It’s 2022, and the Ford F-150 is still king. As one of the absolute best-selling nameplates across all of North America, the F-150 is absolutely everywhere, and there are countless different use cases for the half-ton truck, from everyday commuter and family-hauler, to weekend tow vehicle, to work truck, to tough and rugged off-road rig.

All of that means that when it comes to tires, there had better be a vast array of options available to meet each one of these individual use cases.

Fortunately, that is the case, so if your Ford F-150 didn’t come from the factory with quite the right set of tires for your needs, there’s almost certainly a better tire out there for you somewhere. You just have to find it.

To that end, we’ve put together this list of ten of the best Ford F-150 tires on the market today, encompassing everything from hardcore all-terrain tires to comfortable everyday all-seasons.

Think we missed something? Let us know in the comments what your favorite F-150 performance products are.

1. Goodyear Wrangler Fortitude HT

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The Goodyear Wrangler Fortitude HT – where the “HT” stands for “Highway Terrain” – is the perfect place to start our list. It’s for the Ford F-150 driver who plans on doing a little bit of everything: highway driving, wintertime commuting, and light off-roading. A step down from an all-terrain tire in terms of off-road performance, the Fortitude HT still delivers commendable traction on dirt and gravel, but without the harsh, teeth-chattering ride quality typical of all-terrain tires with their bigger, more aggressive tread blocks. Full-depth sipes and wide grooves ensure that it can handle a variety of on-road conditions, as well, from bone-dry pavement to snow-covered roads, and through it all, you get low rolling resistance and a long tread life. How’s that for a win-win?
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2. Michelin Defender LTX M/S Radial
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Speaking of do-it-all tires, the Michelin Defender LTX M/S doesn’t earn a spot on this list for any one outstanding feature. Rather, it’s a true jack of all trades, with commendable on-road grip in the dry, wet, and light snow thanks to intelligent tread design with solid, independent blocks, high-density siping, and deep channels and grooves. In fact, the wintertime traction of the Defender LTX M/S is uncommonly good for such a general-purpose all-season tire, and it delivers exceptional comfort and a long tread life to boot, thanks to Michelin’s strong, proprietary Evertread compound. If you live somewhere with truly harsh winters, we might recommend looking elsewhere; the Defender LTX M/S is not severe snow service-rated. Otherwise, it’s a superb all-rounder, and one that you can expect to get many miles out of.
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3. Bridgestone Dueler H/L Alenza

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Let’s say that for you, your Ford F-150 is your palace – a comfortable, luxurious place of quiet serenity. What kind of truck tires do you get? The Bridgestone Dueler H/L Alenza is worth a look. The Dueler H/L Alenza’s symmetrical tread pattern has been ride- and noise-tuned to provide as comfortable a commute as possible in a light truck, without compromising on-road performance. Wet weather handling is a particular area of competency for the Dueler H/L Alenza, which boasts wide grooves and lateral sipes and notches to help expel water from underneath the tire. Many available sizes also pack Bridgestone’s UNI-T AQII technology, with dual-layer tread compounds stacked so that as the tire wears and hardens from so many heat cycles, a special high-grip compound is exposed to help the tire maintain its wet-weather prowess.
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4. General Grabber UHP All-Season Radial

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The old V8-powered Ford SVT Lightning sport truck of yesteryear might be long gone, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t reasons to consider slapping a set of ultra-high performance all-season tires on your F-150 and sending it. That’s where the General Grabber UHP comes in. This is a tire for the F-150 driver who likes to ring their truck by the neck and drive it right up to the limit from time to time, with an ultra-high-performance silica compound and a directional tread design with a central V-shaped tread area that helps deliver the best in dry-road traction and handling response. Despite its aggressive design and excellent dry-weather performance, the General Grabber UHP is still a true all-season tire, exceeding the tire industry’s M+S tread design guidelines and delivering (some) usability even in light snow. Just be sure to have a set of actual winter tires handy if you live somewhere that’s prone to lots of snowfall.
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5. Firestone Winterforce LT Radial



