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Toyo Introduces the Nitto Nomad All-Weather Crossover Terrain Tire

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Nitto Nomad. PHOTO Toyo Tire Canada

Toyo Tire Canada announces the addition of the Nomad Grappler crossover-terrain tire to its Nitto line of aftermarket tires.

Engineered to meet the needs of the popular CUV overlanding community, this all-weather tire features the Three-Peak Mountain Snowflake symbol, which indicates it’s capable of providing dependable traction and driving confidence in cold weather conditions.

The Nomad Grappler features an innovative tread pattern that blends key features of the popular Durra Grappler H/T and Recon Grappler A/T tire to provide a quiet, comfortable ride for city driving yet is aggressive enough to provide off-road traction for your weekend overlanding adventure.

Features of the Nomad Grappler include a zig-zag lateral pattern that maintains consistent traction throughout the life of the tire while a double shoulder edge reduces irregular wear and minimizes noise for city driving. Overlanders will also appreciate the peace of mind knowing the Nomad Grappler features one of the thickest sidewalls and deepest sidewall lug depths in its class.

The Nomad Grappler is ideally suited for many of the most popular CUV’s in the overlanding community with 25 sizes in rim widths ranging from 17”-20” and speed ratings T, H, and V. The Nomad Grappler is covered by a 100,000 km treadwear warranty.

To learn more about the Nomad Grappler and the full line of Nitto tires to fit any lifestyle, please visit www.nittotires.ca.

 

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