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Here at Everything Can-Am Offroad, we offer the best Can-am Defender wheels and tires for all terrain types and off-road applications. Looking to creep around the farm without ripping up the grass? Look no further than a set of turf tires. Want a tire specialized for mud riding? ITP’s Criptid tires are phenomenal in the mud — although they ride like garbage everywhere else. We’ve got UTV sand tires, argo-style tires, and UTV paddle tires for dune riding, BTK and Quad Boss tires for mud riding, and Gladiator tires by STI for superior performance in deep snow. Moto MTC tires by EFX are great for all around use. They're pretty smooth on the hard stuff and can hold their own on any muddy road around the deer lease or farm. If thickness is what you’re after in a Can-am Defender tire, the Kanti Mongrels are 10 ply, aggressive as hell, and DOT approved. Speaking of DOT approved tires, Tusk Terrabites are as well, and while they may not be the best for heavy mud use, they are good everywhere else.
Like the Terrabite tires by Tusk, UTV tires such as STI’s Roctanes are good, all-purpose, tires. They handle dirt and gravel roads as well as they handle hills and wooded trails. Use them for hunting or use them for working and you’ll get to where you need to go without any issues. Maxxis Carnivores do good, but when you get in deep mud you have to turn them fast — and you’ll cut gnarly ruts when doing so. If you’re doing less road riding and more mud riding, Dragonfire’s XM310 are super aggressive and do great in the slop. You’ll stand out with them and have a smooth ride; plus they pull like a mule. But if you want a truly oversized 35” tire that rides well around camp, doesn’t impact the machine’s top speed too much, and pulls great up hills — plus looks mean as hell — STI’s Outback Max tires take the cake. No matter were you ride or how you ride, we’ve got the Can-am Defender tire to let you do it better!
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