Wrangler AT/S tires are Goodyear’s On-/Off-Road All-Terrain light truck tires developed for the drivers of two- and four-wheel drive pickups and full-size sport utility vehicles looking for satisfying on- and off-road capabilities. The Wrangler AT/S is designed to handle tough off-road conditions, provide pleasing on-road manners and generate traction in dry, wet and wintry conditions.

Wrangler AT/S tires use a tough tread compound molded into a multi-faceted symmetric tread design featuring aggressive independent wraparound shoulder blocks and interlocking center blocks to combine rugged looks and low noise. Dual self-cleaning Traction Lug Channels and strong lateral notches in the shoulder area enhance on- and off-road traction in dry, wet and wintry conditions. The tire’s internal structure includes twin high-tensile steel belts and a polyester cord body to combine durability with ride quality.

SIZEUTQGMAX.
LOAD
Max. Inflation PressureTread DepthTire WeightRim Width RangeMeas. Rim WidthSect. WidthTread WidthOverall Diam.Revs. Per Mile
LT215/75R15
106/103S
None2,095 lbs65 psi15/32"31 lbs5.5-7"6"8.5"6.1"27.7"750
P265/70R17
113S
360 A B2,535 lbs44 psi13/32"41 lbs7-9"8"10.7"NA31.7"660

7 COMMENTS

  1. These came on my new 2015 GMC Sierra and they just crossed 60k along with the truck. First impressions on the new Tires when it was all new was that it rode and was quiet as a Cadillac. 60k Later and it still does. Im not to the wear lines yet but being from upstate central New York I want to replace them before the snow fly’s again in a couple months. I do mixed driving Because I live in upstate central new york. Even highway driving can get interesting here in the winter. On the highway and in towing I have had ZERO issues with these tires getting grip or being comfortable on good dry roads and highways EVER. Only in the last couple thousand miles had I noticed a slip or two on wet roads with 60,000 miles on them. I needed to get to the hospital for my ankle in the middle of a blizzard last winter when we got 4 ft inside of 12 hours. It was insane! But I got there AND Back about 40 miles round trip in the worst of whiteout conditions with snow falling at a rate of 6-8 inches an hour. It was straight up nuts. Cars, Trucks Tractor trailers everywhere were all in ditches off the road and stuck in the middle of the road because the snow was so deep they were bottoming out and I crawled through. Last spring we had some major storms come through with severe flash flooding that I had to get through to get a Horse Trailer and re-locate some horses. I against my better judgement drove it through plenty of flooding roadways and in two cases freaking raging rapids going across the road. I got there and with these tires with somewhere between 45-50 thousand miles on them. I read a lot of poor reviews on these tires and I am perplexed at how they can be so all over the place. I can only assume that because you have a vehicle that —-s in bad weather doesn’t mean the tires do. I have not one bad thing to say about them as they have performed better than any other tire I have ever had on anything. I would be an idiot to replace them with something else after this.

  2. Excellent tire. Road noise is really minimal. Great traction in all conditions. Really had a problem in 20″ of snow. Tires came with a truck as original equipment. First set of tires last 120000 miles!!!!! No rotation involved. Now I am on second set at 100000 miles. Would buy again if needed.

  3. I bought this tire because it is a TPC spec tire for my GM truck. I wanted to get back to a baseline with ride/noise so I wanted a GM TPC spec tire. I can say without hesitation that this is the smoothest riding tire I’ve ever had on this vehicle. GM dealers have mandatory purchase high end pre-calibrated Hunter Road Force balancers. Maybe that is why its so smooth. I have had luck with this tire in mud (hunting) and light snow. For the price and comfort you can’t go wrong.

  4. These have been the best tires I have ever owned. No hydroplane to speak of. No unintentional or surprise loss of traction. If I did lose traction it was because I was pushing to hard. Never had a real problem in mud, dirt, snow. As long as you are in the proper gear or setup you won’t have a problem. And 65 to 70 in 2 inches of snow is awesome although I don’t recommend it (Do to others on the road).

  5. Original equipment. Tires had original tread design. Be careful here as Goodyear has slightly modified the tread since then. Noise was within reason when they were new, but they get noisier with wear – a lot noisier. This is really their only downfall. Awesome traction in all of my travels in MN. From deep snow to glazed hard pack, these tires have provided great traction. Their wear is nearly perfect. I can cut the back tires loose from a stop on wet pavement a little easier than I would like. Now I am just waiting for them to actually wear out (again noise). Even at 85K miles, these tire are still digging in. All four tires do seem to leak some amount of air as well at this age, but no leaks have been found – not even the valve stems. I am assuming then that it may be in the tire bead, but I have never run into something like that before.

  6. I do like the long tread life of these tires. I mostly do the city and highway driving. Occasionally go off road but not often, I have a habit of getting in nasty situations off-roading. The ride is nice, pretty quiet. But I hate the winter conditions reliability of these tires. That is the only reason I would not buy them again. They don’t stick to ice and snow very well for me. Too much sliding, even when slowing down being cautious. After 8 years I have put approximately 42000 miles on them. And still have a little tread life, but the side walls are starting to crack from being so old. And I would not want to use them another winter.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here