Fury Country Hunter MT Review
Few tire brands know their audience quite like Fury Tires does, meeting a demand for oversized tires where the show is more important than the go.
- Great looks
- Massive sizes
- Great price
- Could be quieter
- Mediocre off-road performance
The Country Hunter M/T is the most aggressive off-road performance tire offered by Fury Tires. While the brand’s R/T tire is designed more for on-road performance with an off-road look, the M/T is built with some actual off-road grip in mind, however, we should point out that Fury isn’t known for amazing grip in the dirt.
Still, the Country Hunter M/T has many of the features needed. With four massive lines of tread blocks, there’s plenty of space between them to allow the tires to grip in and then toss away any loose dirt, gravel or mud. Each tread block has a deep sipe in the middle of it, while the edge of each block is cut in a way to help evacuate rocks that might get stuck the tread, limiting grip and prematurely wearing the tire.
Fury designed the tire to minimize noise on-road. A tough ask for any mud-terrain tire, the Country Hunter M/T isn’t as quiet as some of its competitors but it’s not egregious. Yes it’s louder than 90 percent of the tires on the road, but if you’re shopping for mud-terrain tires, you’re not likely to be too concerned.
While one of the tire’s best features has to be it’s design, we’re most impressed by the 3-ply sidewall, that helps prevent against cuts on the vulnerable sidewalls. This feature also helps the tire maintain its integrity after being aired up and down repeatedly.
Overall, off-road performance is just mediocre, however, on-road grip is actually decent.
Of note, the Country Hunter M/T is available in absolutely massive sizes for those in the market for just such a fitment. Sizes include not just 22-inch, but also 24-inch and even 26-inch. And if you simply can’t find those sizes from other brands, well, Furty Tires has a mud-terrain tire with your name on it!
Fury Country Hunter MT Price
Country Hunter MT tires start from roughly $250 a tire and go up to over $800 per tire for some of the largest fitments. Retailers may sell for less.
Fury Country Hunter MT Warranty
Fury tires does not list any information on warranties for its tires.
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