Designed to help full-sized pickups work hard on pavement, then work just as hard when roads are muddy, snowy, and rocky or when there are no roads at all. The Open Country M/T combines solid on-road performance with extra ground clearance, higher load-carrying capacity, and greater ability to go off-road. Truck enthusiasts know it for its long wear, low noise and aggressive tread pattern. An aggressive all-around light truck radial specifically designed for lifted pickup applications. The aggressive tread can crawl through any mess, while the smart lug placement and design provides precise, quiet driving on the street.
The best tires I've ever had! Warning: Tire pressure
These tires have been the best! Running on a 2006 Nissan Armada with a 6 inch lift. Can't say enough about these. Strong enough to tow with. Great on mud, slushy snow, rocks, gravel and sand. Not so great on ice.(but what big tire is....) Critical!!! - The first set I had wore down quick. Second set, I messed with the tire pressure. It made a HUGE difference. Experiment with it. It depends on how heavy your rig is. I use 47 psi on all four and its working out well. Use a little higher psi in rear tires when towing. Check pressure every month and rotate every oil change. You should be able to get 40,000 miles plus. I'm on my fourth set and going strong!
By Gizzy from Phoenix, AZ
I went from 33 inch mastercrafts to 35x12.50/17 on my 05 f150 and i wont ever get another brand. They have a nice hum, look great, and ride super soft. Form fields to highway the ride is always comfortbale!
By MasonF1 from Prattville, AL
looking at my 4th set
I have had 3 sets of these and im lookijng at my 4th although i am not entirely sure why. I love the tire but i wear them out quickly due to my poor driving habits. in the past 40,000 miles I have had 3 sets. the tread on my current tires is deep although they are extremely cracked. I have a high hp silverado and a lead foot at times. id recommend them if you dont drive hard
By banjo from los angeles
Great Tire, Far better then any other.
I have had many mud tires but these will impress you. Never been stuck (unlike my narrow BFG Mud T/A) and they look awesome. Wear great and you will get 50k plus out of them. If you are looking for a super quiet mud tire, save yourself because they dont exist. If you want a tire that looks great and works even better, this is it.
By Hurricane from Orange County Ca
Sick Tire! Im running 35" 12.5/ 17 on my Supercharged 08 Tacoma. This bugga floats da sand!!... even before airing down and handles well in deep mud. Super quiet for a mud tire, kinda wish that it was louder.
By Deep North from KAUAI, Hawaii
I had these tires on an 07 FJ cruiser. We were able to get about 90,000 miles out of them before we changed them out. And at the time there was still a good amount of tread still on the tires. They're expensive but well worth the price I can tell you that. Never had a problem with them on any type of terrain and especially not in the mud. The only thing I did to help them wear better is when I'd go off road (mud/sand/rocks) I'd drop the pressure down to 15lbs and that seemed to increase the capabilities even more so. Highly recommended to buy these again but this time for my jeep!!!
By Tubby from Corpus Christi, Texas
Some tough tires
I take these tires through anything. I do alot of off roading and alot of highway driving. These tires look prettu greatand drive great. They have great sidewall grips and all around great treads. Very impressed with these tires. Nice little hum going down the highway but nowhere near annoying. My 35s are above all of my friends tires.
By wi mudrunner rudie from oshkosh, wi
These things are amazing. Not one problem so far. Just make sure to continually check the air pressure; I like 45 in the rear and 50 in the front. Rotate every couple thousand and these will last for 50K. I will never buy another tire but toyo M/T.
By Punch from Tennessee
You get what you pay for!
I have 50,000 miles on these tires and will probably get over 60,000. I will definitely buy these again.
By Eze from Houston, Tx
I do mostly city driving and the driving on the ranch. The tires are great. They are quiet on the highway. Great tread and aggressive looking yet pretty quiet. Have yet to get stuck with them on the truck. If you want a quiet tire and with an aggressive look then get theses. They are well worth the money.
The Toyo Tire company was founded in 1945 in Osaka, Japan as a manufacturer or everyday tires. In 1953 Toyo Tires built a factory in Itami, Japan. In 1966 the company established an U.S. headquarters during the U.S. auto boom. In the 2000's Toyo Tires entered the off-roading tire market with the very well received Open Country line. Open Country tires are manufactured in Toyo Tires' factory in Georgia. In 2012 Open Country was on the trucks driven by Robby Gordon who won the SSTD Grand Championship, Bj Baldwin who won the LOORS Pro 4 Championship and Kyle Leduc who wone the SCORE overall Championship. This same full line of winning Open Country tires is available to our customers. Shop Toyo Tires Now