The Adventuro AT II from GT Radial features exhilarating off-road performance in all types of terrains to go
with dependable on-roads manners. Developed for drivers of light duty pickups and SUV's, the AT II is engineered
for year round traction and handling and a longer tread life.
A tough all-terrain tread compound is molded into a computer-optimized tread pattern with larger tread blocks
for increased handling abilities. The balanced void ratio provides added wet pavement traction and reduces the risk
Wider lugs and the tire's open shoulder grooves enhance off-road traction in mud, sand and rocks. The tread is
designed to self-clean itself of mud and snow, and it does this quite well. Performance in the mud is very good on
Inside the tread you will find two steel belts with a nylon cap ply that add more strength and durability to the
tire, as well as increased handling. A polyester cord body creates better overall ride comfort. The AT II is
available in 15-18 inch sizes and comes in load ratings of up to an E.
On and off-road traction and handling are impressive
Very good at clearing mud from the tread
Treadlife is excellent
Good value for the money
A little extra road noise
We were quite impressed with these AT II's. They go through mud, dirt, sand, gravel, rocks and other terrain as
well as some of the bigger name brands. They do a nice job of clearing the mud and the overall ride quality is
pretty comfortable for an all-terrain tire. In addition, tire stability is another positive. Steering is responsive
and you feel more in control on various terrains, as well as on the highway.
Sure, you can expect a little extra road noise, but the noise is not overbearing. Treadlife is excellent, with
many reviews from other tire owners saying the same thing. Overall, this is a tire that performs well and provides
good value for the money.
The AT II comes with a limited tread warranty. Tire uniformity is guaranteed for the first 2/32 inch of wear.
Materials and workmanship are warranted for 5-years include free replacement during the first 2/32 inch of wear. A
prorated amount is given for the remaining time period or until the tire reaches the final 2/32 inch of tread