Pro Comp Tires Reviews

The Pro Comp Tire brand doesn’t mess around with cars. It’s dedicated specifically to trucks.

And not just when it comes to tires either.

While Pro Comp does offer seven different tires for trucks and SUVs (as well as ATVs and UTVs), the company also offers plenty of other aftermarket parts for its core audience. This includes everything from wheels to suspension components, to lighting kits and a whole list of other accessories.

Founded in 1992 Pro Comp began making those aftermarket parts and moved into the tire industry six years later. Now Pro Comp has been selling tires for over two decades.

The brand has also been a long time player in off-road racing, applying it’s lessons learned there over the years to its tires.

Pro Comp’s most popular tires are the A/T Sport, Xtreme A/T and Xtreme MT2. The A/T Sport is designed as a true all-terrain tire, giving excellent off-road performance, as well as quiet on-road ride and a 60,000 mile treadwear warranty. The Xtreme A/T takes the off-road performance up a notch, and this tire looks it with significantly larger and deeper tread blocks. We also like that it can be had with a 3-ply sidewall to resist punctures. It comes with a 50,000 mile treadwear warranty.

Then there’s the Xtreme MT2 with ideal grip for loose surfaces. It’s available in 31- to 40-inch sizes and still manages to come with a 40,000 mile treadwear warranty,

In addition to those three is the Xterrain tire which is designed strictly for off-road use.

Showing Pro Comp’s commitment to off-road racing, the brand also offers two racing compounds (not for use on the street). These include the Xtreme MT2 Super Sticky and the¬†Xtreme MT2 Short Course.

Pro Comp has also lended its off-roading expertise into the side-by-side/UTV segment with the Xtreme Trax tire.

Pro Comp Tire Reviews

Pro Comp AT Sport Review

Pro Comp Xtreme MT2 Review

Pro Comp Warranty

Both the AT Sport and Xtreme MT2 come covered by Pro Comp’s Forever Warranty. This covers defects in the tires due to materials or workmanship over the entire life of the tire. So if a tire is found to be defective Pro Comp will replace it at no cost. Many brands offer similar warranties but only for the first 2/32-inch of tread wear, the fact that Pro Comp offers it over the full life of the tire is impressive.

Some Pro Comp tires are covered by the brand’s 60 Day Ride Assurance warranty that allows customers to return their tires for a full refund within 60 days of purchase.

Several of Pro Comp’s models come with specific tread life warranties. Those tires are listed below with their specific mileage ratings.

Pro Comp AT Sport 60,000 miles

Pro Comp Xtreme MT2 40,000 miles

Pro Comp Xtreme AT 50,000 miles

Are Pro Comp Tires Good?

That’s really a loaded question because it depends entirely on what you’re looking for, how you drive and your budget. It also depends on the specific tire. Overall, however, Pro Comp tires are a reputable brand with an impressive history of developing impressive off-road capable tires and testing them in serious off-road racing competition.

Who Makes Pro Comp Tires?

Pro Comp tires are manufactured by Cooper Tires. Cooper does manufacture many, but not all of its tires in the United States with facilities in Findlay, Ohio; Texarkana, Arkansas; and Tulepo, Mississippi. Many Cooper tires are also made at the brand’s facilities in Mexico or China.