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Superior Braking and Cornering in Cold, Winter Conditions - The main difference between winter tires and all-season or summer tire is the type of rubber in the tread, and the pattern molded into the tread. Regular all-season tread rubber, and the rubber used in high performance summer tires become hard at cold temperatures, which causes the tires to lose traction even on dry, cold roads. Winter tires have rubber that is formulated to stay pliable even at temperatures below 42 degrees Fahrenheit. For grip on ice and snow, winter tires have a large number of sipes, or small cuts, molded into the tread block. We have a huge selection of winter tires, from premium brands like Michelin Tires, Nokian Tires and Bridgestone Tires, to cheap winter tires from brands like Antares.
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