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  • The Michelin X-Ice Xi3 is Now Available at Tire Rack

  • …& Snow tire from Michelin. Designed for coupes, sedans, family vans and small crossover vehicles, the tire provides superior wintertime traction and safety. Michelin X-Ice Xi3 Michelin X-Ice Xi3 X-Ice Xi3 tires feature Michelin's FLeX-Ice silica-based winter tread rubber compound. FleX-Ice…

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  • How Do Winter / Snow Tires Work?

  • …deep tread pattern that will pack snow in, causing snow on snow contact, and therefore, providing excellent traction. When there's less deep tread depth, the tire is less likely to hold snow. This is why tires designed for muddy conditions don't do as well in snow. Michelin X-Ice Xi2 Bridgestone…

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  • New Dunlop Winter Maxx Tires Installed on My Car

  • …service, my Michelin X-Ice Xi2 winter / snow tires have finally worn to the point where they needed to be replaced. While they were not bald, the tread depth had worn to about 4/32nds of an inch, which is more shallow than recommended for effective snow traction. Tires at low tread depths can only…

  • Go Play in the Snow

  • …resistance. Snow platform indicators are molded into the X-Ice Xi3's tread grooves to make the driver aware of when ice and snow traction will be reduced as the tire's tread reaches the point where the remaining tread depth becomes less effective in deep snow. If you've been grinding…

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  • …and Michelin X-Ice Xi3. I've noticed in my experience with both, that the added tread depth of the Blizzak helps with deep snow traction. Michelin's X-Ice Xi3 performs a little better on icy surfaces and tends to handle a bit tighter on clear roads due to the 2/32" difference in depth

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  • Bridgestone Blizzak WS70

  • …you, the driver, better grip. Improving upon the Blizzak WS60, the WS70 has more tread depth for better bite in deep snow conditions. After having tested this tires versus its main competition (Continental ExtremeWinterContact and Michelin X-Ice Xi2) I wouldn't trade the Blizzak WS70 for either.

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