Built rugged for any terrain, this powerful 4×4 tire offers excellent off-road traction, durable construction, and aggressive styling.
What is the difference between the Toyo Open Country AT and the RT?
The R/T is a hybrid between the more-aggressive Open Country M/T and the Open Country A/T. So basically it’s an in-between from a mud tire and an all-terrain. Mud tires are great in certain conditions, not so great in others. The same can be said for all-terrains.
Are Toyo Open Country tires good for highway?
Whether you’re on the highway or traversing over rough patches of terrain, the Toyo Open Country A/T II tires will give you the confidence to forge ahead.
What does Toyo RT stand for?
R/T stands for “rugged terrain,” and in the off-road world, it represents a tire that slots between a mud-terrain (M/T) tire and an all-terrain (A/T) tire. The new Toyo Open Country R/T Trail is a tire that looks like an aggressive M/T but provides more of the driving performance found in an A/T.