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BUYER’S GUIDE: All-Terrain UTV Tires

Not only does just about every UTV sold today come with similar multiuse tires, they actually come with the same brand and model tire—the Maxxis Bighorn. Some manufacturers claim that their Maxxis Bighorn has been built specifically for them. Ten years ago, this was one of the best aftermarket tires you could buy for a UTV. Today, customers are way more specific with their tire needs, and it shows by the large number of tire offerings and even new tire companies coming to market. The following is a quick guide to what is new in all-terrain tire technology and sizes for the UTV segment. Study hard and stay tuned for a lot more tire testing in the coming issues of Dirt Wheels, as we are just as curious as you are to find the next best tire.


The Arisun Gear Buster is designed for those who like to traverse over boulders or any obstacle you may encounter on the trail. The rubber compound produces grip to pull you out of the gnarliest spots. This nondirectional tire features an eight-ply construction with high voids and large lugs. To help prevent punctures, abrasions and cuts is an Aramid-reinforced composite material sandwiched between two layers of nylon. To order your Arisun tires, give them a call at (714) 893-3311 or visit www.psatireandwheel.com.
26x10R12 ………..8-ply ……….$179.95
26x11R14 ………..8-ply ……….$189.95
28x10R14 ………..8-ply ……….$199.95
30x10R14 ………..8-ply ……….$205.95
30x10R15 ………..8-ply ……….$214.95


The AfterShock XD is designed with the desert racer and KOH drivers in mind. This tire features large, wavy tread blocks that are siped for grip over rocks and provide great traction through hardpack terrain. Shoulder bars offer excellent bite when the tire folds over obstacles. To help prevent punctures, abrasions and cuts is an Aramid-reinforced composite material sandwiched between two layers of nylon. To order your Arisun tires, give them a call at (714) 893-3311 or visit www.psatireandwheel.com.
28X10R14 ……….8-ply ……….$184.95
28X10R15 ……….8-ply ……….$189.95
30X10R14 ……….8-ply ……….$199.95
30X10R15 ……….8-ply ……….$214.95


The Bruiser XT is a multi-condition utility radial tire with large tread lugs and a wide footprint offering exceptional traction. Double rubber compound offers longer tread life. The new mountain shoulder design gives plenty of side bite when maneuvering over large boulders and off-camber terrain. Eight-ply construction offers great puncture protection. To order your Arisun tires, give them a call at (714) 893-3311 or visit www.psatireandwheel.com.
25x8R12 ………..8-ply ……….$124.95
25X10R12 ……….8-ply ……….$139.95
26X9R12 ………..8-ply ……….$135.95
26X10R12 ……….8-ply ……….$146.95
26X12R12 ……….8-ply ……….$163.95
28X10R14 ……….8-ply ……….$169.95
30X10R14 ……….8-ply ……….$195.95


The Radial Pro from AMS Tires is a directional radial tire that is DOT approved, featuring an eight-ply carcass and built-in rim guard. The tread consists of staggered V-shaped lugs and wrap over the edges of the tire to the sidewall. This tread pattern works well in all types of terrain, and the traction is very predictable and in control without that sliding-around feeling. AMS is the in-house brand for Parts Unlimited, and nearly all accessory shops carry their products. To order your AMS tires, visit them at www.amstires.com.
25X8R12 ………..8-ply ……….$112.95
25X10R12 ……….8-ply ……….$134.95
26X9R12 ………..8-ply ……….$128.95
26X11R12 ……….8-ply ……….$149.95
26X9R14 ………..8-ply ……….$128.95
26X11R14 ……….8-ply ……….$154.95
28X10R14 ……….8-ply ……….$161.95
30X10R14 ……….8-ply ……….$169.95


The KR2 is engineered with the race-proven CoreGard technology and is BFGoodrich’s first UTV-specific tire. This tire is designed for increased mobility and superior performance and traction in mud and loose and rocky soil. To order your BFGoodrich tires, give them a call at (800) Race-BFG or visit www.bfgoodrichtires.com.
30X9.50R15 …….$258


The CST Lobo tire is built to handle every type of terrain you can put under it. It features an eight-ply radial carcass designed specifically for durability, ride comfort and heavy loads from larger UTVs. Grabbing all the traction it can is done through aggressive shoulder knobs for exceptional cornering grip and straight-line stability. To order your Lobo tires, call (800) 245-4118 or visit www.csttires.com.
27X10R12 ……….8-ply ……….$193
27X10R14 ……….8-ply ……….$205
28X10R14 ……….8-ply ……….$209
28X10R15 ……….8-ply ……….$212
30X10R14 ……….8-ply ……….$220
29X9R15 ………..8-ply ……….$216
30X10R15 ……….8-ply ……….$223
32X10R14 ……….8-ply ……….$230
32X10R15 ……….8-ply ……….$235
32X10R16 ……….8-ply ……….$242


This radial, DOT-rated, eight-ply carcass tire offers superior traction in all terrains. The truck-style tread pattern cleans out very well when in muddy conditions, and the shoulder-tooth lugs grab and grip when you need it most. It is available in a variety of sizes for your ATV and UTV needs. Call (970) 241-4352 or visit www.cocomponents.com.
27X9R14 ………..8-ply ……….$146
27X11R14 ……….8-ply ……….$180
30X10R15 ……….8-ply ……….$199
31X10R14 ……….8-ply ……….$210


The Crawler XG 30-inch tire is designed for driving in rocks. The eight-ply construction and aggressive tread pattern offers great puncture resistance and traction. It weighs in at 39 pounds and has a load rating of 1330 pounds. The available size for the Crawler is 30x10R14. To order your Pro Armor tires, call (951) 3439270 or visit www.proarmor.com.
30X10R14 ……….8-ply ……….$219.95


and 8-PLY These new tires from DWT are offered in a run-flat or eight-ply carcass. The Moja-V are perfect for utility ATVs and UTVs with sizes ranging from 25×8-12 up to 30×10-14. The Moja-V offers a smooth and comfortable ride on hardpack surfaces and features a tight wraparound tread design. The multi-directional tread pattern works in forward or reverse, and a wide contact patch offers excellent traction in the toughest terrains and conditions. An aggressive tread design wraps around the edges and reinforces the sidewalls for superior protection and strength. To order your DWT tires, give them a call at (760) 758-5560 or visit www.dwtracing.com.
25X8R12 ………..8-ply ………$181.95
25X8R12 ………..run-flat ……$210.95
26X9R14 ………..8-ply ………$226.95
26X9R14 ………..run-flat ……$231.95
26X11R14 ……….8-ply ………$240.95
26X11R14 ……….run-flat ……$275.95
28X9R14 ………..8-ply ………$226.95
28X9R14 ………..run-flat ……$261.95
28X11R14 ……….8-ply ………$261.95
28X11R14 ……….run-flat ……$294.95
30X10R14 ……….8-ply ………$248.95
30X10R14 ……….run-flat ……$296.95


