Multi-Mile Arctic Claw Winter TXI Tire Reviews
(Based on 4 Reviews)
Bought these tires not knowing what to expect. Living in snow belt of Ohio the roads get pretty bad. Snow, slush, ice sometimes all in one day. I got these for my 93 f150. The past few winters its been quite a challenge getting to work early in the mornings. I am very pleased with these tires and drive with confidence and assurance. Actually like driving it now. The traction I have with these attic claws are phinaminal! My mechanic ordered these for me saying they were a wonderful aggressive tire and, he was correct. Very pleased and will continue getting these. Wish my wife's laccross had them as well. Next tire we buy for it will be attic claws. Can't say enough good things about them.
The tire I ordered was to match one that had been vandalized and which left me with three good tires not in need of replacement. I had no idea where she purchased them nor did I recognize the brand. I was pleased that SIMPLETIRE had no difficulty finding and shipping a match. The tires don't see much travel, being mostly a town car in a small mountain town in the Rockies. She finds comfort with them being studded and having an aggressive looking tread for use in our snow covered roads. They do seem to work well. So for not too much money we have a matched set on all 4 corners (after adding studs). SIMPLETIRE saved me money and solved a problem quickly. Well done.
I've been an auto tech for over 44 years, I have had Arctic Claw winter TXI tires for four winters, best tire for S-10 pick-up in winter. Minimal sliding, no getting stuck, and do not have to load the bed with extra weight, just drive with confidence. I'm not easy on my tires when driving and can be aggressive at times. I ask a lot of my tires, this my second set, but my first set lasted four winters. Soft rubber for good traction, stiff side wall for stability, also I fill my truck with fire wood and have a tendency to over load and this tire runs at a nice cool temperature at 60 mph. If you need a dedicated snow tire look no farther.
They're better than an average all-season tire in the snow (I live in Canada), but I should of bought a more expensive brand. I was on a budget and needed some winter tires and they're ok. Will upgrade next time around.