of 121. The AMP Terrain Attack AT A is a fantastic tire! What's even more fantastic is its price. You can pick up a set of these beasts for just over $1000!
See more Amp Terrain Attack AT A photos in our gallery!
The Toyo Open Country RT is the sister tire to the Nitto Ridge Grappler. In fact, they're even made in the same plant! The Open Country RT is built with no seams, it’s built-in once piece then the tread is stamped into the tire. The tread pattern is tighter in the center with large blocks on the outside with consistent spacing.
The sidewall is less aggressive than the rest of the tires on this list but typical for a Hybrid. So, if you want to go for a more subtle look, this may be the tire for you.
The Open Country weighs 72 lbs, is a Load Range E with a Load Index of 121. Where this tire really stands out is in its warranty. Toyo offers a 45,000-mile warranty for the Open Country RT! The Toyo Open Country RT's can be yours for a little over $1600. The most expensive on this list but we can't argue with that warranty!
See more Toyo Open Country RT photos in our gallery!
The Wrap Up
We hope you enjoyed our list of the best hybrid tires for trucks. There are so many options for tires out there that it can get a bit overwhelming at times. Don't worry. Custom Offsets has your back, always. We hope this list helped you narrow down your options and even find you the perfect set of hybrid tires to suit your needs!
No matter your style, we have something for you! Now go pick out your perfect tires and put them to the test! Stay rugged, stay lifted. Like always remember when you get a wheel and tire package you will get free shipping, mounting, and balancing. We also offer as low as 0% APR financing, so you can build now and pay later.
What do you think are the best tires? Let us know in the comments below!