These 8-ply and 12-ply run-flat tires are DOT certified. They feature an aggressive, desert-style, multi-directional tread and a 1200-plus-pound inflated operational load rating. The run-flat was designed to go 50 miles at 40 mph devoid of air at 450 pounds per tire load. To order your RP Advanced tires, give them a call at (503) 434-9446 or visit them at www.rpadvancedmobilesystems.com.
27X9R14 ………..8-ply ………$199.99
27X11R14 ……….8-ply ………$209.99
27X9R14 ………..12-ply ……..$224.99
27X11R14 ……….12-ply ……..$234.99


The Kanati Mongrel from GBC Motorsports offers great traction with its off-road race-truck-inspired tread design. These eight-ply tires withstand the toughest terrain, offering a unique blend of traction, stability and durability. They are DOT-approved and are non-directional for unparalleled performance in all terrains. To order your GBC tires, give them a call at (714) 782-3060 or visit www.gbcmotorsports.com.
26X10R12 ……….8-ply ……….$175.17
27X9R12 ………..8-ply ……….$176.50
27X11R12 ……….8-ply ……….$192.80
27X9R14 ………..8-ply ……….$188.68
27X11R14 ……….8-ply ……….$204.31
28X10R14 ……….8-ply ……….$194.80
30X10R14 ……….8-ply ……….$210.77
32X10R14 ……….8-ply ……….$219.32
28X10R15 ……….8-ply ……….$201.40
30X10R15 ……….8-ply ……….$216.87
32X10R15 ……….8-ply ……….$227.36


The Kahuna tire is the newest allterrain DOT -approved tire developed by GMZ Race Products. It features an 8-ply radial construction, standard heavy-duty sidewall, and specially engineered rubber compound. This specific combination makes the Kahuna very strong with great handling. To order your GMZ tires, give them a call at (619) 244-5811 or visit www.gmzraceproducts.com.
30X10R14 ……….8-ply ……….$209.95
30X10R15 ……….8-ply ……….$219.95


The Cutthroat is a DOT-approved tire with an off-road race-truckinspired tread design. Features a sixply radial construction and a tighter tread pattern to help prevent punctures in between the tread lugs. This non-directional tire can be used on the front or rear, eliminating the need to carry two different-size spare tires. To order your GMZ tires, give them a call at (619) 244-5811 or visit www.gmzraceproducts.com.
28X10R14 ……….6-ply ……….$178.95


All-Terrain EXTRA LT/UTV DOT-LEGAL RADIAL The Growler All-Terrain Extra from Pit Bull are DOT-legal tires for your UTV. These tires are available in a 30x10R15 size and feature large tread blocks with rounded edges to help reduce tire wear and noise, and staggered center lugs to increase traction. Integrated sidewall protectors and rim guards hold up to the toughest sidewall abrasions and cuts you will put these tires through. Wide voids and sipes offer easy clean-out and reduce hydroplaning. These tires retail for $198.46. To order your Pit Bull tires, give them a call at (314) 621-8954 or visit www.pitbulltires.com.
30X10R15 ……….6-ply ……….$198.46


The Growler BG2.5s are a rugged, all-purpose, directional mud, snow, sand and rock ATV/UTV tire. The aggressive tread design offers a smooth ride on hardpacked roads. These six-ply tires feature a flexible yet strong rubber compound and extra-deep rim guards. Available sizes range from 25x8R12 up to 27x11R14 and the eight-ply 30x10R14. To order your Pit Bull tires, give them a call at (314) 621-8954 or visit www.pitbulltires.com.
AT25X8R12 ……6-ply ……….$101.15
AT25X10R12 …..6-ply ……….$121.07
AT26X9R12 ……6-ply ……….$118.99
AT26X11R12 …..6-ply ……….$133.35
AT27X9R12 ……6-ply ……….$140.71
AT27X11R12 …..6-ply ……….$152.24
AT26X9R14 ……6-ply ……….$122.06
AT26X11R14 …..6-ply ……….$139.50
AT27X9R14 ……6-ply ……….$139.44
AT27X11R14 …..6-ply ……….$159.94
AT30X10R14 …..8-ply ……….$184.99


The unique, multi-surface, nondirectional tread design improves traction and versatility. The eightply radial construction offers good puncture resistance. More openly spaced treads offer superb bite in all conditions. The 14-inch wheel diameter expands the wheel-style choices. New to the lineup of tire sizes is the 30x10R15 and 32x10R15. ITP has won multiple off-road championships with the Ultracross. To order your ITP tires, give them a call at (909) 390-1905 or visit www.itptires.com.
23X10R12 ……….8-ply ……….$110.43
27x10R12 ……….8-ply ……….$167.12
27X10R14 ……….8-ply ……….$169.84
28X10R12 ……….8-ply ……….$173.94
28X10R14 ……….8-ply ……….$171.06
29X9R14 ………..8-ply ……….$181.73
29X11R14 ……….8-ply ……….$201.31
29X10R15 ……….8-ply ……….$191.53
30X10R14 ……….8-ply ……….$192.45
30X10R15 ……….8-ply ……….$199.10
32X10R15 ……….8-ply ……….$211.20


The Bajacross from ITP is an eightply radial tire with wraparound and stepped lugs. An extended-life rubber compound and innovative overlapping tread pattern provide a smooth ride. ITP’s super-deep rim guard feature offers the best wheel-lip protection. To order your ITP tires, give them a call at (909) 390-1905 or visit www.itptires.com.
25X8R12 ………..8-ply ……….$137.18
25X10R12 ……….8-ply ……….$206.95
26X9R12 ………..8-ply ……….$206.20
26X11R12 ……….8-ply ……….$218.95
26X10R14 ……….8-ply ……….$164.35
26X11R14 ……….8-ply ……….$229.95
28X10R14 ……….8-ply ……….$173.67
30X10R14 ……….8-ply ……….$283.99


The Chicane RX tire from STI Tire and Wheel features a split-knob nondirectional tread design, durable eight-ply carcass, reinforced bead and lower sidewall, plus deep rim guard. This tire is DOT approved and can be used in states that allow on-highway use of UTVs. To order your tires, visit www.stitireandwheel.com.
28X10R14 ……….8-ply ……….$181.74
30X10R14 ……….8-ply ……….$213.54
30X10R15 ……….8-ply ……….$211.19
32X10R15 ……….8-ply ……….$237.36

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I think most car enthusiasts will agree – nothing beats a drive with an open roof. Listening to the noises of the engine and experiencing high G-forces is something that most car enthusiasts crave for. One of the best ways to have this experience is by driving a UTV.

