Wild Country Trail 4sx

Wild Country Trail 4sx

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Tire Info

Class
  • Commercial Light Truck/Van
  • Passenger Light Truck/Pick-up
  • Passenger Light Truck/SUV
Category
All-Season (A/S)
Subcategory
  • All Terrain (A/T)
  • Radial
All-Season, All-Terrain Radial Tire for Passenger SUV's, Light Trucks, Pickups and Vans, Both On and Off The Road. Carries the 3PMSF Symbol for Severe Winter Conditions.

Features

* Aggressive open shoulder tread design

* Extra deep tread sipes at varying angles

* Jagged edge tread blocks

* Zigzag grooves and continuous center block

* 55,000 Mile Limited Treadwear Warranty

Benefits

* Expels water, snow, slush and mud for optimum traction in all terrain conditions

* Improve comfort without sacrificing traction

* Improve grip on ice and in the mud, providing superior traction

* Provide outstanding grip and superior handling

Wild Country Trail 4sx Reviews

5 reviews

Overall rating 
 
3.7
Dry Grip 
 
4.2  (5)
Wet Grip 
 
3.3  (5)
Snow/Ice 
 
4.4  (4)
Handling 
 
3.9  (5)
Comfort 
 
3.7  (5)
Noise 
 
4.0  (5)
Treadwear 
 
2.6  (5)
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Wet Grip
Snow/Ice
Handling
Comfort
Noise
Treadwear
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Overall rating 
 
4.6
Dry Grip 
 
5.0
Wet Grip 
 
5.0
Snow/Ice 
 
5.0
Handling 
 
4.0
Comfort 
 
4.0
Noise 
 
4.0
Treadwear 
 
5.0

I bought these tires for my old pickup after I decided not to go cheap. These tires were literally $3 more each than the Linglong Crosswinds I almost got stuck with. I'm glad I upgraded.

So far I am very impressed with the ride comfort, low noise level and fine traction in on-road driving, wet or dry. I can't yet comment on off-road, but I would note that if you're going to be frequently (or infrequently) in mud, buy a different tire. These aren't gonna get you very far, but they're ***NOT*** mud tires.

What they are, however, is a very well made and capable tire that I am proud to have on my old Chevy. I think you'll be satisfied if you give them a try.

Vehicle:  1996  Chevrolet  C1500
Distance Driven on Tires:  100 KM
Driving Condition:  Combined Highway/City
Would buy again?  Definitely
Size:  235/75 15
Driving Style:  Average
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Overall rating 
 
3.9
Dry Grip 
 
4.5
Wet Grip 
 
4.0
Snow/Ice 
 
4.5
Handling 
 
4.5
Comfort 
 
4.5
Noise 
 
4.5
Treadwear 
 
1.0

I went to tire shop hoping to get another set of the Radial XTX tires, but they stopped carrying that tire, so I settled for the Trail 4SX. Great in snow, they do well in rain, they handle nicely in dry conditions and aren’t too noisey. But the tirewear, come on! I have about 11,000 miles on these tires and they’re down to about 50%, which is the first set of wear bats. I might make it until summer before it’s time for replacements.

Vehicle:  2013  GMC  Sierra 1500
Distance Driven on Tires:  11,000 KM
Driving Condition:  Combined Off Road/Highway
Would buy again?  Probably Not
Size:  265/70 R17
Driving Style:  Average
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Overall rating 
 
2.8
Dry Grip 
 
3.5
Wet Grip 
 
2.0
Snow/Ice 
 
4.0
Handling 
 
2.0
Comfort 
 
1.5
Noise 
 
5.0
Treadwear 
 
1.5

The tire cost 130.00 a piece and all 4 tired wore out after 22,000 miles. I had to buy 5 because one blew a hole in the side. Another 125.00 and it wasn't the tire fault it just blew they said. Bad tire do not buy.

Vehicle:    Chevrolet  Tahoe
No tread after 22000 miles poor tire all 4
Distance Driven on Tires:  22,000 KM
Driving Condition:  Mostly City
Would buy again? 
Size:  /
Driving Style:  Easy Going
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Overall rating 
 
4.3
Dry Grip 
 
5.0
Wet Grip 
 
4.5
Snow/Ice 
 
4.0
Handling 
 
4.0
Comfort 
 
4.0
Noise 
 
4.0
Treadwear 
 
4.5

After checking out the info on Les Schwab tires online I was concerned about a tire handling
snow and ice condition which is present for 6-7 months a year. I have driven approximately 100 miles on them and was very pleased with the way they handled the winter roads. I was surprised to say the least, not to mention they look aggressive and the white letter look awesome.

Vehicle:    Ford 
2001 f250 with 150 body
Distance Driven on Tires:  100 KM
Driving Condition:  Combined Off Road/Highway
Would buy again?  Definitely
Size:  265/75 R16
Driving Style:  Average
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Overall rating 
 
2.8
Dry Grip 
 
3.0
Wet Grip 
 
1.0
Snow/Ice 
 
N/A
Handling 
 
5.0
Comfort 
 
4.5
Noise 
 
2.5
Treadwear 
 
1.0

I put these on my 97 Ford F-350 7.3 four wheel drive today. It's been raining for about two and a half hours and I couldn't pull a 15 foot 6 inch round tree.i got stuckin my yard also while trying to start out had to use 4 wheel drive. Worst tire i have ever bought. There is literally like 15 miles on them!!!

Vehicle:    Ford 
Distance Driven on Tires:  15 KM
Driving Condition:  Combined Off Road/Highway
Would buy again?  Definitely Not
Size:  285/75 R16
Driving Style:  Average
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