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  • Caring for and Getting to Know Your Bridgestone Blizzaks

  • …roads. A Blizzak's tread compound comprises the top 55 percent of the tire's tread depth with an underlying base winter compound making up the remaining 45 percent. The Blizzak LM, or Lamella line, is their performance winter family of snow tires. This compound features tread designs with…

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  • Multicell Tread Compound for Winter

  • tread wears, new pores and tubes are constantly exposed. This flexible rubber compound improves the tire's grip in cold conditions while the bite particles attached to the tubes scratch at packed snow and icy surfaces for traction. When 50 percent worn, a tread depth indicator molded into the tread

  • Best Toyota Avalon Tires

  • …worn away, the remaining "D" indicates the tire has appropriate tread depth for dry conditions only. Do you live in an area where winter / snow tires will be needed? Then look no further than the Bridgestone Blizzak WS70. I always say if you can't get through the snow with this tire,…

  • Test Review of Blizzak WS70

  • …experience testing the Bridgestone Blizzak WS60 and was able to compare its characteristics to the WS70 he installed on his vehicle. Here is his story:This past winter, I embarked on a 1200-mile (round-trip) drive with the Bridgestone Blizzak WS70 at full tread depth. With the tires installed two…

  • Bridgestone Blizzak Snow Tires: Why I Personally Recommend Them

  • …Confidence. #1 Tread Depth Why doesn't a race slick work well in the snow? One reason is tread depth. Where most all-season tires and summer tires start at 10/32nds or less, most of the Blizzak snow tires start at 12/32nds or more. This helps provide traction in the deep snow. Read Tread Depth: Why…

  • Top Dedicated Winter Performers to Consider

  • …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 compared to the Blizzak. Whether you're looking…

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