Milestar Patagonia A/T Tire Reviews
(Based on 6 Reviews)
On Milestar Patagonia A/T TiresOn 01/13/2017 gave an Overall Rating of 4.50
Last update 1-13-17 so I was in the market for some new tires and I was on a Budget and searched for weeks. I wanted a 10 ply tire so just that brings the price up. I found these milestar patagonia A/T tires that looked descent and only $140 a tire. I search around and didn't find anything really on them other than their site. And a few people hear and there asking about them. The are rated for 50k miles and that's what I hope to get seeing I drive +/- 25k a year and would like to get two years out of a tire. So I pulled the trigger and got 2 all I need right now but will get 2 more at Christmas next month. I will keep an up date on these sense there is nothing really out there for them. I don't rotate as much as some of you guys do so keep that in mind driving as much as I do I would rotate them every other month so I do it about every 10k or when I notice something is a little off. So anyway here they are on. Like I said they look ok I wish I could of got a better tire but I don't mind these so far. Been on one day. [ATTACH=full]1331729[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=full]834892[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=full]834893[/ATTACH] First 500 miles The tires Are pretty quiet and ride smooth no different than the stock BF Goodrich in that category. And tonight I drive home in freezing rain with icy roads. They are better the the stock BFG's there there was a little slipping but it's ice, I'm happy with them so far 1000 miles With 1,000 miles on them I have driven in rain,freezing rain, dry, and dirt roads. So far I like the tires and they have been good in everything so far. 2500 miles 2,500 miles on them I think they are above average for all around "road/daily driver" so far 7500 7,500 mile mark and I am still pleased with the tires. They did great this winter an they feel good. I am starting I notice a little wear as well only in comparing new pictures from old. [ATTACH=full]1331742[/ATTACH] 10,000 tire rotation 10,000 miles in them! They are still smooth and quiet no real change at all. There is noticeable wear now compared to new when looking at the pictures. [ATTACH=full]1331749[/ATTACH] 15,000 15000 miles now and they are still going strong. Still just as quiet as new and performing well on wet roads dirt roads and dry pavement. All wear is even as well. It's been a hard year for a good review because we only had 3 small snow storms and not much rain this summer. Mostly pavement miles with some dry dirt roads [ATTACH=full]1331751[/ATTACH] 20,000 20k on them now and still running great! They are starting to get a little noise to them but they are still wearing normal and performing well. I'm getting close to around half tread. But still no change in the performance I took the truck about 20 miles into the woods on old logging roads the last 2-3 were pretty much a trail. Going through mud and water, and over rocks (some in the water that I couldn't see to avoid) and these held up great. This is why I got the 10 ply [ATTACH=full]1331760[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=full]1331761[/ATTACH] 23,000 tire rotation As I said in the first post I don't rotate as much as I should but I did around 10k and just did again around 23k at 20 they were still great but around 22-23k they started to get quite noisy. And I could start to see some wear in the inside of the tires. Within a week or two the noise was back to normal and ware was even. 25,000 Hit 25k a couple weeks ago. And still pleased it looks like a still have just over half tread left. not much different than 20k. The real test will be this winter. Looks like we are actually going to have one this year and with half tread it will be a little different than new tires and only 2-3 minor stormes last year. [ATTACH=full]1331766[/ATTACH] Dry pavement These are great on dry pavement, like any AT tire should. There quiet and responsive. And they ware we're well. I highly recommend them to the mostly pavement people that are looking to save a little money. Wet pavement These are exceptional on wet roads. They cut through puddles and rarely hydro plain most of the time I just feel a tug on the steering wheel. They have almost the same response as in dry roads. Dirt roads(logging roads) I actually love these on dirt they have been great. They are not affected by lots of Little Rock's The side walls hold up. And can still grab when the road turns to mostly grass. They also don't throw rocks which is a plus Mud I heavent seen much mud but 2-3 times I have been in a little bit maybe 30' of 10" ruts is the most I have seen. They did well. I wouldn't be able to give a very accurate review yet but I never needed 4 wheel drive. Snow So after a year with them I can finally give a good review in the snow. With 24-26k on them I have Been in some pretty big snow storms with no issues. I went through 27" of fresh snow in my 60' driveway I just went for it and made it. I have driven on roads with 5-6" of unplowed snow. Slush and about a half mile of a snowmobile trail. If any of you are looking for a winter tire I highly recommend these. (They are studable to) they have the ❄️ Logo on them to As for soft sand I don't think I'll ever see any so I can't speak on that.
On Milestar Patagonia A/T TiresOn 12/25/2016 gave an Overall Rating of 5.00
Great buy! Good price for a great product.
On Milestar Patagonia A/T TiresOn 10/27/2016 gave an Overall Rating of 3.50
For the first time ever I decided to put the white lettering facing out when I got the tires mounted. Big mistake, after 4 days the lettering turned very yellowish. (like nicotine stained color) Scrubbed them, bleached them. Nothing helps!
On Milestar Patagonia A/T TiresOn 03/08/2016 gave an Overall Rating of 4.50
Great tires. Look good.
On Milestar Patagonia A/T TiresOn 12/28/2015 gave an Overall Rating of 3.50
On Milestar Patagonia A/T TiresOn 09/29/2014 gave an Overall Rating of 3.50
Great traction and responsive handling, tread wear is amazing