The SEMA show in Las Vegas is filled with some of the crazier off-road builds that we see all year. What is one thing these 4x4s have in common? Tires! The rigs we drive all wear some sort of rubber shoes, and SEMA might as well be the shoe store. We spent a day stalking the aisles and finding the newest rubbers of SEMA 2017.
The Deegan 38 is out now in three new sizes. 35x12.50 tire is available for 15-, 17-, and 18-inch wheels, in load ranges C and D.
Mickey Thompson released the Extreme Country tire in 4 new floaty sizes including 35-inch and 37-inch varieties, both in load range D.
Firestone’s Destination M/T 2 tire is perfect for mud, dust, snow, and highway driving, and is now out on the shelves.
Atturo Tire really cuts into the dirt with the Trail Blade Boss tire. The tread pattern grabs onto your attention just as much as it grabs onto the trail, with an assortment of knife blade-shaped tread blocks.
Nexen rolls into the off-road tire scene with the Roadian MTX. This tire boldly wears two different sidewall tread patterns, so you can switch up the look of your tire. Available in 35 sizes up to 37 inches.
The General Grabber ATX is a sturdy all-terrain tire rumored to have exceptional road manners mirroring its performance off-road and in the snow.
Fury brought the Country Hunter M/T to SEMA this year with a lineup of rubber 33- to 40-inches, fitting 20- to 24-inch wheels