These vehicles are specifically designed to let you enjoy driving on various surfaces. Sure, there are UTV’s designed for commercial purposes, and also ones for military purposes. However, we think that this article mostly applies to enthusiast drivers, who just bought a UTV to enjoy it during the weekend.

However, UTV vehicles are mostly designed for driving over rough terrain. You won’t see many UTV driving around on the streets, especially ones that attack corners like in a sports coupe. That’s a shame because, in our experience, UTVs can be super-fun to drive on pavement.

That is, of course, if you have the right tires attached. From the factory, UTVs usually comes with off-road tires, which will give you outstanding traction on slippery surfaces, but not much grip on the road. Luckily, you can easily change that by installing road-focused UTV tires.

The best UTV tires for pavement should be DOT-approved first. DOT means that the tires are approved by the Department of Transportation for use on public streets. Any tire that’s not DOT-approved can’t be legally used on the street. In other words, it’s designed only for off-road driving.

Then, the best UTV street tires should also give you enough grip and traction to enjoy driving. Tires with aggressive and deep tread patterns are out of the question here, simply because they have less road contact.

Tires with less aggressive tread designs will work much better and provide you with better traction for acceleration, higher grip in the corners, and stronger braking.

To help you find the best UTV tires for pavement in 2021, we will give you our list of the 10 best models. In that list, you will find DOT-approved tires that will elevate the street driving experience of your UTV, but also give you sufficient off-road traction over some lighter terrains.

If you’re new to UTV tires, after the list, you can find a buying guide, where we will explain all of the details. Let’s dig in.


Top 10 Best UTV Street Tires in 2021

1. SunF A021 TT Sport ATV UTV Dirt & Flat Track Tires

Best UTV Tires for Pavement

If there is one on-road UTV tire to rule them all, that is the SunF A021 TT. A quick look at the tread pattern on this tire immediately tells you that it will perform best on pavement – it looks almost like a high-performance tire!

On top of that, SunF made the tread from a medium rubber compound, which is also similar to high-performance tires.

All of that translates into outstanding handling on pavement. The SunF A021 TT is supremely responsive, providing the driver with direct steering and feeling of control.

The medium tread compound, paired with the large contact patch, elevates the grip and traction to levels that we didn’t know is possible in UTV tires. With a set of these tires on, your UTV will feel almost like a go-kart in the corners!

Another great advantage of the SunF A021 TT is that it works very well in rainy conditions. Yes, we know that you don’t drive your UTV when it rains that often, but in case it happens, you’ll know that you have tires that are completely safe.

With that said, the A021 TT works only on gravel and dirt, and possibly sand. Put it in deep mud, and it will quickly lose traction. On the positive side, though, the price is pretty low, which means that you can have two sets of tires – one for pavement, another for off-roading.


  • Outstanding responsiveness and steering feel
  • Excellent grip and traction on the pavement
  • Works in wet conditions
  • Fair price


  • Not very good for off-roading

2. ITP Hard Surface Radial Tires

Best UTV Tires for Pavement

ITP’s entry into the street tire category is one of our favorites right now. The reason is very straightforward – the tread pattern on this tire is 100% designed for on-road use.

This means that you can’t really use the ITP Hard Surface on anything other than the street. The tread should give you enough grip and traction on gravel, but that’s pretty much it. If you want to attack demanding off-road terrains, this is not the tire for you.

Fortunately, this also means that the on-road performance is second to none. ITP’s street tire is supremely comfortable on pavement – the ride quality is smooth and plush. Furthermore, the tire is also very quiet, even at very high speeds.

When it comes to performance, you can expect the same performance as on a passenger tire for cars. The handling is predictable and responsive, and there is a lot of grip and traction on dry and wet surfaces.

This tire also has a very long-lasting tread compound, much like normal passenger tires. Finally, the price is also very low, especially when compared to other UTV tires.


  • Excellent on-road performance
  • Smooth and quiet
  • Low price
  • Long-lasting treadlife


  • Not usable for off-roading

3. Maxxis Liberty

Best UTV Tires for Pavement

The Maxxis Liberty is one of our favorite UTV tires. When it comes to performance, it is very hard to find any fault with it.

The Liberty is mainly designed for driving over hard terrains, like dirt and gravel, but it is also usable in the desert. On those surfaces, it is one of the most responsive tires, while also performing very well during cornering and braking.

The Maxxis Liberty easily exceeds DOT test standards, which means that it is also usable on the street. More importantly, we found that it performs very well in most test conditions, including dry and wet surfaces.

On dry pavement, the Maxxis Liberty shows excellent responsiveness and steering feel. Grip levels are very good, even during hard cornering. Traction and braking are also excellent, giving you a lot of confidence to push forward.

Thanks to the high number of sipes and tread design with circumferential grooves, the Liberty performs very well over wet surfaces. Sure, it isn’t as good as a passenger tire, but that’s the case with most UTV tires.

Finally, despite the radial construction, the Maxxis Liberty gets an 8-ply rating, which means that you can use it on very large UTVs. That’s great for durability, too – the Liberty is one of the toughest and longest-lasting UTV tires around.


  • Excellent responsiveness on the road
  • High levels of grip and traction on the pavement
  • Usable over dry and wet surfaces
  • Great for dirt and gravel
  • Long-lasting tread compound

4. Carlisle All Trail ATV Tire

Best UTV Tires for Pavement

Carlisle is a well-known and reputable manufacturer of ATV, UTV, and lawnmower tires, and their All Trail model is the best of them all. We are big fans of everything this tire does.

Thanks to a large number of grooves on the tread pattern, the Carlisle All Trail will work everywhere. We found that it is especially good over rocks, dirt, gravel, and grass, but you can also use it in shallow mud.

