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A high-performance winter tyre specially designed for SUV and 4×4 vehicles.

  • Cold weather silica compound offers improved grip, traction and braking in the depths of winter
  • Advanced shoulder design evacuates water and reduces aquaplaning
  • 3D sipes and winter-stable tread for enhanced snow handling
Aquaplaning Resistance Enhanced Cold-Weather Traction Enhanced Stability
3D, Stay-Open Sipes
Stay open when they make contact with the ground, so they can bite into snow more effectively
Advanced Shoulder Design
The shoulder is specially designed to reduce aquaplaning with small holes that efficiently absorb the thin layer of water that coats ice and snow
Winter-Stable Tread Design
The extended centre arrow block improves handling and braking stability while the large directional blocks on either side improve wet and dry grip
Cold Weather Tread Compound
The Winter Star’s high silica tread compound is formulated to improve grip, traction and braking in the extreme cold of winter

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Tyre Size Guide

The normal width of the tyre
The aspect ratio, this mark represents the height of the tyre sidewall
The diameter of the tyres inner rim in inches
Load capacity of the tyre
The maximum speed for this tyre at full load

Understanding The EU Tyre Label

Fuel Efficiency

Rolling resistance has a direct impact on fuel consumption. A tyre's rolling resistance score ranges from A to E. Over the life of the tyre, fitting an A rated tyre could save you up to 6 litres more fuel every 625 miles - when compared to a E rated tyre.

Wet Grip

A tyre's wet grip capacity is expressed in Grades from A to E. The difference in braking distances between each grade is roughly 3m - an average car length. This makes average stopping distance between an A and E rated tyre 18m. That's 4 car lengths.

Noise Levels

The exterior noise grade of a tyre is expressed in decibels - accompanied by a grade ranging from A to B, with A being the best noise level performance.