Best All-Season Tires for Snow

It's late summer and I am already taking calls from drivers asking which tires have the best winter traction. As you may already know, using winter / snow tires will give you the best winter traction. Since not everyone wants to or needs a dedicated set of winter tires, drivers who can use all-season tires in areas that see only light snow should consider tires in the following categories: 

After you select the performance category, you can filter based on winter performance and your tire's size. 

If you live in an area that receives its fair share of snow and ice, you can't beat the performance of a set of dedicated winter / snow tires. Remember, all-season tires are a compromise intended to provide acceptable traits under a wide variety of conditions.

Using our Winter Tire Decision Guide will help you narrow down your choices and lead you to the tires that are right for how and where you drive this winter.

  • Easy-to-compare results
  • Short list sorted by performance category
  • Includes top recommendations

Start with the Winter Tire Decision Guide and find the all-season tire that's best for you.


Friday, December 6, 2013 by Dave Sawtelle

What is difference between grand touring all-season and standard touring all season? I live in Maine and currently have Michelin Pilot HX MXM4. What would you recommend? Thank you!
Wednesday, December 11, 2013 by colin

Hello Dave,
A grand touring tires as a whole will offer better handling than standard touring. What is your tire size?

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