But, you’re here because you want to know how these tires handle the street and the answer is – pretty well! Of course, they won’t offer the same grip as slick high-performance tires, but those aren’t available for UTV tires at all.

With a set of Carlisle All Trail’s attached on your UTV, you will experience a more responsive ride in the corners. The grip will also be higher than some off-road-focused tires, which translates into higher cornering speeds.

Traction is also excellent, even on some high-powered UTVs. Lastly, the Carlisle’s brake very well, both over dry and wet pavement.

One of the disadvantages of the Carlisle All Trail is the higher price, but the company mitigates that with one of the longest-lasting treads in the business. You will be using these tires for a long time – that’s for sure.


  • Excellent traction and grip on the pavement
  • Usable for light off-roading
  • Durable tread compound
  • Strong casing

5. Tusk TERRABITE Heavy-Duty 8-Ply DOT Radial

Tusk TERRABITE Heavy-Duty 8-Ply DOT Radial

Not every UTV driver wants super-responsive handling – some are more concerned about comfort. If you are one of the leisurely types of drivers, we recommend the Tusk TERRABITE tire.

This mean-looking tire is designed to be used on most hard-packed surfaces, including dirt, gravel, and rocks. Naturally, it has fat sidewalls that take care of absorbing the impacts from rocks, and aggressive tread pattern for better traction.

The TERRABITE is also DOT-approved, which means that you can freely use it on the pavement. Well, that is if you aren’t that concerned about performance on the street.

See, while the TERRABITE works outstandingly well on dirt, gravel, and rocks, it isn’t the best choice for pavement when it comes to performance.

Nonetheless, the tire is completely safe if you drive normally or within the speed limits. Even more importantly, for some drivers, the ride quality with the TERRABITE is one of the best out there.

On top of that, this tire lasts for a very long time. The tread compound seems to never wear, which is very important for people that drive on the street often.


  • Excellent ride quality
  • Outstanding on hard-packed surfaces
  • Safe on the street
  • Extremely tough and durable


  • Not the best tire for sporty handling

6. Interco LIEF DOT Tires

Best UTV Tires for Pavement

Interco’s DOT-approved UTV tires were primarily designed for the U.S. Border Patrol. The main takeaway here is the environmentally-friendly footprint, which doesn’t damage the surfaces and leaves a minimal footprint.

A quick look at the tread pattern of the LIEF immediately tells you that this tire has a large contact patch. This means that it won’t leave a trail when you drive off-road, but even more importantly, that it will give you excellent traction on the road.

In our testing, we found that the Interco LIEF is very responsive during spirited driving. Grip and traction levels are also very high, which translates into very good handling overall. The LIEF tires are also very safe – they brake strongly.

There is one area where we would’ve liked the LIEF is better, and that’s wet handling. It works if you drive carefully but won’t give you the best possible grip and traction.

On the positive side, the Interco is very tough and durable, improves gas mileage, and is not very expensive.


  • Excellent handling on dry pavement
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Improves gas mileage
  • Tough and durable

7. Quadboss QBT846 DOT Tire

Best UTV Tires for Pavement

Quadboss designed and excellent intermediate-to-hard-terrain tire with the QBT846. This model is also DOT-approved, which means that you can freely use it on the street every day.

Still, the area where this tire performs the best is dirt and gravel. We are big fans on how the Quadboss handles these surfaces. It is super responsive and bites the surface very well. In other words, the tire immediately responds to driver input and provides high levels of grip and traction.

The QBT846 is also very usable over rocky terrain. The aggressive tread pattern and sidewall take care of smaller and larger rocks, while the built-in rim guard keeps your wheels in check. Overall, the Quadboss QBT846 is a very durable tire – the 8-ply radial casing is very tough.

On the road, the Quadboss isn’t as good as on hard-packed terrain, but still fine for everyday driving. More importantly, the tire is very comfortable – the ride is very smooth.

That said, the price is also higher than we would’ve wanted.


  • Smooth ride quality on the pavement
  • Excellent performance on intermediate terrain
  • Very good performance on tough terrain
  • Tough and durable


  • On-road handling could be better

8. GBC Kanati Mongrel

Best UTV Tires for Pavement

Overall, GBC’s Kanati Mongrel tire is one of the best UTV models on sale right now. It is available in many sizes, which means that drivers of smaller and larger UTV’s will easily find a compatible model.

More importantly, the tire has a 10-ply construction, which is one of the toughest in the industry. This means that the tire can withstand a lot of abuse, especially when driving over hard-packed surfaces.

That is also the area where the Kanati Mongrel performs the best. The rounded profile of the tire works exceptionally well on dirt and gravel, as well as rocky surfaces. The tire is very responsive and provides the driver with high levels of grip and traction.

The Kanati Mongrel also exceeds DOT standards, which means that you can use it on every street. When it comes to handling, the tire is good but not exceptional. Still, if you don’t push too much, the Kanati Mongrel offers a safe and reliable drive on pavement.

Furthermore, GBC designed the Kanati Mongrel for a smooth ride, which can be felt every time you drive on the street.

The tire is also pretty expensive, but the price is somewhat mitigated with the outstanding durability GBC tires are known for.


  • Excellent performance on hard-packed surfaces
  • Smooth ride on the pavement
  • Extremely tough and durable

9. Fuel Gripper T/R/K Kevlar

Best UTV Tires for Pavement

The Fuel Gripper tire with Kevlar-reinforced sidewalls is easily the toughest tire on this list – no wonder it has a 10-ply rating. Thanks to the synthetic aramid fiber, but also the puncture-resistant technology, the Fuel Gripper T/R/K Kevlar will never be punctured, even if you drive over very demanding surfaces, such as rocky terrain.

Performance on intermediate and hard-packed terrains is also excellent. Thanks to the stiff sidewall, the Gripper is one of the most responsive UTV tires around. The aggressive tread design helps with grip and traction, giving the driver a lot of confidence to push harder in the corners.

The Gripper is also a DOT-approved tire, which means that you can use it on the street without worrying about getting a ticket. Performance-wise, the tire is pretty good – it provides the driver with good grip and traction. The responsiveness, again, is outstanding – you will have a lot of fun driving on these tires.

When it comes to comfort, the Fuel Gripper T/R/K is slightly more audible than we would’ve liked, but still very comfortable over bumps.

That said, the Fuel Gripper T/R/K Kevlar is also one of the most expensive UTV tires, but that’s expected given the use of synthetic aramid fiber.


