We have had a ton of snow this year in my area, Dry, Wet, Hard pack, Ice/black ice you name it. This last storm dumped another 10" in my area 4 of which is dry.
The only complaints my father and I had with the at3's over the old m/t tires, Were lack of biting lugs in deep snow. He has been doing a lot of running for me and said that they are night and day on road and perfect!
Stock TJ with 31's and 15x10" wheels, 3.73 with posi. He said one morning that the roads were bad and deep, He missed the side lugs for stopping and forward bite. He started picking up and dropping off family since the tire swap.
I drove around 50 miles today on many types after you're post for the fact I have the same conditions right now
. I wanted to see if it is lack of experience with driving on those type of conditions or if the tire was lacking.
The tires are glue everywhere except for the people who think they can drive like summer, Year around. More sipes? That's all the tire is, Is one big sipe(s) with a deep tread void.
To each their own, I thought they were great in all the 2wd I used instead of 4wd in all. I think you expect too much from any tire to perform like a m/t in mud, Winter tire in winter etc or don't have enough snow wheel/seat time and how to control a rig in certain conditions.