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    If you’ve ever had to drive on a road that’s covered with a sheet of ice, or slush that froze over and turned into a lumpy icy road, then you know that all-season tires are just going to have you slipping and sliding around. Worse still, chances are that even winter tires can’t get the job done for you.

    For that kind of extreme, hazardous road condition, the only thing for it is going to be studded tires. Studded tires are really hard on pavement surfaces and aren’t legal in all states (and are only legal in certain months in others), so you should always check with your state laws before making that decision.

    The Atturo AW730 Ice is a great option for light trucks, SUVs, and crossovers, if that's your situation – this is a tire that’s packed with features for winter driving and is pre-drilled for easy installation of studs to get you through the roughest winter conditions safely.

    But you shouldn’t just take our word for it – let’s go in for a closer look with this Atturo AW730 Ice review.

    Features and Benefits

    Here’s just a few of the features that make the Atturo winter tire a strong performer and a great value:

    • Silica-enriched tread formulation stays flexible and pliable in subfreezing weather for enhanced winter traction
    • Aggressive directional tread pattern with circumferential and angled grooves that direct snow and slush away from the tire’s contact patch to resist hydroplaning effect
    • Deep notches at shoulder divert slush and snow away and boost lateral traction for cornering and braking performance
    • Dense pattern of fine wave-shaped sipes, providing thousands of extra biting edges to dig into snow or ice
    • Pre-drilled for easy installation of studs, where permitted, in case of severe winter weather
    • Three Peak Mountain Snowflake certified for use in severe winter weather conditions
    • Affordable price point

    Pros and Cons

    So, is this the right winter tire for your ride and budget? Before you decide, let’s look at the tire’s strengths:


    • Phenomenal traction and handling on snow and ice
    • Braking and cornering performance are consistent and predictable
    • Comfortable ride quality
    • Affordable
    • Can be pinned with studs, where permitted, to enhance traction in severe winter weather conditions


    • Cannot be used when temperatures are consistently above 45 degrees Fahrenheit
    • Some reports are that the Atturo AW730 Ice is noisy on certain road surfaces

    SimpleTire’s view on Atturo AW730 Ice tires

    When it comes to the worst kinds of winter weather, there’s nothing like a set of winter tires that are studdable, meaning they’re pre-drilled so a technician can easily insert studs for enhanced traction. That’s what you get with the Atturo AW730 Ice. Its silica-enriched tread formulation is designed for flexibility and long wear in winter conditions, and the combination of an aggressive directional winter tread, dense wave-shaped sipes and wide, deep grooves all work together to deliver impressive traction in snow and slush. The Atturo AW730 Ice is also designed for ride comfort and road manners, with a casing and internal design that isolate vibrations and bumps from the passengers and driver. It’s also worth noting that the Atturo AW730 Ice is available in a wide range of sizes for various fitments, making it a pretty versatile studdable winter tire.

    As for the cons listed above, the Atturo AW730 isn’t an all-season tire – it’s designed specifically as a winter tire and its softer tread compound will wear prematurely in warmer weather. Tire manufacturers advise against using any winter tire if temperatures are above 40-45 degrees. Likewise, noise is typically a trade-off for traction and handling with winter tires, and that’s especially true when a tire is pinned with studs.

    Vehicles Atturo AW730 Ice is a good replacement tire for

    Consider this Atturo tire to help you through winter weather if you drive a:

    • Cadillac Escalade
    • Chevrolet Silverado 1500
    • Dodge Durango
    • Ford Expedition
    • GMC Yukon
    • Hyundai Santa Fe
    • Honda Ridgeline
    • Jeep Gladiator
    • Nissan Pathfinder
    • RAM 2500
    • Toyota 4Runner












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    Dodge Durango 2015 R/T
    Verified Customer
    Jan 27, 2022

    I recommend these tires because they are great quality tires at a reasonable price.

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