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About ATV Snow Tires

In very deep snow, you want a tire with medium lug depth, to avoid getting stuck. Although you could eventually dig yourself out with aggressive tires, what you’re looking for is an ATV snow tire with good flotation. This is exactly what it sounds like; you want your vehicle to “float” on top of the snow instead of sinking in.

On the other hand, if you’re riding your ATV in the snow that isn’t quite as deep, and you want to make sure that when the wheels find the ground they can dig in and get you where you need to go, you may want a tire with deeper lugs. In that case, ATV mud tires can double as ATV snow tires.

Our Recommended Ply on Snow Tires

If you are an occasional or weekend enthusiast, then you can get by with mud tires that you can use year-round. Our tire experts recommend the tires you choose are at a minimum of 4-ply rated. You never know what’s under the snow you are on.

We do carry a few 2-ply ATV snow tires. The 2-ply snow tires are designed for use on top of ice and snow and are primarily used for higher speeds and racing. If you need to dig into the cold stuff, you need a heavier ply tire.

If you use your ATV more frequently or carry heavier loads like maybe an extra 200 pounds of deer on your return trip, you should consider a 6 or 8 ply tire. In addition to better puncture resistance, you need thicker tires for the added load capacity.

If the terrain is fairly rough, look for tires that have added shoulder protection such as wrap-around tread lugs.

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ATV Snow Tire Reviews

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See some of the top rated ATV snow tires we offer. All these are reviews from verified customers on

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Maxxis Snow Tires
I’ve never tried these tires in the snow but these tires work great in the sand Glamis Sand dunes ATC250r, 400ex, Trx450r best sand tire less drag on the motor but still hooks up great. 5 Star, shoot 10 Star really 42 years riding Glamis sand I’ve learned a few things.
Steve shaw, Verified Customer
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Maxxis Mudbug Tires
I had an alignment issue with too much toe out that coincided with a road getting paved and we started riding more on paved surfaces on parts of organized rides (the front tires wore down fast). The rear tires show some wear but not enough to replace since its an 02 Foreman with 2WD/4WD. I believe the compound is too soft for someone riding mostly on pavement, but this tire and tread is meant to be ridden on dirt. Tires have good traction in mud and for woods riding to set a stand or bring a buck out. Never had to patch or plug the first set but that may just be luck.
Charles Anderson, Verified Customer
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