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Atturo Expands Partnership with Carlson Moto

Atturo Tire has expanded its partnership with Carlson Moto and professional short-course off-road driver Andrew Carlson for the 2018 season.

Atturo Tire Off-Road Mud Terrain Carlson Moto Sponsorshop
Atturo Tire Launches Atturo ST200 Trailer Tire

Atturo Tire’has launched its Atturo ST200 tire, an ST-rated tire for trailer use with a construction that’s designed for heavy loads carried at a higher center of gravity.

Atturo ST200
Atturo Debuts New Touring Tire

Atturo Tire announces its new touring tire, designed for today’s SUVs and crossovers – the AZ610.

Atturo Moves to New Headquarters

Atturo Tire Corp. today announced that the company is in the process of moving to a new corporate headquarters and warehouse facility. The new location, 3250 N. Oak Grove Avenue in Waukegan, Ill., includes both a new warehouse and larger team of employees to increase the speed and response rates of order shipments to better serve their customers,

Atturo Partners with Charity to Collect Infant Care Items

Atturo Tire Corp. will partner with the charity Twice As Nice Mother & Child to raise money for infant care essentials such as diapers during the TORC: The Off Road Championships (“The Chicagoland Slam”) in Chicago. According to a report from the White House in March 2016, 1 in 3 families in America struggles to afford

#SEMA/GTE: Atturo Shows Trail Blade Boss

Atturo Tire released the Trail Blade Boss, the fourth addition to the company’s Trail Blade line, at this week’s SEMA Show/Global Tire Expo (booth #43301). Designed for extra-large sizes – initial offerings range from 17- to 24-inch wheel diameters – the tire’s tread design was inspired by the oversized Quartermaster QSA-1 Boss Hog knife, which

Atturo Rolls Out Trail Blade X/T

Atturo Tire Corp. developed its new Trail Blade X/T due to consumer demand for a tire with more on-road performance coupled with off-road styling similar to the company’s Trail Blade M/T, said the tiremaker. The tire combines the sidewall and shoulder style of the M/T with a tread for highway and trail use, Atturo said.