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Founded in 1945, Duro tire company ensures every tire they sell is designed and manufactured to the highest safety standards while providing long life and maximum performance. Duro ATV tires have the most up-to-date tread designs and are known for their unmatched durability. Rocky Mountain ATV/MC carries Duro ATV tires made for sand, dirt, mud and snow and you can easily find the Duro tires that fit your machine by using our “Tire Finder” search.
If your ATV rides typically take you through swamps or sand dunes, the Duro Mud and Sand ATV Tire is perfect for you because it has a unique “paddle and knob” tread pattern for loose terrains. If you enjoy tackling bumpy trails or back roads, try the Duro Hook-Up Radial ATV Tire that has a horizontal tread pattern and lug design for excellent braking and instant acceleration. You can always trust Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.com to have the lowest prices on Duro ATV tires because we continually watch what our competitors charge for the same tires and then we make sure our prices are always lower. For the biggest selection and lowest prices on Duro ATV tires, shop the off-road industry leader – Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.
Phill in Virginia
Put these on a utility cart. Design and Traction are great as is the lack of noise on the road when riding. No problem climbing any hills and even made it up a shale bank with a short talus slope at the bottom. On bumpy ground you'd never know the tires aren't circles, but hit some smooth hard pack or a road and its crazy. The windshield and roof shake so bad I worry it might cause damage.Read All Reviews
Brendan in Montana
Have had these tires on my RZR for a year or more now but have only put about 300 miles on them. Since day one I have been fighting air leaks on three of the 4 and after having them checked out by 4 different reputable shops it was finally discovered by a good tech that there was a slow leak around the bead on 3 of the tires once mounted. It is a small defect/bump/warped spot in the tire bead. Basically when the machine sits for a week the tires all go flat. I have had my Vision Outback wheels checked and its not the wheels as I have tested my stock tires and they dont leak. When they do hold air they do ok on the trail it just sucks having to constantly add air. I also had a sidewall cut on my last ride this past memorial day and am now at a cross road. Do I just replace the one tire with the cut and keep dealing with air leaks or do I bite the bullet and get rid of these things and the headaches all together?? Drives me nuts as they still have a ton of tread left. Pretty disappointed to say the least.Read All Reviews