Super Swamper Atv Tires Sale
Super Swamper ATV tires are one of the more popular brands on the market today. One of the great things you can depend on with Super Swampers is variety and choice.
Prices range from $143 to $188 each.
For starters, let’s take a quick look at the first offering.
These bad boys are designed with advanced radial design that offers better ride and traction in just about any situation. The radial design provides high and low speed handling.
Don’t let the term lite mislead you. These have a 6-ply rating. And, they work great in eight snow, mud, or the hardest pack dirt you can find. You will get great performance and a lighter ground distribution.
The Super Swamper TSL ATV Tire series is designed with performance in mind. These tires provide solid grip in slushy conditions and will grip those tight pack conditions. Lateral traction on the tire has been redesigned to allow for a bit more side skid. This will help prevent the ATV from flipping over on hard turns. The versatility of the Super Swamper TSL has provided a new user experience for the enthusiast.
These Super Swampers depart from the other in the series. When you are looking for super rugged terrain handling, then this is for you. Expect very deep tread 43/32nd worth. You get forward and reverse traction. These guys are so thick that they often continue to work even when punctured as long as they don’t come off the seat on the rim.
Finally, these are for exactly what they say… sand. These paddle tires are great for budget minded riders. Designed for dunes, they will make sure that you don’t drift and let the sand control you. The fron tires are ribbed while the rear tires are paddles. You don’t compromise quality or ride with Super Swamper V45 Sand Tires.
Right now, you can find Super Swampers on sale here.
Are Super Swamper ATV Tires any good?
Well, we looked around to different ATV Forums and overall we found consumer sentiment to be positive.
Here are some comments we found at atvconnection.
I have 25×9.50×12′s all the way around on my Wolverine and I really like them. Great traction and they seem to be pretty tough.
i have the vampires on my honda 300 and they are awesome in everything. they last forever. the only thing is they are really heavy, but its worth it. the tsl’s are alot less agressive and the tread is alot shorter. i would get vampires or outlaws.
I have a buddy that has them and he’ll probably see your post and reply but I’ve heard him say they may not be as aggressive and Outlaws, Vamps, or Mud Bugs, but they ride much smoother on trails. He goes everywhere the rest of us go and I think his issue is more ground clearance than tread pattern. The cost is a lot less than the aggressive treads, too.