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Milestar Launches New All-Weather Tire

Tireco’s Milestar brand, a leader of high value performance tires, has launched the all-new WeatherGuard AW365 tire for passenger cars and CUVs.

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Tireco’s Milestar brand, a leader of high value performance tires, has launched the all-new WeatherGuard  AW365 tire for passenger cars and CUVs. This all-weather tire carries the Three Peak Mountain Snowflake symbol and it’s engineered to tackle everything from scorching summers to long harsh winters.

“We’re excited to debut the Weatherguard AW365 for true all weather driving confidence,” said Andrew Hoit, Tireco’s vice president of sales and marketing. “This versatile tire continues to help broaden the Milestar family of tires and deepen our lineup of all-weather, Three Peak Mountain Snowflake products.”

The WeatherGuard AW365 tire utilizes an all-new silica-enriched compound with an all-weather asymmetric tread design to promote superior traction in dry, wet, and snow conditions. Interlocking circumferential blocks provide excellent traction and aid with directional stability while angled tread notches reduce noise and improve overall tread life. Variable depth siping and large lateral grooves allow for water evacuation for improved all-weather performance, while 3D siping integrated into the tread blocks improve braking stability during inclement conditions.

The new tire will be available in early 2018 with 19 popular OE replacement sizes, in S, T, and H speed ratings.

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