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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.
Justin in PA
Since a friend I ride with rides everywhere I do I noticed he didn't have any plugs at all. Rocky, muddy trails and the sharp rocks would puncture my old Bearclaw tires. He had these tires for over a year and 0 plugs in them. I ran them for 2 rides on my 800 and pulled them off to keep them for my new XP1K.Read All Reviews
Ralph in ON
The ITP Blackwater Evolution tire on the Honda Pioneer 500 has great traction in snow and in mud. The ride is slightly different than the original 4 ply factory tires, it is more firm but acceptable. The 8 ply tire is a must have for North-Western Ontario.Read All Reviews
marc in Minnesota
i have a 2.5" lift just so you know. i put the 28 x 11 x 14 on all 4 corners. they are a normal rough ride like all big lug tires are untill your going over 7mph. after that there fine. a group of use went ditch running in march 2 were polaris 900 rzr and 2 commanders mine beeing 1 of the commanders. we all had aftermarket tires of some sort. they all used 4 wheel drive all day and i never used it once if that tells you anything. we were in snow drifts, mud, water and these tires did great. 2 of the other guys are getting these tires now. i have about 500miles on now driving on tar, gravel,mud,snow and they are showing no signs of wear. they are heavy tires im going to get a clutch kit for the type of riding i do its needed. good luck hope this helps someone out. have fun!!!!!!!!!!!!Read All Reviews