  • Extra tough and durable
  • Excellent performance on hard-packed surfaces
  • Very good on the pavement
  • Smooth ride

10. EFX MotoVator 8 Ply

Best UTV Tires for Pavement

Much like the Fuel Gripper T/R/K Kevlar, the EFX MotoVator is a very expensive tire. Fortunately, it is also a very durable one – the steel-belted construction makes the MotoVator a highly puncture-resistant tire.

When it comes to performance, the MotoVator is up there with the best hard-packed terrain tires. Responsiveness is simply outstanding when driving on rocks and trails. The tire also provides the driver with a lot of grip and traction for fluid handling.

You can also use the MotoVator on the road – the tire is fully DOT-approved. The responsiveness and steering feel are excellent here as well, giving you that go-kart feeling. Grip and traction are good, but not exceptional. Still, that’s a characteristic of most UTV tires.

The only biggish downside of the EFX MotoVator is that it’s expensive. However, the company defends the price with race-derived technology, which is not something you’d find on most UTV tires.


  • Outstanding performance on hard-packed surfaces
  • Excellent responsiveness
  • Very tough and durable

Best UTV Tires for Pavement: Buyer's Guide

1. Type of UTV Tires That Work on Pavement

Not many UTV tires are specifically designed to be driven on the street. But, that’s only normal – UTVs are also not vehicles designed for use on the street.

That’s why, when looking for tires that will work on the pavement, you first need to look for DOT-approved tires. These tires are legal to be driven on the street, but the DOT approval also means that they are safe to drive on the road.

As you can see from the list above, only two models are designed for use on pavement. If those models aren’t available in your region, we recommend hard-packed terrain tires or intermediate-terrain tires.

These models will give you the best pavement grip and traction, and also very good responsiveness. Most of these tires are also DOT-approved, so you really can’t go wrong.

All-terrain tires are another great option for use on pavement. These tires are designed to tackle any terrain, and that naturally means pavement.

With that said, avoid using mud-terrain and sand UTV tires on the street. Most of them aren’t DOT-approved anyway, but more importantly, they lack proper grip and traction for safe driving.

Mud-terrain and sand tires are also not very comfortable and produce a lot of noise. The rough pavement will also act like sandpaper on the soft tread of these tires, wearing them in no time.

2. Radial or Bias-Ply Tires?

When choosing UTV tires, you will mostly encounter radial tires. That’s fine because radial tires work better on the pavement. 

Radial tires are lighter than bias-ply tires, which translates into better performance, more responsive handling, and less fuel consumption. Radial tires also have a more durable tread – you can use them longer on the pavement. Furthermore, radial tires are very quiet and comfortable, especially when compared to bias-ply tires.

The only advantage of bias-ply tires is that their casings are tougher and stiffer. That’s why bias-ply tires make sense for driving over very demanding hard-packed terrains. Also, bias-ply tires can usually withstand more weight – most of them come with at least an 8-ply rating.

Still, modern radial tires are more than strong enough for general UTV usage, while also providing the driver with better performance in almost every other area.


Choosing the best UTV tires for pavement often requires a lot of research and testing, especially given the various categories of products. We hope that with this article, we helped you narrow the search for tires that work on the pavement and that you found the best set for you.

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Choosing tires for your UTV can be overwhelming, and it’s easy to get lost in pages and pages of consumer ratings. And you absolutely should do that research—your tires are going to have an enormous impact on your experience, and picking the right tires can make the difference between having a great time off-road and winding up cursing your treads. Given the variability of terrain, especially in Arizona, it’s important that you define your goals, so you can find the best tire for YOU.

Tires for On and Off Road

The first question you need to answer when you’re thinking about tires is whether you’re planning to drive your UTV strictly off-road or whether you want it to drive it on streets. A tire that’s going to be driven on the street must be DOT-rated. That means it has extra layers for protection, and it is speed rated.

Having DOT-rated tires for street performance isn’t just about legality, though. It has a big impact on safety, especially if you’re hitting higher speeds when you’re out on the trail. A big, knobby, deep-tread tire may give superb off-road performance on tough terrain, but it won’t have the kind of traction you need on hard-pack or paved roads.

So if you’re looking for the best UTV tires for on and off road, you’re going to be looking for an 8-ply tire. This will make the tire heavier due to the additional layers of steel, which reduces performance slightly, but also protects you from punctures.

Your on-road tire will need to be kept inflated to a higher pressure—12-18 psi would be standard, giving you a lot of stability.

The EFX MotoVator is a great example of a dual-purpose DOT-rated UTV tire for road use. The MotoVator comes with 8-ply steel in 14-18” sizes, and belted radials are available in the 15” and 18” sizes. The MotoVator draws on light truck engineering by steel belting the inner and outer bead for a smooth ride.  The elongated shoulder pack has a big impact on your cornering performance and turn radius.

The MotoVator can run $200 and up, so if you’re looking for something slightly more economical, the QuadBoss QBT846 offers similar specifications—8-ply radial, DOT-approved, 3/4” non-directional treads, and it offers high performance on intermediate to hard terrain.

Tires for Trail or Firm Terrain

But what if your UTV is only for off-road, and you want to prioritize performance? In that case, you’ll want a lighter tire, 4 or 6-ply, with a really aggressive tread design.

The off-road tire should be kept inflated to a lower pressure, to protect from punctures. The terrain you’re on will guide you—softer terrains will require a much lower psi than rock or dirt. As a general rule, though, 8-12 psi is standard for a trail tire.

The AMS M1 Evil offers all-terrain tires in 6 and 8 ply, with a 1” tread design that’s ideal for forest and recreational terrains. Steel radials offer serious stability. Best of all, it is DOT-approved for limited road use.

The Maxxis Bighorn is one of the most popular off-road tires. It’s a 6-ply, with a non-directional tread. The Bighorn has a huge traction patch that makes it an amazing choice for rocks, and the shoulder lugs both protect and enhance traction. The deep treads mean it can also perform well in snow and mud, making it an excellent all-terrain choice.

Snow and Mud Handling

Snow and mud can be some of the most challenging terrain for your UTV and offer unique challenges. To make sure you aren’t burning out your engine belt trying to spin out of a muddy patch, or sliding on a wet rock trail after an afternoon thunderstorm, look for tires with deep treads. 3/4 -1” is enough for most conditions, but dedicated mudders can find treads of up to 2” in a tire like the AMS Mud Evil, whose groove channels help direct the mud away from the center patch, offering better grip.

