Who Is Toyo Tires?
Toyo Tires' story starts back in 1966 when they got their start in Japan but always churning out top-tier tires for the whole world. As they grew, they expanded into the United States where they now have a factory in Georgia and are based in California.
What Makes the Open Country AT III So Special?
The Toyo Open Country AT III is an all-terrain tire meaning it's suitable for daily driving as well as some mild off-roading here and there. However, when you look at the AT III, this is very aggressive for an all-terrain so if you're going for a sharp look, on top of all of that, this is a fire option.
The tread pattern doesn't have a ton of space between tread blocks, making for a nice, comfortable, and quiet ride. The design also features lots of siping, so when you drive in wet or snowy conditions you will grip much better.
What Sizes Does The Toyo Open Country AT III Come In?
The Toyo Open Country AT III has a ton of tire sizes to fit a wide variety of applications. Sizing starts at a 30" and goes all the way to 37" in height and widths from 9.5" to 13.5" so you can see there is a wide spectrum here. Not sure what will fit? Check out our gallery to see what others are running or build your own aftermarket wheel and tire package to find the right size tires to fit your truck build.
How Much Does The Toyo Open Country AT III Cost?
Pricing for the Toyo Open Country AT III starts at just over $600 and ranges to just under $2000 all depending on the size of course. So there is an option for almost any budget.
Some great features of the Toyo Open Country AT III:
- Advanced Tread Compound to prevent cuts and chipping
- Evenly distributed voids are for increased rigidity and off-road traction
- Large amount of lateral grooves to improve traction in sand, mud, and snow
- Staggered Shoulder Lugs with biting edges to tackle tough terrain