Today, we wanted to bring you some of our favorite tires!
Let's get right into it!
1. Kenda Klever RT
The Kenda Klever RT is a hybrid tire which means it combines the best of a mud tire and the best of an all-terrain tire into one.
We love this look of this tire with the sidewall design and siping because it somewhat resembles a race tire.
Where you'll really see this one shine is through the sand, dirt, and gravel thanks to the straight line siping.
The Kenda Klever RT has a manufacturer's warranty included along with load ranges all the way up to F!
For a 35/12.5/R20 the Klever RT comes in right under $900 which makes this a great bang for your buck tire.
2. Toyo Open Country AT II
This tire became so popular thanks to the amount of life you get out of it.
The Open Country AT II actually comes with a 65,000-mile warranty! That's a lot of miles for a tire!
The tread pattern on this tire is relatively aggressive and features enough spacing to throw rocks out in the event that they get stuck in the tire.
The AT II also has Z-shaped siping which will help a lot in inclement weather such as snow.
Pricing for the Toyo Open Country AT II depends on the load range but expect to spend right around $1500.
3. Toyo Open Country RT
This is probably our most popular Toyo tire.
This is a hybrid tire that has a good amount of spacing between the tread blocks so you won't have to worry about too many things getting stuck in your tires.
There is no extended tread onto the sidewall of the tire either like you see with more aggressive tires.
This is a great all-around tire, like most hybrids are.
The Open Country RT has a 45,000-mile warranty and will set you back about $1500.
4. Nitto Ridge Grappler
So the Ridge Grappler is another hybrid tire.
The goal here is Nitto wanted a tire that looks really aggressive and can go through the mud but it's not super loud on the highway and you still get good mileage out of it.
You'll see giant blocks on the outside to get through mud or to go through gravel.
They're not ideal for the snow just because there are so many big chunks of rubber.
Pricing for the Ridge Grappler is right around $1500.
5. Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac
The Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac is an absolute beast through rough elements.
It has plenty of rubber contact, siping, and tread voids to ensure that you can get through dirt, mud, snow, gravel, you name it.
The downfall of the Wrangler Duratrac is the noise. Because it has larger tread voids and is more of an aggressive tire, the Duratrac is louder than the others on this list.
But, if you want something that will perform really well off-road and in snow, this is a fantastic option.
Pricing for the Goodyear Wrangler Duratrac is at about $1600 a set.