From sand to gravel and mud to rocky terrain, off-road tires are made to keep you moving. Designed with large lugs and deep voids, off-road tires bite through soft, wet terrain so you get maximum traction. These tires are built with reinforced sidewalls and a puncture-resistant construction to withstand the kind of abuse that off-road driving can inflict.

While an open tread pattern is great for the best off-road tires driving experience, it is less than ideal on a paved road because the tire will have less contact area, which reduces traction. The open tread pattern also makes for a noisy, often bumpy ride at highway speeds. Off-road tires are on the larger side, so they’re meant mainly for trucks and SUVs, vehicles that are typically taken off road.



Mickey Thompson Baja ATZ P3

The Baja ATZ P3 has a unique design that’s a hybrid between an all-terrain and mud tire to give you the grip you need for your weekend adventures and the smooth ride to get you down the road in comfort.

  • Features an extra wide footprint and beefy tread blocks for great all-around traction
  • New compound with improved cut and chip protection
  • Deep, aggressive SideBiters for improved protection
  • Multi-draft grooves for self-cleaning and improved wear
  • All sizes feature PowerPly 3-ply sidewall construction