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the BEST ALL-TERRAIN TIRES

December 20, 2019

In this post, we will talk about the 5 best all-terrain tires. We chose these all-terrain truck tires because they perform well, they’re popular, and people love them. 


What are All-Terrain Tires?

To give you some background, all terrain tires are the least aggressive tires besides highway tires. They’re designed for highway driving and the occasional non-extreme off-road adventure. You’re sacrificing a little comfort, noise, and on-road traction to gain off-road capability. All terrain tires are characterized by multifaceted tread blocks and the M+S symbol that shows the tires’ ability to provide 4-season performance.


The 5 truck tire brands listed below aren’t ranked in any order. Different tires will suit your tastes depending on your preferences in budget. Let’s look at the tires! 


1. Falken WildPeak A/T3W

The Falken WildPeak A/T3W is a great tire that delivers both on and off road. These Falken Tires have a lot of siping on the shoulder blocks, with a tighter tread pattern in the center of the tire to reduce road noise.


The design of the tire makes the WildPeak A/T3Ws great for driving in the snow. The tire is around 33” tall and 11 ⅛” wide. The Falken WildPeak A/T3W is a 10-ply tire and Load range E with a 122 load index. The truck is good for 3,000 pounds at maximum pressure. You can expect the tires to run for 45,000 to 50,000 miles with proper rotations.


There is no mileage warranty, which is a drawback. The tires are affordable at $1,200.


Falken WildPeak A/T3W Images from our Gallery & Store


2. Toyo Open Country AT2

The Toyo Open Country AT2 is one of the more popular all terrain tires. The tread design of these Toyo Tires has a lot more spacing compared to the WildPeak A/T3W. The shoulder block is smaller, but it has a more aggressive and angular look. These tires will provide solid off-road performance, especially in gravel terrain.


The biggest drawback of the tires is the unaggressive sidewalls. The AT2s are 10-ply and Load Range E with a 122 load index, good for a maximum load of 3,300 pounds. The tires are more expensive at around $1,400, but they’re made in the USA which is a plus.


Toyo Open Country AT2 Photos from our Gallery & Store


3. Nitto Terra Grappler G2

Nitto Terra Grappler G2 is another fantastic all terrain tire comparable to the Open Country AT2. The Nitto Tires G2 has even spacing, less siping, and is a little tighter than the AT2. The sidewall has an aggressive and streamlined look. 


The tire is 10-ply and Load Range E with a 122 load index to pull 3,300 pounds. The Nitto Terra Grappler G2 has a 50,000 mile warranty and costs $1,260.


Nitto Terra Grappler G2 Photos in our Gallery & Store


4. BFGoodrich TA KO2

The BFG TA KO2 is a solid tire. It’s so solid that BFG Tires have barely changed the design since the tire hit the market. There is a lack of siping on the tires, which negatively affects their off-road performance. It’s very aggressive with more grooves and surface area, providing great grip in mud. The aggressive sidewall is a big plus.


The downside is that the tire is only 8-ply and Load Range D, with a 122 load index and a 2,800 pound capacity. There is no mileage warranty on the tire. The tire costs around $1,300. 


BFG TA KO2 Photos from our Gallery & Store


5. Atturo Trail Blade AT

Atturo designs affordable tires for truck enthusiasts. The Atturo Tires tread pattern of the tire is less aggressive than the other ones on this list, but they’re still great for highway driving. The Atturo Trail Blade AT tire has lots of siping. It will ride well in the snow and over the water because of its water evacuation channels. The sidewall is basic, and the tire is narrow at 10.5”. 


The tire has no listed load range and a 115 load index, good to carry around 2,600 pounds. It’s not the best tire for heavy-duty trucks. You’ll want to rotate the tires every 3,000 miles because there’s no mileage warranty. The price point is the biggest advantage of the tire at $600. 


Atturo Trail Blade AT Photos from our Gallery & Store