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All-Terrain Tires

Go on- and off-road with excellent grip

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Goodyear’s all-terrain tires, also known as off-road tires, mud tires, or 4x4 tires, offer tough traction for both on- and off-road driving. If you drive in places where you face a variety of challenging road conditions, all-terrain tires might be right for you.

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The Benefits

  • Versatility

    All-terrain tires help offer traction for both on- and off-road driving, allowing you to go from highways to back roads at a moment’s notice.

  • Traction

    All-terrain tires are designed to help offer confident traction in tough conditions such as deep mud or snow.

  • Durability

    All-terrain tires are built with durability and strength in mind. Most Goodyear all-terrain tires utilize unique technologies that help make them more resistant to punctures and cuts.

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The Technologies

When you're looking for new tires, keep an eye out for these technologies in some of Goodyear's popular All-Terrain tires.

  • DuPont Kevlar® Layer

    An extra layer made with DuPont Kevlar enhances toughness and soaks up road noise.

  • DuPont Kevlar® Reinforced Sidewalls

    A sidewall that features DuPont Kevlar technology which helps increase resistance to cuts and punctures by 35%.**

  • Durawall Technology

    An exclusive technology that helps increase resistance to cuts and punctures on the sidewalls.

  • Wettrac® Technology

    An exclusive wet traction compound that helps improve traction on wet roads.

  • Wraparound Tread

    This tread design helps deliver sidewall traction in deep mud, sand and rocks.

For information on these and other Goodyear technologies, view the tire glossary

Comparing Tire Types

Before you decide which tire type is right for you, keep these key differences in mind.

  •  All-Terrain

    • Designed to: offer versatile traction for driving on various types of challenging roads.
    • Consider if: you’re looking for an aggressive tread pattern that can take you on and off-road.
  •  Fuel-Efficient
    • Designed to: reduce rolling resistance and help you save on gas.
    • Consider if: you’re looking for an all-season tire that can handle both wet and dry conditions while helping you save at the pump.
  •  Run On Flat
    • Designed to: help keep you driving in the event of a loss in inflation pressure (up to 50 miles at a top speed of 50 mph).
    • Consider if: your vehicle came with Run On Flat tires. Vehicles that came with Run On Flat tires as the original equipment tires should continue to use the Run On Flat technology.
  •  Sport Performance
    • Designed to: help with better handling on both dry and wet roads.
    • Consider if: you enjoy driving with precision and responsiveness.

Learn more about specific tire lines by comparing the features and prices of the tires that fit your vehicle.

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Helpful Resources

If you're still unsure, explore the links below.

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