1. Nitto Ridge Grappler
First up we have the Nitto Ridge Grappler. This has been our most popular tire to date and for good reason. The Ridge Grappler is a hybrid tire, meaning it combines the performance of an all-terrain and a mud tire into one. These tires are for the person that likes to go off-road on weekends but still needs to drive their truck to and from work. The Nitto Ridge Grappler, in particular, is built off of an all-terrain platform. The benefit of doing this is that since the tread isn't as aggressive as some other hybrid tires, you won't hear as much road noise. This can make all the difference when choosing your next tire package because road noise can play a huge part in the overall satisfaction of your new tires.
2. Federal Couragia MT
Federal calls it their ultimate off-road tire designed to conquer the impossible. We can't make that claim but this tire does have a loyal following for its amazing price, tough look, and hardened material that conquer challenges on the trail. Its aggressive block and shoulder lug offer awesome traction on dirt, rock, mud, and gravel. Federal boasts the sloped radius gradient or SRG block design that helps keep the block stiff and enhances traction. This tire is one of the stiffest out there and that makes for masterful handling in the mud and dirt but it does create some road hum when on the pavement. The Federal Couragia MT is one of the best-selling mid-range tires in the industry and it's easy to see why.
3. Nitto Terra Grappler G2
The Nitto Terra Grappler G2 is a great all-terrain tire for those who enjoy a little off-roading on the weekends. The tread blocks on this tire aren't too large which helps combat road noise and allows more room for tread voids. There is even, tight spacing in the center of the Terra Grappler G2 which helps extract water and stones to give you the most possible grip. You can also see quite a bit of siping which will help with snow traction by picking up small amounts of snow and keeping them in the tire. This would be perfect for someone that wants a great performing all-season that isn't too aggressive.
4. Atturo Trail Blade XT
The Atturo Trail Blade XT is a hybrid tire that has a subtle design. It appears more narrow due to the sidewall design having angled shoulder blocks. The tread pattern has smaller center blocks which help with wear and the lifespan of the tire, while the outside blocks are more aggressive and can help you get through the mud or snow. If you're wanting a good all-around tire that doesn't have a ton of aggressive styling, the Atturo Trail Blade XT is a great choice!
Kanati Mud Hog
As the name states, the Kanati Mud Hog is a mud tire which means it's going to be one of the most aggressive tires on this list. The Mud Hog has large tread blocks that give it the traction it needs. There are also huge tread voids so there won't be much getting stuck in these tires. If you're going to do some serious off-roading, these might be the perfect tires for you. However, it's important to note that because this is a mud tire, it will be pretty loud going down the highway so make sure that if you want a set of Kanati Mud Hogs you plan out your trips accordingly.