Michelin LTX Winter


    LTX® Winter

    Light Truck

  • Winter

The MICHELIN® LTX Winter commercial light truck tire provides excellent winter traction and grip through snow, ice, slush, plus dry and wet weather conditions, for safe driving winter after winter.

Why should you consider this tire?

  • Outstanding Snow Traction that lasts winter after winter

    Outstanding snow traction that lasts winter after winter

    The new 3-D Active Sipes , which includes over 1,000 biting edges, optimized contact patch and MaxTouch Construction combine to deliver long lasting, reliable snow mobility.

  • Uncompromising Michelin Ice Traction to safeguard drivers and cargo

  • Total Performance

Don't just take our word for it

  • User reviews

    4.1 / 5 based on 62 reviews
    98% of respondents would recommend this to a friend

    What do I need Snow Tires For??

    5 / 5
    By Island Living from British Columbia - Dodge Ram 2500 Van - All-Season

    First Set of Full Snow Tires I've put on any vehicle I've owned. Always have bought Michelin LTXs for my trucks and vans and never have been disappointed. I've always liked the Mud & Snow all season tires in winter thinking that the full winter tire would not provide a noticeable difference in grip and braking. I thought I would treat myself to a full winter rated tire on our newer ProMaster Van . After the first snowfall this week I took them out to see how they would do. What a difference ! Super grippy stopping on snow and ice amazing. With the front wheel drive on the ProMaster and these LTX Winter Load E rated tires it feels like a 4 WD

    9 Apr 2018 , 10:08PM
    Thanks for your feedback Island Living! It's much appreciated.


    5 / 5
    By old timer from Ontario - Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD - All-Season

    OK, here we are end December 2016, & I've had enough serious snow/slush/slippery conditions here in SW & SE Ontario Canada to deal with that I can definitely claim the "Winter" LTX is far superior to the "All Season" LTX this time of year in all respects, no contest...the Winter LX may appear similar to the A/S LTX, but it's not the same tire at all...I'm sure it helps that I have some 2,500 lbs sitting on each front wheel, but rear wheelspin from stop is noticeably less...in 4wd it's a tank, and it stops on demand, As a bonus, the soft Winter compound rides much better than the harder A/S compound...very VERY satisfied with these tires...

    19 Jan 2017 , 10:53PM
    Thanks for the great feedback long haul!

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