FIND THE RIGHT TIRE AND WHEEL COMBINATION FOR YOUR VEHICLE
What is the difference between all-season tires, all-weather tires, and winter tires?
Designed to provide traction in both dry and wet road conditions. They are ideal for spring, summer and fall. But below +7C, they lose traction.
Designed with a specialized compound that allows the rubber to remain flexible in cold temperatures to improve traction and grip.
A hybrid of all-season and winter tires. All-weather tires provide better winter performance than all-season tires, as well as great performance in mild winter conditions. They are well suited to regions where snowfall is minimal and temperatures approach 0°C.
Note that only winter and all-weather tires come with the Mountain Snowflake symbol on their sidewalls. This symbol indicates the tire has been designed for use in winter conditions.