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Goodyear Wrangler All-Terrain - Adventure With Kevlar

Wrangler All Terrain Adventure Tires Test
Chris Rogers | Writer
Posted February 14, 2014
Photographers: Off-Road Staff

The weekend explorer's choice

With almost one-fifth of all replacement tire sales now being all-terrain tires, tire manufacturers are starting to put more time and research into this segment of the tire market. The result has been improved tire performance and more models of all-terrain tires to choose from.

Seeing the growing all-terrain market, Goodyear further specialized its Wrangler off-road tire line, adding the Wrangler All-Terrain Adventure as a mid-level all-terrain tire below the Wrangler Duratrac. Goodyear sees this tire as a choice for a contractor’s work truck, the Xterra weekend warrior owner, and the SUV driver who lives in a snowy climate.

It is not a dedicated off-road tire, but the Wrangler All-Terrain Adventure can handle a fair amount of dirt, snow, and ice. It features a long-lasting tread compound and has a 60,000-mile-life limited warranty. On top of that, it’s built with Durawall sidewall technology and features a layer of Kevlar in the tread plies, just like its more extreme big brother, the Wrangler MT/R with Kevlar.

Is the Adventure with Kevlar the right tire for your long-arm Jeep rock crawler? Probably not, but it will be the perfect replacement tire on your Super Duty, Tahoe, or 4Runner that you drive every day.


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