Whether you’re driving on dry, wet or snowy roads, all-season tires are suitable for any condition. In fact, because all-season tires are so dependable, they’ve become standard on most cars sold in the United States.

As the name suggests, these tires are designed for drivers who tread through both snowy and rainy seasons. If you live in an area that doesn’t typically experience snow, all-season tires may not be the best choice for you. Instead, you should choose tires that provide better traction in wet conditions so that your tires have the gripping and traction properties you need for better handling. For those who live in colder climates with frequent snow fall, reliable winter traction is a must, and investing in a set of winter tires is highly recommended.

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Falken Ziex ZE950

The Ziex ZE950 all-season tire incorporates the latest in technology and design to create an excellent choice for drivers who find all-season and high-performance handling priorities. Using the Falken exclusive DRT dynamic range technology in the all-new silica tread compound and asymmetric tread design, the ZIEX ZE950 provides peak dry, wet, ice and snow grip as well as delivering long tire wear.

  • Falken exclusive Canyon-Sipe Technology increases edges for ice breaking, better handling and improved wear
  • Wide circumferential grooves for enhanced wet handling
  • Wide angled tread slot provides additional snow grip
  • Falken exclusive Dynamic Range Technology enhances the operating temperature range with a silica tread compound
  • Sculpted groove wall provides better snow grip and eliminates rain groove wander