Our Top Choice
Cooper Tire Discoverer M+S Winter Tire
Cooper Tire is a well-known brand in the world of tires. The Discoverer M+S Winter Tire is made with Snow-Groove Technology for superior traction on ice and snow.
Outstanding ice and snow traction. Dry traction good as well. Low road noise.
Size only available for SUVs and light trucks.
General Tire AltiMAX Arctic Winter Tire
Being in business for over 10 decades says a lot about General Tires. The AltiMAX Arctic maintains good contact with road surfaces on both ice and snow.
Great traction in many road conditions. Comes with rows for optional metal studs. All-weather tread compound.
Isolated complaints of sidewall damage.
Bridgestone Blizzak Winter Tire
Founded in 1931, Bridgestone is in the forefront when it comes to tire innovation. The Blizzak Winter Tire is made to help commercial light trucks maneuver on snow and ice.
Good traction. More biting edges for better grip. Good stopping power.
A bit pricey because of high-end features.
Goodyear Ultra Grip Winter Tire
Goodyear is certainly a pioneer in the industry of winter tires. The Ultra Grip Winter Tire provides a strong grip and confident traction in slippery conditions.
Good stopping power. Multiple biting edges for better traction. Strong shoulder blocks for even tread wear.
No fit for commercial trucks.
Firestone Winterforce Winter Tire
Firestone opened its doors in 1900, supplying quality pneumatic tires for buggies and wagons. The Winterforce Winter Tire is designed for a comfortable ride and superior traction.
Good winter traction. Good value for the price. Wet grip. Comfortable ride.
A bit noisy.