If you’re not going to be heading into deep mud, the Tusk Mudforce is an affordable option that does well on trails as well as mud. With ¾” wraparound treads and self-cleaning grooves, this is a very versatile tire that starts at around $55, making it a great choice if you won’t be heading into softer terrain too often, but want a dedicated tire when you do.

Sand Paddles

The soft and all-terrain tires listed above can all handle a little sand, but if you’re planning high performance dune-riding, you’ll want to make sure you’ve got tires designed for the job. The System 3 Dunesport DS340 is a 4-ply tire. Front tires are lightweight, with minimum drag and maximum flotation, while the rear tires offer a 14 paddle design that can dig in and push you through.

At Four Seasons Motorsports, we’re always ready to provide support. Not sure which tires will meet your specific needs? The friendly, helpful staff in our parts and service departments would love to guide you towards the tire that will serve you best! Call us at (928) 474-3411 or stop by our showroom just 11 miles south of Payson to find out how we can help you.

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Starting at $154.90

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EFX Motovator Tires

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Starting at $210.00

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Starting at $158.80

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28" & 30" for 15" wheels

ITP Coyote Tires

ITP Coyote Radial


Starting at $174.80

27"�for 14" wheels
32"-35" for 15" wheels

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System3 XCR350 Radial Tire


Starting at $219.90

28" &�30" for 14" wheel
32" & 35" for 15" wheels
36" for 18" wheels

DOT approved

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Starting at $144.90

26" for 12" wheels
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30"-32" for 15" wheels

QuadBoss QBT846 UTV tires

QuadBoss QBT808


Starting at $169.99

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30 - 33"�for 15" wheels

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-The UTV market has been wide open for a few years, and the tire side of things is a prime example. Just 10 short years ago when it was all about Rhinos and Rangers, there were  no UTV-specific tires on the market. Present day, we’re breaking tires down into subcategories, and we’ve got 32 great tires to talk about just in the hardpack-/DOT-legal-specific category. There is a tire out there for everyone, and hopefully this guide of the best DOT UTV tires can help you find the right one for you.


Construction: The Radial Pro is built with an extremely puncture-resistant rubber compound and a radial casing.

Reason for being a one of the Best DOT UTV Tires: A true all-terrain tire that’s DOT  rated for the highway and uses a radial casing and unique tread pattern for a smooth, consistent ride.

Ply number: 8-ply
Sizes: 245/50R12; 23x10x14; 25x8x12; 25x10x12; 26x9x12; 26x11x12; 26x9x14; 26x11x14; 28x10x14; 30x10x14


Worth knowing: The AMS Pro is available in affordable tire and wheel kits through any Parts Unlimited dealer.


Construction: The non-DOT, UTV-specific KR2 tire features radial construction with the race-proven CoreGard technology.

Reason for being one of the Best DOT UTV Tires: This tire is developed specifically for desert racing, as BFGoodrich is already producing the sought-after tire in classes like Trophy Truck, Class 1 and Class 10. It’s designed for superior performance and increased mobility in soft soil, enhanced traction in mud, and improves braking in loose or rocky soil.

Ply number: 3-ply

Sizes: 30×9.5×15

Price(s): $258

Worth knowing: The BFG KR2 is designed, tested and manufactured in the USA.



Construction: The Aftershock XD uses a specially formulated rubber compound that is both flexible for increased traction yet durable for the harshest conditions you can find. The K3D Armor is an Aramid-reinforced composite material that is found in the third cord and sandwiched between two layers of nylon on the shoulder and sidewall for added puncture protection.

Reason for being one of the Best DOT UTV Tires: This tire is built for desert racing’s extreme conditions and uses closely spaced tread blocks for a smooth ride on hardpack surfaces. The siped knobs are compliant for increased traction in the rocks.

Ply number: 8-ply

Sizes: 28x10x14; 28x10x15; 30x10x14; 30x10x15; 32x10x14; 32x10x15

Price(s): $140–$210

Worth knowing: The Aftershock XD aims to be the go-to tire for desert racing in a UTV. With new 28-, 30- and 32-inch sizes, they will have a tire for just about every full-size UTV. Aftershock XDs are dynamically balanced just like a car tire.



Construction: Radial construction with Fuel’s Pro Grip tread technology.

Reason for being one of the Best DOT UTV Tires: The Gripper uses deep-grooved tread lugs and a reinforced sidewall to create a UTV-specific tire that can handle the heavier payloads while still providing a comfortable and predictable ride.

Ply number: 8-ply

Sizes: 28x10x14; 30x10x14; 30x10x15; more to come!


Worth knowing: There are many more sizes to come later this year, and they also have a great selection of wheels and beadlocks to choose from.



Construction: The DOT-rated CST Lobo features radial construction and has been engineered for durability, comfort and the ability to handle heavier loads.

Reason for being one of the Best DOT UTV Tires: Built to be the true all-around UTV tire, the DOT street-legal Lobo features a fast-rolling center tread that is optimally paired with stepped, aggressive shoulder knobs for exceptional straight-line stability, predictable sliding and better cornering grip.

Ply number: 8-ply

Sizes: 27x10x12; 27x10x1428x10x14, 30x10x14, 29x9x15, 32x10x15, 32x10x16

Price(s): $180–$216

Worth knowing: The Lobo is rated for carrying heavier loads than most DOT-rated UTV tires on the market.



Construction: The DOT-rated Motovator features steel-belted radial construction.

Reason for being one of the Best DOT UTV Tires: EFX uses light-truck engineering, with inner and outer steel belts to ensure what they claim is the smoothest, quietest ride quality on the market. Great puncture-resistance and high-speed performance on any hardpack surface. A unique center tread provides a massive contact patch, and the elongated shoulder tread improves cornering with reduced rolling resistance.

Ply number: 8-ply

Sizes: 28×9.5×14; 30×9.5×14; 30×9.5×15; 30×9.5×16

Price(s): $199–$216

Worth knowing: This is one of the only true steel-belted radial UTV tires we know of and can’t wait to try it out.



Construction: The Braven Ironside features advanced radial construction with Pit Bull’s proven chip- and tear-resistant rubber compound.

