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When you need UTV mud tires that can really bite, you can count on Rocky Mountain ATV/MC to deliver some of the best options out there. Whether you expect to mix up your mudding with long trail rides or just want something that can handle the most intense mud bogs out there, we’ve got a tire that will be perfect for you.
If you want something that will allow your UTV to tackle the most extreme conditions, look for a tire with deep lugs and an aggressive tread pattern. These tires really know how to dig in and paddle their way through even the most challenging of circumstances. Their self-cleaning abilities mean that you can keep going when your buddies get stuck.
If you find yourself riding terrains as varied as dirt, rocks and snow along with your mud, be on the lookout for a tire with a more conservative tread pattern. Many products are available which can bite the mud and still handle suitably on a variety of terrains. You won’t be disappointed with an option like one of these.
We have the big brands that are known for their mud tires, including Gorilla, ITP, Kenda and many others. Take a quick look at our selection to discover what can soon be propelling your UTV through some excellent mud adventures.
Mark in NT
This is my second set. The first are on my 2013 Rincon. Cant fault them. Tough, reliable, and a good ride to boot. i ride mostly hard pack, but when it rains in the Northern Territory, Australia, the mud is thick and deep. These tyres have not let me down yet. Of course I have been bogged a couple of times, but with a bit of weight shifting they find traction and drag me out of every bog hole I can find. Need to run lower pressures than normal. I'm runing about 2.5 - 3 psi. the side walls are very stiff and I reckon I could run them flat ( lower speed of course) to get me out of trouble. Will definately buy these again. 650kms on the last set and they hardly look worn considering the amount of circle work I do... lol. Cheers MarkRead All Reviews
John in Kentucky
I received my bear claws at my doorstep. Shipped fast, tires came pressed together. These tires grip well in mud and ride smooth on the highway. They grip well up steep hills and rocky terrain, overall a very good "All-in-one" tire at an unbeatable price. At least 100 miles on them already! Very satisfied, highly recommend!Read All Reviews
james in New York
these tires are amazing in mud gets through anything you want them too! they are also amazing water padles through water like a out board engine.these tires are light and durable i would highly recomend them so serious grip and power.Also my yamaha kodiak 450 spins 27s without a clutch kit with no rub either.Read All Reviews
James in PA
I purchased these to replace my worn out front tires. They mounted easily and after 3 full 8 hour days of very tough cross country riding consisting of Rocks, Roots, Ruts, Hill Climbs, and Hard Pack, I feel that these have performed very well and have stood up to very tough abuse. I would recommend these as a low cost option for tire replacment.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