Atturo Trail Blade M/T Tire Review & Rating

The Atturo Trail Blade M/T features one of the most aggressive and cutting-edge designs you’ll find in an MT tire. The menacing sidewall design is modeled after Quartermaster Knives Karambit type blades and is well-suited for drivers looking for both performance and looks to add to any light truck, SUV and other 4×4’s.

Trail Blade MT tires sport a cut and chip resistant tread compound, an 8 or 10-ply construction, depending on the size, and a 3-ply sidewall (on LT sizes) that provides added strength and durability in the roughest of off-road conditions. One note on the tread pattern is that it looks very similar to the Toyo MT, which is one of the better tires in this class.

Atturo Trail Blade M/T Tire ReviewAtturo has built-in stone throwers between the shoulder treads that effectively kick-out rocks and other debris to increase traction, while the tire’s alternating scalloped shoulder blocks add to lateral traction on dirt, sand and other loose surfaces.

On the highway, Atturo has added beveled center tread blocks that help with reducing road noise, which is not as noisy as many other MT tires. Deeper sipes and a contoured center channel on the shoulder blocks are designed to increase grip on wet pavement and reduce hydroplane risks.

A built-in rim protector further protects your wheels from potential damaging rocks and other debris. The Atturo Trail Blade MT is available in a wide range of 16-22 inches. A limited tread warranty is provided for all sizes.


  • Very good off-road performance
  • On-road dry/wet traction
  • Good ride quality
  • Tread wears well
  • Budget-priced


  • Not the best for serious rock crawling

Overall Thoughts

Make no mistake, there’s a lot to like about the Trail Blade M/T and it all starts with its aggressive good looks. We give Atturo credit for its unique knife-blade looks that is not just good looking, but very effective in gripping into all types of terrain without issue.

Traction on dirt, mud, sand, gravel and other terrain is equal to what you find on many bigger name brand mud tires that cost much more than this model. On the road you’ll find reliable traction and handling. Whether dry or wet, the Trail Blade gets around nicely. Road noise is not excessive, but you’ll hear some hum as you would expect.

Overall, this tire may surprise you with its solid performance. We’ve heard the same from other drivers in reviews as well. As a second-tier MT tire we rank it among the better tires in this category.

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What Vehicles Will The Trail Blade M/T Fit?

(This is not a complete list of ALL vehicles this tire will fit)

  • Chevrolet Silverado, Colorado, K1500, Avalanche, S10, Blazer, Tahoe
  • Dodge Ram, Dakota, Durango
  • Ford F-150, Ranger, Bronco, Expedition
  • GMC Sierra, Canyon, Jimmy, Suburban
  • Hummer H3
  • Isuzu Trooper, Hombre5, Rodeo, Amigo S
  • Mitsubishi Montero
  • Nissan Crew Cab, Titan, Pathfinder
  • Jeep Wrangler, Cherokee, Grand Cherokee, Liberty, CJ5, CJ7
  • Land Rover Range Rover
  • Toyota FJ Cruiser, 4Runner, Tacoma, Tundra

Atturo Trail Blade MT Tire Sizes


LT265/75R16 123/120Q BW
LT285/75R16 126/123Q BW


LT265/70R17 121/118Q BW
33X12.5R17LT 114Q BW
35X12.5R17LT 121Q BW


LT275/65R18 123/120Q BW
33X12.5R18LT 118Q BW
35X12.5R18LT 123Q BW


255/55R19 111S XL BW


LT285/50R20 119/116R BW
33X12.5R20LT 114Q BW
35X12.5R20LT 121Q BW
37×13.50R20LT 127Q BW


33×12.50R22LT 109Q BW
35×12.50R22LT 117Q BW
37×13.50R22LT 123Q BW

Price Range

Atturo Trail Blade M/T prices range from approximately $167 and up. You may also find occasional rebates, discount prices, coupons and special offers on this tire.


Atturo provides a limited tread warranty on the Trail Blade MT.

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3 thoughts on “Atturo Trail Blade M/T Tire Review & Rating

  1. I can give an honest time proven review here… I have had the 285 75 R16 (effectively 33″) size tyres for exactly 4 years now and I can say that they maybe have another 6 months of technical life left in them if I want to roll them till the end (I don’t do many KMs)… but in all honestly I won’t. After about 1.5 years of use I noticed very uneven wear in the tread pattern starting. Alternate tread lugs started scalloping away in a concave wear which meant that they became rougher and noisier on road. To the point where pulling up at a set of lights I could notice every roll of the wheel with a slight jolt. 4 years on and the tread pattern is so uneven that they are a constant vibration… And this is with regular tyre rotations and balances. You may say that 4 years out of a tyre is great! And in that respect I’ll say that if they wore a little more even it would be… but essentially given the bad wear started so early in the piece then I’m not sure they are worth the buy to be frank.
    Another element I have to share is wet weather performance is non-existent. The compound just doesn’t lend to much wet weather grip on road at all. I know that in general M/T tyres suffer from this but in all the types I’ve had, these take it to another level of danger.
    Yes they look good. Yes they are a cheap… and YES they are off road tyres through and through. So if you want a set of tyres that will take you anywhere off-road without any on-road comfort or wear longevity then these will be great as a second pair for doing just that… but I wouldn’t recommend them as an option for a daily driving truck.

  2. I own a Ford F150 and have the 35×12.50R22LT Atturo Trail Blade M/T. They look rugged and I get a lot of compliments on them. I have them on Helo 22″ rims. They are not too loud and do not vibrate at high speeds. I normally drive 60-85 miles per hour on the highway. Highly recommended! I will buy again.

    1. I had the same issue as Jergen, at about 22000 miles the tire wear every other lug wore more causing my truck to vibrate, loved the tires up until that point, I liked how they didn’t hydroplane when hitting rain puddles, won’t buy again because of the inconsistent wear

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