Off-Road Tires

If you own a pickup truck, a crossover or an SUV and love heading into the backcountry (or must go on construction sites), you might want to consider buying all-terrain, off-road of commercial tires. Depending on how you plan on using your vehicle, it might be beneficial to choose one of those types of tires. In order to help you make select a product that'll suit your needs, we came up with a list of the best tires in each category.

Best Off-Road Tires for Pickup Trucks, Crossovers and SUVs

Off-road tires (sometimes referred to as mud tires) are engineered to be driven in gravel, sand, mud and sometimes even in snow. Although they can be used on regular roads, this type of tire does not offer as much traction on the streets as they do in the trails. Moreover, they are not as quiet and fuel efficient as touring tires. Off-road tires are equipped with an aggressive tread pattern with deep grooves and large blocks. They are perfect for drivers who enjoy taking a trip off the beaten paths. To see which tires made it to the top, check out our Ratings section.

Best On/Off-Road Tires for Pickup Trucks, Crossovers and SUVs

Also known as all-terrain tires, this type of tire is designed to be driven on the road as well as off-road. They offer the same traction in mud, gravel, and sand as they do on regular roads. As their name suggests, no matter the type of terrain, they provide great handling. Note that the more their tread blocks are massive and spaced, the less fuel efficient and quiet they are. To see which tires made it to the top, check out our Ratings section.

Best Commercial Tires for Pickup Trucks, Crossovers and SUVs

This category of tire is meant for vehicles with a high load capacity. Commercial tires can be driven on virtually any type terrain and provide a good level of handling. Equipped with an aggressive tread pattern, they offer great traction in mud, gravel, dirt and sand as well as on regular roads. Tough and durable, these tires are built to satisfy the needs of commercial vehicle drivers. To see which tires made it to the top, check out our Ratings section.