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Light Truck / SUV - Highway Rib Summer
Heavy-duty tires designed to provide on-road traction in dry and wet conditions.
These heavy-duty light truck/SUV tires feature rib-type tread designs developed primarily for street and highway use. They emphasize even wear, low noise and good traction on dry and wet roads, but like all summer tires, are not intended to be driven in near-freezing temperatures, through snow or on ice.
Light Truck / SUV - Off-Road Max Traction
Your off-road challenges include deep mud, loose soil, slippery rock and the toughest trails.
These typically oversize tires feature aggressive tread lugs that bite into loose or muddy surfaces to provide maximum traction that helps propel the vehicle through muddy ruts and over slippery rocks. While many are branded with the M+S symbol and some are even pinned to accept optional metal studs to increase ice traction, their typical oversize applications, use of extra-large lugs and the absence of snow-biting sipes often challenges an Off-Road Maximum Traction tire's on-road wintertime traction in slush, packed snow and on ice.
Light Truck / SUV - On-/Off-Road All-Terrain
Your on-road and off-road travels include snow-covered roads, as well as gravel, stone, soil and sandy off-road trails.
These tires typically have as much capability off the road as they do on the road. They feature multifaceted tread blocks to help deliver traction in any direction on gravel roads and dirt trails, as well as are branded with the M+S symbol indicating their ability to provide all-season versatility, including traction in snow.
Light Truck / SUV - Commercial
Most commercial truck tires are specially designed for increased stability and long-distance driving. Moreover, many offer traction performance for all-weather conditions, including rain, snow, ice, and hot & dry roads.
Light Truck / SUV - Street/Sport Truck Summer
These wide, low profile and large rim diameter tires enhance a vehicle's looks and performance when used to replace most Original Equipment tires. They emphasize traction and handling in dry and wet conditions, but like all summer tires, are not intended to be driven in near-freezing temperatures, through snow or on ice.