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A true winter tire fit for Ford F-150s of all styles and trim levels, the Firestone Winterforce LT is a true severe snow service-rated radial tire for light trucks, branded with the industry standard three-peak mountain snowflake symbol. The tread compound is specially formulated for frigid temps, and it’s molded into an aggressive directional pattern with scores of independent tread blocks featuring high-density siping to help deliver traction in loose snow. The Winterforce LT is also fully studdable, giving you an edge with regard to traction when outside temps dip below freezing – provided studs are road-legal where you live. What more can we say?
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6. Cooper Evolution Winter Radial





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Another studdable severe snow service-rated winter tire worth a look is the Cooper Evolution Winter radial. The tire features a more intricate tread pattern than the Firestone Winterforce, with staggered independent tread blocks that create jagged snow grooves designed to bite right into loose snow for superior traction and control. Small, densely-packed multi-angled corrugated sipes deliver plenty more biting edges for multi-directional traction, and a carefully formulated tread compound keeps the tire pliable in extreme cold conditions. Plus, as we’ve said, the Cooper Evolution Winter radial is studdable, giving you an extra bit of safety and control in slick, icy conditions.
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7. Cooper Discoverer AT3 4S

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There are plenty of off-road-worthy all-terrain tires available for the Ford F-150, but few offer the all-around versatility of the Cooper Discoverer AT3 4S. It really sits somewhere between an on- and off-road tire, developed to deliver traction wherever it might end up with an open, five-rib design that helps evacuate water from under the tire to resist hydroplaning, high-density zig-zag sipes for grip in slick conditions, and saw-tooth tread block edges and staggered shoulder blocks to bite into just about anything loose, be it dirt, gravel, or snow. In fact, the Cooper Discovered AT3 4S is such an all-rounder that it earns the industry-standard severe snow service rating. Not bad for a general-use all-terrain tire.
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8. General Grabber A/TX All-Terrain Radial
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If you’re looking to get a bit more hardcore with your Ford F-150 all-terrain tires, there’s the General Grabber A/TX all-terrain radial. Boasting a more traditional all-terrain tread design, with staggered, interlocking tread blocks that offer myriad biting edges in all different directions, the General Grabber A/TX isn’t going to give you the most smooth, comfortable on-road ride, but the trade-offs are worth it if you spend a lot of time on the trails. General Tire’s excellent DuraGen technology is on full display here, yielding a durable off-road tire that’s both cut- and chip-resistant and yet, somehow, still able to retain its flexibility in the cold. Meanwhile, alternating shoulder scoops give the General Grabber A/TX surprising capability on rocks and in other extreme off-road situations. Oh, and did we mention it’s severe snow service-rated and studdable?
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9. BFGoodrich T/A KO2 All-Terrain Radial
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The BFGoodrich T/A KO2 is something of a gold standard when it comes to off-road-ready all-terrain tires – one that cemented its reputation when it was made the factory tire for the 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor. Ford chose well, because the T/A KO2 is a gem, with a sophisticated high-void area tread design with multi-angled interlocking blocks, serrated shoulders that bite and claw to find traction even in deep loose terrain and over rocks, and a racing-derived tread compound developed to deliver outstanding cut-, chip-, and tear-resistance while ensuring a dramatically longer service life than the previous-generation design. And, like the pair of all-terrain tires listed above, the T/A KO2 is severe snow service-rated, so they should do in a pinch in harsh winter weather.
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10. Dick Cepek Extreme Country Mud-Terrain Radial
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Dick Cepek is a brand you might never have heard of if you’re not a true off-roading enthusiast, but simply put, the company makes some of the finest off-road tires available today. Case in point: the Dick Cepek Extreme Country mud-terrain radial. The Extreme Country boasts one very impressive-looking tread design, with big void areas and stone ejector ribs to keep the tread clear, alternating shoulder scallops for superior “bite” in deep loose terrain and on rocks, and trademark “DC” sidebiters on the sidewalls for protection and even more loose-surface traction. Despite its tough, aggressive approach to devouring anything and everything off-road, the Dick Cepek Extreme Country is still usable on pavement, with large, more tightly-packed center tread blocks that deliver decent on-road grip and a (relatively) quiet ride. That said, it’s really not the sort of tire most F-150 owners are going to want to live with every day: the Dick Cepek Extreme Country is for serious off-roaders, through and through.
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