The Wildpeak A/T3W is engineered for off-road adventure.

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Why you need the Falken Wildpeak AT3W tire

The Wildpeak A/T3W is engineered for off-road adventure. But also for on-road comfort. It excels at combining an ability to take on the most rugged terrain without compromising on the comfort and quiet of pavement driving.

Falken entered the off-road tire market a few years ago with an all-new level of ruggedness. The Wildpeak AT3 is an all-terrain version that was built to be more aggressive than a typical all-terrain and more versatile than a traditional mud-terrain. What you get is robust performance that’ll take you anywhere and in any weather.

Another clear advantage is it delivers on long wear. And Falken stands behind that claim with a 55,000 mile warranty (including a 30-day guarantee). It also features the deepest tread in the all-terrain category giving it an edge over other all-terrains.

It’s the technology that makes this all possible. With an optimized tread design combined with a silica tread compound, it protects against damage from heat build-up, while the sidewall and tread blocks protect against sharp rocks, debris, and other off-road hazards. The A/T3W also has a special siping technology for exceptional traction in wet and wintry weather. In fact, it was designed to perform with confidence in severe snow conditions, and is qualified by the Rubber Manufacturers Association for the Three Peak Mountain Snow Flake (3PMSF) symbol.

Now all Falken tires feature free road hazard protection that includes a free tire replacement in the event of damage due to nails, glass or potholes. Some exclusions apply; see warranty for details.

Just in case you want to get even more technical, here are some of the tire’s more advanced technological features:

Outer apex sidewall

The sidewall features a secondary bead apex that acts as a heat shield to protect the internal casing of the tire, so you get exceptional handling and durability with the added benefit of sidewall protection on rough roads and trails.

Heat diffuser technology

The lower sidewall dissipates heat to protect the internal tire components. This is a critical area that keeps the tire cool and provides vehicle stability, even when towing or carrying heavy loads.

3D canyon sipe technology

The interlocking sipes help the shoulders resist wear from high torque as well as providing additional handling stability.

Rugged & rigid tread blocks

With support ramps and step‐down features that give the tread-pattern stiffness in the contact patch, enhancing vehicle stability and handling while also preventing stones from becoming trapped in the grooves.

Aggressive upper sidewall

The sidewall features offset shoulder blocks that protect the tire from sharp rocks and provide extra off‐road traction at low tire pressures or in off‐camber situations.

Extra-deep tread

The deep tread provides long lasting wear as well as consistent snow and hydroplane resistance throughout the life of the tire (*LT Sizes, 20/32-inch).

Silica tread compound

The compound delivers superior wear life and wet performance (in non‐LT sizes).

What our customers think:

Falken AT3W ratings

“I bought these for a crossover SUV and was concerned that they will be too aggressive and loud, but they are great. I can hardly detect any extra noise from them, and only if I specifically listen for it. They handled really well on snowy road too. I'm very satisfied with this purchase.” - Adventurer, Everett, WA

“After doing a lot of research and posing the question about all around best all terrain tire, the consensus was clear. I have to say that the tire is impressive, quiet and gives a very smooth ride.” - Ryan, Fredricksburg, VA

“Completely transformed my f250 SD with all-seasons that slid out all of the time in rain and was next to useless in snow/mud into an actual utility truck. The times it has powered through both wet and dry snow has already paid itself off in the time spent digging those all-seasons out. That plus on dry road at highway speed, inside the cabin is barely noticeable versus all-seasons - maybe a little hum on tight turns at speed, but otherwise incredibly quiet given the tread pattern. I almost want to buy another set just for whenever the ones I have wear out.” - ATG, Cle Elum, WA

We bet the Falken Wildpeak AT3W will impress you, too. Try them out on your next adventure.

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