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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.
Brad in VA
Got these tires last year and so far i have been very pleased with their performance. Have yet to get myself into anything these tires couldnt get me out of. Havent had them long enough to comment on how they wear. Will post a new review after another season of heavy riding!Read All Reviews
ARIC in UT
I replaced stock tires with these and really like the Maxis Big Horn but felt like they were a little spending so I went with these as I like the tread pattern. I have about 500 miles on them and have absolutely zero complaints. Have traveled mostly on rock,sand, dirt, snow and mud and I have seen great performanceRead All Reviews
Chris in AZ
I bought a set of Vipers to replace my Maxxis Bighorns on the front of my T2 and although they're a little more expensive, I can't say they demonstrate any clear advantage over the stock rubber. They've earned their keep however, when I've(accidentally) hit boulders a few times at speeds that would probably have punctured cheaper tires. I like 'em, but will probably go with DOT tires when they wear out.Read All Reviews