Pavement is optional with these versatile all-terrain tires. They offer over 40 percent more tread life than the leading competitors, a blatantly aggressive tread design, and a quiet ride. Their aggressive tread pattern offers good traction in bad conditions, on pavement or off. The all-new Open Country A/T II also comes with an industry-leading 65,000-mile.
These tires i have had on my jeep for almost a year. Put two new ones on the rear last year and had a set of used ones that came with my wheels up front. Minimal road nose, good ride and handling. Seemed to be okay in the snow, though we did not get much last year. No problems with wet traction taking off from a stop either like the Michelin i had before. Drove the jeep last week from NJ to Cleveland OH and back and was very satisfied. Will see how the long term treadwear is.
While working on a farm, these tires perform to to my every expectations. Great for transitioning for road surface to field. Not so great for starting on field surface (i.e. grass, alfalfa). Wears nicely, especially under while under goose neck trailer. Very little road noise, unlike the more aggressive treads. I have 40,000 on these "WORK HORSE" tires. There is still 50% tread. I would definately buy these tires again
The Toyo Tire company was founded in 1945 in Osaka, Japan as a manufacturer or everyday tires. In 1953 Toyo Tires built a factory in Itami, Japan. In 1966 the company established an U.S. headquarters during the U.S. auto boom. In the 2000's Toyo Tires entered the off-roading tire market with the very well received Open Country line. Open Country tires are manufactured in Toyo Tires' factory in Georgia. In 2012 Open Country was on the trucks driven by Robby Gordon who won the SSTD Grand Championship, Bj Baldwin who won the LOORS Pro 4 Championship and Kyle Leduc who wone the SCORE overall Championship. This same full line of winning Open Country tires is available to our customers. Shop Toyo Tires Now