When it comes to off-roading tire preference has a lot to do with the driver as an individual, but most importantly what it can bring to your ride and your drive! That being said, with all the phenomenal tires out there on the market, what are some of the best for off-roading & driving on the pavement?
Best Tires For Your Off-Roading Vehicle
Interco Super Swamper TSL/Bogger Tire – These are some truly aggressive mud tires and are great for some serious off-roading in mud, dirt, sand, and on other loose surfaces. They are street legal and crossover to pavement pretty well, providing a stabilized ride. But they do tend to wear down quickly when used as an everyday tire, so these might be best for strictly off-road vehicles.
BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 All-Season Radial Tire – These tires offer solid off-road traction while still providing pavement stability. They are one of the most common tires among off-road enthusiasts and are known for their versatility. If you’re looking to hit up some seriously treacherous trails these might not be the tire for you. They work best for easy-moderate trails.
Mickey Thompson Baja Claw TTC Radial Tire – These are some serious tires for serious off-roaders. They provide GREAT traction and also sport broad contact patches so that they may not be the best but they definitely work for rock crawling.
Dick Cepek Extreme Country Tire – These tires have a great tread pattern for off-roading traction but they still work well for street/pavement use. And they have a great price point for what they bring to the table or your ride that is.
These are some of our favorite tires and brands, but like we said before it is based on the individual and their vehicle as well. Whatever tires you may choose, just make sure that they will work well for the types of trails you will be taking most frequently. Taking care of your tires is one very important part of vehicle maintenance.