Reason for being one of the Best DOT UTV Tires: The Ironside is all about traction, durability, handling and more traction. The tread design wraps down the sidewall for increased strength and traction to the shoulder and sidewall areas. Staggered lugs increase biting edges for extreme weather use while also reducing road noise. Strategic voids and stone-kicker bars provide easy clean-out and increase traction.

Ply number: 8-ply

Sizes: 27x9x14; 27x11x14; 28x10x14; 30x10x14; 30x10x15; 32x10x14; 32x10x15

Price(s): $149.34–$176.34

Worth knowing: These ultimate-traction tires are even siped for increased traction and meet DOT
regulations for on-road use where legal.



Construction: The DOT-approved radial-construction Mongrel now features a lightweight 10-ply-rated carcass design.

Reason for being one of the Best DOT UTV Tires: The ever-popular Mongrel gets a much-improved sidewall for greater puncture resistance and a smoother ride. The re-engineered carcass is more durable and allows for less sidewall flex and lower operating pressures than the previous 8-ply design.

Ply number: 10-ply

Sizes: 23x10R12; 25x8R12; 25x10R12; 26x10x12; 27x9x12; 27x11x12; 27x9x14; 27x11x14; 28x10x14; 30x10x14; 32x10x14; 28x10x15; 30x10x15

Price(s): $175–$227

Worth knowing: The Mongrel was already a proven favorite, and the new carcass improves the weak sidewall issues.



Construction: Radial construction with a heavy-duty sidewall and a rubber compound that has been developed for multiple types of terrain.

Reason for being one of the Best DOT UTV Tires: This tire is meant to perform on most any track surface you can throw at it with its special compound rubber and unique tread pattern.

Ply number: 8-ply

Sizes: 30x10x14; 30x10x15

Price(s): $199–$201

Worth knowing: GMZ claims the lightweight (32-pound) Kahuna is the strongest all-terrain UTV tire on the market.


Construction: The M1 Evil is constructed with a radial casing and a special rubber compound that has been specifically developed for superior tread life.

Reason for being one of the Best DOT UTV Tires: The M1 has been developed with a non-directional truck-tire-like tread for a smooth ride and incredible tread life. We’ve heard rumors in the 3000–4000-mile range. The M1 is built for the desert, mountains and anything in between with a strong shoulder and sidewall tread for added protection and traction in sand, dirt, rocks, etc.

Ply number: 6-ply for 26-inch sizes and 8-ply rating on larger sizes

Sizes: 26x9x12; 26x11x12; 26x9x14; 26x11x14; 27x9x14; 27x11x14; 28x10x14; 30x10x14; 32x10x14

Price(s): $149.95–$197.95

Worth knowing: The M1 has a healthy 1-inch tread depth and a DOT rating for on- and off-road use.



Construction: Bias-ply construction with multi-directional tread.

Reason for being one of the Best DOT UTV Tires: Military authorized and combat-proven, this run-flat tire is designed to go 50 miles at 40 mph with no air while retaining a 450-pound load per tire. These are the tires that will take you there and back, regardless of where “there” is.

Ply number: 8-ply, 12-ply

Sizes: 27x9x14; 27x11x14

Price(s): $202–$260

Worth knowing: The slightly heavy 12-ply options include the run-flat technology, while the 8-ply option offers the same tread and handling with less weight.


Construction: The Gravity tire uses radial construction with Puncture Proof Material (PPM) added to the sidewalls for extreme survivability.

Reason for being one of the Best DOT UTV Tires: The DOT-approved Gravity 845 is built for extreme off-road racing with precision steering capabilities and smooth, comfortable ride. A dual-formulated tread compound ensures a great combination of traction and life expectancy.

Ply number: 8-ply

Sizes: 30x10x14

Price(s): $199

Worth knowing: Nick Nelson tested these at the Baja 1000 with zero flats for over a thousand miles.



Construction: Radial construction with extended-life rubber compound and stepped lugs for increased traction over a longer timespan.

Reason for being one of the Best DOT UTV Tires: ITP designed the original Bajacross to be the most rugged tire yet with a predictable ride and slow wear. There are sizes for Aces all the way up to 1000s and Turbos.

Ply number: 8-ply

Sizes: 25x8x12; 25x10x12; 26x9x12; 26x11x12; 26x10x14; 26x11x14; 28x10x14; 30x10x14

Price(s): $191–$283

Worth knowing: Wrap-around lugs provide shoulder protection, and a super-deep rim guard protected your wheel investments.



Construction: A radial-construction tire with extended-wear rubber compound.

Reason for being one of the Best DOT UTV Tires: A reduced tread depth with lower tread-to-void ratio makes for a lighter-weight, more-comfortable, better-handling version of an already stellar tire.

Ply number: 6-ply

Sizes: 27x9x14; 27x11x14; 29x9x14; 29x11x14

Price(s): $195–$222

Worth knowing: The BajaCross tire’s unique design has inspired more than one manufacturer looking to share on its success. ITP has now improved on it, looking to take it from good to great on larger UTVs.



Construction: Six-ply radial design with a heavy-duty sidewall.

Reason for being one of the Best DOT UTV Tires: A great short-course race tire that’s equally as impressive on the trail, the Cutthroat features an off-road race-truck-inspired tread design with a tighter tread pattern that helps prevent punctures between the tread. The heavy-duty sidewall is paired with a 3/4-inch-tall tread and a very soft yet durable rubber compound.

Ply number: 6-ply

Sizes: 28×10-14

Price(s): $169

Worth knowing: The Cutthroat is DOT approved, and its single size is designed to run front and back, eliminating the need for a second spare.



Construction: Radial construction with a multi-surface,
non-directional tread.

Reason for being one of the Best DOT UTV Tires: A great tire for open desert and slick-rock conditions, the Ultracross R-Spec offers great traction and versatility.

Ply number: 8-ply (23x10R12 6-ply)

Sizes: 23x10x12; 27x10x12; 27x10x14; 28x10x12; 28x10x14; 29x9x14; 29x11x14; 30x10x14; 30x10x15; 32x10x15

Price(s): $220–$283

Worth knowing: The R-Spec is offered in a multitude of
popular sizes to fit just about any UTV on the market.



Construction: Radial carcass tire that exceeds DOT test standards.

Reason for being one of the Best DOT UTV Tires: A true light-truck-inspired UTV tire, the Liberty is engineered to perform in a variety of terrain, including pavement. Built for superb wear characteristics and features a specialized rubber compound for excellent traction on rocks and desert terrain.

