Toyo Open Country A/T II is an All-Terrain tire designed to fit pickup trucks and vans , currently available in 21 tire sizes, with the lowest price starting from $208.96.
All-terrain tires offer good performance both on and off the road. All-terrain tires are tougher than highway tires at the expense of some ride comfort. All-terrain tires feature multifaceted tread blocks for reliable off-road traction. Branded with the Mud and Snow symbol, all-terrain tires provide all-season versatility, including traction on winter roads.
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Toyo Open Country A/T II tire features aggressive looks that are backed up with excellent all-terrain traction. The Open Country A/T II is designed for durability, off-road capability and ride comfort, in addition to confident performance in dry, wet and wintry conditions, including light snow. Utilizing a durable, all-terrain compound helps resist chipping and tearing while also providing long wear life. The aggressive pattern of the Open Country A/T II features deep tread grooves for traction in mud and snow, while stone-ejecting blocks help remove rocks from the tread to prevent drilling. The open pattern utilizes tie bars to stabilize the tread blocks for improved dry braking and handling, in addition to a reduction in irregular wear. Wide, circumferential and lateral grooves help evacuate water from the contact patch to enhance hydroplaning resistance, while polygonal blocks and zigzag sipes create hundreds of biting edges for traction in slippery conditions, in snow and on ice. Upper shoulder lugs are designed to provide traction in deep, loose terrain and during aired-down use, in addition to offering protection from punctures. Three distinct shoulder designs are available, based on tire construction and size. P-Metric and Metric sizes feature a mild-scalloped shoulder. LT-Metric and Flotation sizes utilize the standard-scalloped shoulder, and Xtreme sizes feature a deep-scalloped shoulder, in addition to deeper initial tread depths.