I've ran these previously. If you like aggressive looks, awesome to incredible traction in all conditions, buy these Kanati Trail Hogs. I get about 30,000 miles rotating every 7000 miles, or 30,000 miles without rotating. My 325/60/20 Trail Hogs are twins to a Duratrac, and cost what 1/3 less. These AT are aggressive looking in a 325/60/20 size. I typically run DOT legal offroad MT tires. I get annoyed, but am used to being questioned "aren't those noisy?". I get asked the same about the trail hogs. OMG, all modern mud tires made today aren't anywhere similar to the tires produced in the 70's that howled, whined, etc. I haven't ran a MT tire that is objectionably noisy in the least since the mid 90's. Yes, MT make some noise when compared to a horrible hwy tread that can barely move your vehicle on wet grass, much less a dusting snow, or trap you in a minor mud puddle. MT without siping definitely are a compromise on wet roads, or ice. If all you do is drive a truck and tow a trailer in the summer, a hwy tread is fine for you. All the tires I've ran last roughly 30,000 miles. I drive 3/4 ton Chevy trucks that are lifted with 35"+ tires. I currently have a tuned 2013 Duramax 2500HD Crew Cab. After all my tire testing with MT I find these AT to be one of the best compromise for me in looks, performance, and life. Simple Tire offered great prices, prompt delivery with updated tracking at a reasonable if not the best price on the web. I'll be back for more tires for my other and future vehicles!