Hankook Dynapro AT2 RF11 Review

An aggressive looking tire that can go pretty much anywhere and is easy to live with too! The Hankook Dynapro AT2 RF11 is an extremely versatile piece of rubber for your truck, SUV or crossover.

PROS

  • Great looks
  • Impressive grip
  • Civilized on-road
  • Value pricing
  • Winter ready

CONS

  • For the price, there really aren’t any

This next-generation all-terrain tire from Hankook takes a conventional five-row tread lug arrangement and makes it look dramatic. As a result, it still delivers solid on-road performance with a large center tread section for stability and responsiveness, plus four circumferential grooves for water-evacuation capabilities. And yet, the unique pattern allows for so many biting edges to help this tire dig in or grab on to whatever ground you want to cover.

The tread compound is designed for longer wear (see warranty info below) while the actual tread design makes for a more even distribution of weight and allows the tire to wear more evenly, and therefore more slowly, over time.

A feature you have to look incredibly closely to notice is the “block-chain control system.” No, this has nothing to do with the latest cryptocurrency trend (whatever the heck that even means), instead we’re talking about small bars that connect the shoulder tread blocks. This feature doesn’t really impact off-road grip, while it does provide a more stable shoulder for better on-road cornering. As an added benefit, it also helps reduce road noise.

Another dual-purpose feature of this tire can be found on the sidewall, where the shoulder lugs not only provide extra levels of off-road grip, they work to reduce road noise when on the freeway.

With all this capability and civility, the Dynapro AT2 is even certified for extreme winter driving, meaning it can go anywhere, any time of year. And, because it’s a Hankook, it’s attractively priced too!

Hankook Dynapro AT2 RF11 Price

Depending on the size, the Hankook Dynapro AT2 RF11 retails for approximately $120 to $360 per tire. Online retailers may sell for less.

Hankook Dynapro AT2 RF11 Warranty

Hankook backs the Dynapro AT2 RF11 with a 60,000 mile tread wear guarantee for both LT and P-metric sizes. It’s also important to point out that it does get a complimentary road hazard warranty. If a tire is damaged as a result of a road hazard (like hitting a nail) within the first 2/32-inch of tread wear, Hankook will replace it free of charge.

Hankook Dynapro AT2 RF11 Sizes

15-inch sizes
235/75/R15
31/10.5/R15
30/9.5/R15

16-inch sizes
225/75/R16
235/70/R16
245/75/R16
235/75/R16
225/70/R16
245/70/R16
255/70/R16
265/70/R16
215/85/R16
255/65/R16
265/75/R16
235/85/R16
285/75/R16
305/70/R16
315/75/R16

17-inch sizes
245/70/R17
245/65/R17
235/75/R17
235/65/R17
265/65/R17
245/75/R17
255/65/R17
265/70/R17
255/70/R17
255/75/R17
235/80/R17
225/75/R17
285/70/R17
275/70/R17
295/70/R17
315/70/R17
35/12.5/R17

18-inch sizes
255/70/R18
265/60/R18
235/60/R18
265/70/R18
265/65/R18
275/65/R18
255/60/R18
275/70/R18
325/60/R18
325/65/R18

20-inch sizes
275/55/R20
275/60/R20
275/65/R20
285/55/R20
305/55/R20
325/60/R20

22-inch sizes
305/45/R22

What Ply Are Hankook Dynapro AT2?

In terms of the tread base the Hankook Dynapro AT2 is either a conventional 6-ply casing or 10-ply (Load E) casing for heavy duty applications. In terms of the sidewall, it uses a 2-ply application, which is standard amongst all-terrain tires.

Is the Hankook Dynapro AT2 Any Good in Snow?

All-terrain does not mean all-weather, so you can’t trust that any AT tire will provide proper traction in the snow or colder temperatures. Thankfully, however, you can trust the Dynapro AT2. Its unique tread compound, angular tread block and heavy siping mean it’s certified for true winter use and wears the three-peak mountain snowflake logo on its sidewall. This doesn’t mean it’s as capable as a true winter tire in the most extreme circumstances, but it’s vastly more ready to tackle the cold and snow than an all-season.