Atturo Trail Blade A/T Review
  • Off-Road
  • On-Road
  • Tread Life
  • Year-Round Performance


An all-terrain tire on a budget, the Atturo Trail Blade AT delivers some mediocre off-road grip with higher-than-expected on-road civility. Tread life is short, but the price is quite attractive.

Atturo Trail Blade A/T Review

A well-priced go-anywhere tire, the Atturo Trail Blade A/T is designed for truck and SUV owners who need all-terrain capability and a civilized highway ride at a budget price.


  • Great price
  • Decent on-road manners


  • Mediocre performance
  • Tread life could be longer
  • Limited sizes


A relatively simplistic tire, the Trail Blade A/T is designed for on and off-road performance. Off-road, the tire delivers its grip thanks to three rows of center tread blocks with extra sipes built into them. There are numerous notches and angles to help create additional grip, particularly in rows two and four, where there’s more of a gap between the interior tread section and the shoulder tread blocks.

The inside and outside shoulder tread blocks are designed more for on-road performance. Their large size helps give the tire extra grip and stability under cornering conditions.

Between each row of blocks is a deep groove designed to help evacuate water, while the curves in the center tread blocks channel water out wards the lateral grooves between the shoulder blocks.

The tread pattern is relatively tight on this tire, meaning it’s ability to grip and toss away loose earth is somewhat limited compared to some more aggressive all-terrain tires. On the flip side, it’s quite an impressive on-road offering, with a smooth and steady highway ride, solid cornering characteristics and a tread that holds up over time.

While it doesn’t have a lot of style for an all-terrain tire, it does come with decent warranty and performance that’s modest as well. Overall, the most attractive aspect of the Atturo Trail Blade A/T is its price.

What vehicles does the Atturo Trail Blade A/T fit on?

  • Chevrolet Silverado, Avalanche, S10, Suburban, Colorado, Blazer
  • Ford Expedition, Ranger, F-150, Explorer
  • GMC Yukon, Sierra, Canyon
  • Honda Element, CR-V, Ridgeline
  • Jeep Wrangler, Grand Cherokee, Liberty
  • Nissan Titan, Xterra, Frontier, Pathfinder
  • Ram 1500
  • Toyota Tacoma, Tundra, FJ Cruiser, Sequoia, Land Cruiser, Highlander

Atturo Trail Blade A/T Price

The Trail Blade AT retails starting from roughly $90 per tire for a 15-inch fitment and going up to approximately $140 a tire for a 20-inch fitment. In particular, the larger sizes are a tremendous bargain.


Atturo Trail Blade A/T Warranty

The Trail Blade A/T comes with a 50,000 mile treadwear warranty. Atturo also backs it’s tires with a standard warranty similar to much of the industry. Any tire that’s deemed defective due to materials or workmanship during the first 2/32nds of an inch of treadwear will be replace at no charge. For defective tires with more than 2/32nds of an inch of wear, they will be replaced on a pro-rated basis. Mounting and balancing are extra.

Atturo Trail Blade A/T Sizes

15-inch tires


16-inch tires


17-inch tires


18-inch tires


20-inch tires


How long does the Atturo Trail Blade A/T last?

Based on the factory tread life warranty, if you follow proper tire rotation intervals, keep these tires properly inflated and don’t abuse them too much, they are designed to last approximately 50,000 miles.

Is the Atturo Trail Blade A/T Good in Winter?

Unlike an increasing number of all-terrain tires, the Atturo Trail Blade A/T is not certified for winter use and doesn’t feature the thee-peak mountain snowflake logo on its sidewall. As an all-terrain tire it does still offer some mild winter traction, however, the tread compound can freeze up and lose traction rather rapidly in the cold.

How many ply is the Atturo trail blade?

A 2-ply sidewall is used for all versions of the Trail Blade A/T.