Live in the mountains of PA. Most of the driving is paved & dirt roads. Best snow tire I ever purchased. Great on muddy roads and wet pav...
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- Would you buy again?97%
- Dry4.5 out of 5
- Wet4.5 out of 5
- Winter4.8 out of 5
- Comfort4.4 out of 5
- Noise4.0 out of 5
- Treadwear4.3 out of 5
Best winter tire out there.Price is fantastic.
This review is mostly about Simple Tire. The General Altimax Arctic are excellent snow tires, rated second best in the world , only Hakka...
Great tires, reasonable price.
love these tires so far i have them on the rear of my 07 ford dually great in snow and rain
I bought the tires for my sons "beater" for the winter, couldn't have chosen a better tire. He loves them and said they were better than...
These tires have proved to be a great purchase over the last 2+ years! I will definitely be buying these again in the spring
The General Altimax Arctic is a studdable winter tire specially designed for drivers who are looking for superior wintertime traction, stability, and reliable handling. Ideal for coupes, sedans, minivans, and crossovers, the General Altimax Arctic performs best during low temperatures especially since it is molded to accommodate metal studs which are optional to add upon use. It features an all-weather dual tread compound which further enhances its performance in cold and wet weather. The tread design has a directional pattern combined with a center stability rib to provide straight-line stability on roads that are dry. It also has the ability to evacuate water efficiently while increasing resistance to hydroplaning when driving on roads that are wet and slush-covered. To further enhance this is the high-density siping which gives it superior traction during acceleration, cornering, and braking. To get the most out of the General Altimax Arctic, it is recommended to use it in sets of four.