Selecting the right type of tire depends on the type of vehicle, terrain, and style of riding.- Always refer back to vehicle owner’s manual for tire size and load recommendation.
DIRT - Sport racing XC tires tend to have smaller tread block and softer rubber compound for better traction and acceleration.
MUD - Depending on how deep the mud is - Light, Medium, and Heavy lug pattern (These tires go from shallow, medium to deep treads)
DESERT CROSS TERRAIN - Comprised of a variety of terrains found in desert including obstacles like sand, hard pack, dirt, rocks, gravel and vegetation.
ALL TERRAIN - Designed for a variety of conditions, utility tires that can handle mud, dirt,sand, rocks, and trails; these tires normally have open tread design, with durable sidewall, and higher ply rating.
SAND - Paddle tires are for Sand Dunes and have ability to propel you forward and carve through the sand.
HARDPACK - Can vary from asphalt to hard clay, and dirt.
Sport ATV - Can be equipped with a wide variety of tread patterns and sizeswith proper fit being determined by engine size, riding style, and
type of terrain that you will be covering.
Utility ATV - Normally requires a more durable tire based on vehicles load requirement and usage.
UTV / Side X Side - Usually require larger tires with higher load capacity and tread pattern is determined by how vehicle will be used.