Ply number: 8-ply

Sizes: 28x10R14; 30x10R14; 32x10x15; 29×9.5×16

Price(s): $216–$244

Worth knowing: This tire was podium-proven at the 2015 Baja 500.



Construction: The Coronado uses a radial carcass for supreme performance and longevity.

Reason for being one of the Best DOT UTV Tires: Looking for the ultimate in ride comfort and tread wear, the Coronado uses stepped lugs and a long-wearing compound for optimized performance in loose-over-hardpack desert terrain.

Ply number: 8-ply

Sizes: 26x11x12; 26x9x12; 25x10x12; 25x8x12; 26x11x14; 26x9x14; 30x10x14; 28x10x14; 2711×14; 27x9x14

Price(s): $190–$250

Worth knowing: They are performance matched front to rear for optimal steering control and confidence at higher speeds.



Construction: Radial construction with triple Kevlar-belt layer sidewalls for puncture resistance.

Reason for being one of the Best DOT UTV Tires: A lightweight tire that will support you with or without air through any terrain you can throw at it.

Ply number: 8-ply

Sizes: 28x10x14; 30x9x15

Price(s): $275–$295

Worth knowing: The Race tire is DOT rated with a smooth ride on hardpack or pavement.



Construction: Radial construction with DOT and E-marked to meet the highest standards.

Reason for being one of the Best DOT UTV Tires: The 8-Ball’s unique tread design gives you traction in the mud combined with a good ride on hardpack.

Ply number: 8-ply

Sizes: 26x9x14; 26x11x14

Price(s): $143–$169

Worth knowing: Front and rear specific sizing, and it offers better resistance to punctures on smaller UTVs.




Construction: Radial construction with a soft, rock-crawling tread compound.

Reason for being one of the Best DOT UTV Tires: A true high-performance, rock-crawling tire with a high-void ratio in the center and two layers on the shoulder to improve grip and puncture resistance. The multi-layer sidewall design enhances sidewall traction for rock crawling.

Ply number: 8-ply rated

Sizes: 30x10x14

Price(s): TBD

Worth knowing: This looks like the tire to have if Moab or King of the Hammers is your thing. Jason Weller finished eighth in his Roxxzilla-shod YXZ.




Construction: Radial construction with three layers of Kevlar in the sidewall for extreme puncture resistance.

Reason for being one of the Best DOT UTV Tires: This tire can run on any terrain, claiming operating pressures as low as 5 psi without issue on the roughest, nastiest courses.

Ply number: 8-ply

Sizes: 30x10x14; 32x10x14

Price(s): $310–$355

Worth knowing: The X-Rox also has an unheard of 1330-pound load rating and is DOT compliant.




Construction: Steel-belted radial construction with chip- and wear-resistant rubber compound.

Reason for being one of the Best DOT UTV Tires: A real-world, tough, all-terrain UTV tire that is a true 30-inch diameter. The AT Extra is ready for anything you can throw at it and more. An impressive 1440-pound load rating.

Ply number: 6-ply

Sizes: 30x10x14; 30x10x15

Price(s): $204–$209

Worth knowing: A true DOT-legal, steel-belted radial UTV tire that’s made in the USA!




Construction: Armor-belt construction.

Reason for beingone of the Best DOT UTV Tires : The Hammer features an aggressive tread pattern and a deep side bite for increased traction and performance in hard- or softpack trails, mud, rocks and sand. This lightweight, 30-inch tire is ready for race or recreation.

Ply number: 8-ply

Sizes: 30×9.5×15

Price(s): $210

Worth knowing: The 9.5-inch-wide, 30-inch tire size is becoming more and more popular with the desert crowd.



Construction: Armor-belt construction

Reason for being one of the Best DOT UTV Tires: This aggressive tread pattern tire is built for the rocks and highly puncture-resistant. Engineered for unmatched grip, it comes standard on
the Polaris RZR XP Gold Matte Edition (rock crawler).

Ply number: 8-ply

Sizes: 28x10x14; 30x10x14; 32x10x14

Price(s): $190–$240

Worth knowing: The XR runs about 32 pounds, and the heavier XG models run 39 pounds apiece, while both are 8-ply rated.




Construction: Radial casing for a smooth, consistent ride that meets DOT specifications

Reason for being one of the Best DOT UTV Tires: Designed for optimal performance on intermediate to hardpack terrain. The 846 has a built-in rim guard and a 3/4-inch tread depth.

Ply number: 8-ply

Sizes: 27x9R14; 27x11R14; 28x10R14; 30x10R14; 30x10R15; 32x10R15

Price(s): $144.95–$189.95

Worth knowing: The 846 features aggressive sidewall tread to grab traction in ruts and other sticky situations. We’re testing a set right now.




Construction: A puncture-resistant tire with radial construction.

Reason for being one of the Best DOT UTV Tires: The Rock-a-Billy features an aggressive tread design with integrated side lugs to grip in extreme riding conditions. The new tread compound is designed to outlast, out-grip and outperform the competition.

Ply number: 8-ply

Sizes: 28x10x14; 30x10x14

Price(s): $214–$230

Worth knowing: The Rockabilly claims operating pressure to be only 8 psi on both 28- and 30-inch tire sizes.




Construction: DOT-legal, radial construction tire

Reason for being one of the Best DOT UTV Tires: The Chicane RX is STI’s desert-racing-developed tire. A unique split-knob non-directional tread design for high-mileage value with a mix of durability, light weight and smooth ride.

Ply number: 8-ply

Sizes: 26x10x12; 27x10x14; 28x10x14; 30x10x14; 31x10x14; 30x10x15; 32x10x15

Price(s): $145–$175

Worth knowing: STI just released a uniquely sized 31x10x14 that is going to be very popular with the higher-horsepower, 1000cc sport machines.




Construction: Extreme-duty radial construction, and now available in select sizes with dual Kevlar belts running shoulder to shoulder for added puncture resistance

Reason for being one of the Best DOT UTV Tires: Made for the confidence with today’s biggest and baddest UTVs. The non-directional tread offers a wide-profile footprint that is still smooth and quiet.

Ply number: 8-ply

Sizes: 25x8x12; 25x10x12; 26x9x12; 26x11x12; 26x9x14; 26x11x14; 27x9x14; 27x11x14; 28x10x14; 30x10x14; 32x10x14; 34x10x15

Price(s): $135–$295

Worth knowing: The massive 34-inch Roctane XD is the biggest all-terrain tire we’ve seen to date. o


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