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Review of the Pro Comp Xterrain
The Procomp Xterrain is a radial MT (mud terrain) tire that offers a 3 ply sidewall which is said to be thicker and more puncture resistant that some other popular radial tires on the market.  The Pro Comp Xterrain's main feature is an aggressive, deep, wide void tread design that uses a directional, staggered pattern that is made to channel mud and debris out and away from the center of the tire.  The tread of the Xterrains uses what Procomp refers to as the  XTC or Extreme Traction Compound.  This compound is said to allow maximum puncture and tear resistance while maintaining the flexibility and stability necessary when running at low air pressures.  The sideways are designed to be extra durable utilizing up to 3 plys of polyester, while the tread uses 1 ply of nylon, 2 steel and 3 plys of polyester.  The Procomp Xterrain's large lateral lugs get traction assistance from sipes that run the through every lug, helping it to get traction on-road as well as offroad.  One drawback of the tread design is that is configured in a directional pattern that gets better traction in one direction over the other. So when you install the Xterrain, install them so that the tread will channel mud out from center and away from the tire patch.  Over rocky terrain the two layers of opposed-angle steel belting spanning the tread area maximizes puncture resistance while allowing the tread to flex under lower air pressure to maximize traction in rock gardens.  On road the tread has been designed to be considerably quieter than you would expect from a Mud Terrain tire making it an idea radial mud tire for a daily driver.  We like the Xterrain's aggressive look and performance to match.  Sizes range from 31x10.50R-15 up to a 40x13.50R20.


Manufacturers description of this tire: 

Tires that measure up to tommorow's standard. Today!
Our NEW XTerrain which has THREE PLY SIDEWALL and XTC (TM) rubber compound in the tread. This Awesome Monster is rated load rated to handle hauling needs Pro Comp's new "TRI PLY" construction provides "THREE FULL PLY" sidewalls along with TWO layers of opposed-angle steel belting combined with a full layer of nylon rapping that spans the tread area. This unique "SIX-PLY" tread allows for maximum puncture resistance but still has total predictability and flexibility when using lower air pressure off-road. Pro Comp's XTC Aterrain come exclusively with its own rubber compound in the tread area - Xtreme Traction Compound. Three Ply Xterrain's extra thick side wall treatment helps resist scrapes and cuts, maximizing a biting edge side wall for increased traction on rocks or mud. Advanced Tire Technology and Sizes that Rule! The New XTC Xterrain makes it a heavy weight contender, a tire that will have to be reckoned with for years to come.

  • Super quiet computerized directional tread pattern
  • Kerf grooved directional lug grips
  • Full depth lug sipes
  • Extra thick sidewall treatment
  • Dualguard polyester body plies


Manufacturer Info:

Procomp Tires are designed and manufactured by the Cooper Tire & Rubber Company
Cooper Tire & Rubber Company is a global company specializing in the design, manufacture and sales of passenger car, light truck, medium truck, motorcycle and racing tires, as well as tread rubber and related equipment for the retread industry. With headquarters in Findlay, Ohio, Cooper Tire has 39 manufacturing, sales, distribution, technical and design facilities around the world.

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Below are reviews submitted by people who have had experience with this tire.  Opinions below are not necessarily that of Offroaders.com.  If you'd like to submit a review of your own, please use the form below to review this tire.  Please restrict your comments to only tires you have had experience with.
Jeepfreak Newport IN
Terrain where used: Wooded Trail, Rock, Mud, Sand
Wooded Trail
Overall Rating
Incredible tire! I have 18,000 miles on them that includes daily highway driving and off roading of all sorts at The Badlands in Indiana. It does unusually well on the road for such an aggressive tire. I have no doubt Ill get another 30,000 miles out of them easily.
Mike D. DeKalb, TX
Terrain where used: Wooded Trail, Rock, Mud, Sand
Wooded Trail
Overall Rating
One dang good tire,it does it all and I mean does it all man. There is no terrain I have been on where this isnt a super tire. It is by far my favorite and I have tried alot of tires racing in WBCC cross country racing. This is the best.
Chris Drake SLO, CA
Terrain where used: Wooded Trail, Rock, Mud
Sand N/A
Wooded Trail
Overall Rating
I had the 37x13.5 Xterrains on my Super Duty.  They wore fast with a heavy truck and mixed highway/off road use. As for being a "mud" tire, NOT so much. I had to use heavy throttle to clean the tire of mud. Colorado trails ate my sidewall up on the first outing! Good in the snow with lower psi. Good on street performance with siping. Fairly quiet. KEEP YOUR TRUCK ALIGNED GOOD, They will wear out quick if you don't!  Thinking of getting some 33's or 35's for my Jeep Xj...
Mike D. DeKalb, TX
Terrain where used: Wooded Trail, Rock, Mud, Snow Sand
Wooded Trail
Overall Rating
One dang good tire, it does it all and I mean does it all man. There is no terrain I have been on where this isn't a super tire. It is by far my favorite and I have tried a lot of tires racing in WBCC cross country racing. This is the best.
Steven Cooper Benton, TN
Terrain where used: Wooded Trail, Rock, Mud, Snow Sand
Wooded Trail
Overall Rating
i have a set of 315/75/16,s on my 2002 gmc and i have used them hunting and in all kinds of mud when my buds need pulled out this truck is my daily driver i use them on average of 350 miles per wk or greater when needed they have 33000 miles on them im guessing i can get maybe 15000 or more easy great tire not too good in the thick gummy mud though just the mild

Jer HEMI Vegas, VA
Terrain where used: Wooded Trail, Rock, Mud, Snow Sand
Snow N/A
Wooded Trail
Overall Rating
Great tire for variety of off road conditions I run on a half ton truck and chose them because I wanted a tire that could handle Mud but also would be good in the sand. I purchased after reading an article about these tires down in Baja.

Only down side is they seem to be wearing fast on the heavier truck but if you off road in a variety of conditions get them.
Bradley K. Salt Lake, UT
Terrain where used: Wooded Trail, Rock, Mud, Snow Sand
Wooded Trail
Overall Rating
I have a set of 33x12.50 on my Jeep TJ. I love the tire on everything except ice and packed snow, but I have heard that siping takes care the tires problems in winter conditions. The tire does exceptionally well on rock and loose dirt/gravel. If you don't get into thick gumbo mud, the tires also do very well in muddy situations. As for the directional pattern, it has not been a problem for me, even when backing up through some pretty thick mud. In conclusion, the Xterrains grip, durability, and on road performance makes this a great tire for the trail rig or the daily driver and I will probably by another set when these wear-out (a set of 35's next time). The only thing that bothers me about the tire is it seems smaller when compared to other tires of the same printed size, but it is not bad enough to validate not purchasing the tires. Great tire!
Ungas Manila, Philippines
Terrain where used: Wooded Trail, Rock, Mud, Snow Sand
Rock N/A
Snow N/A
Wooded Trail
Overall Rating
I would llike to run these tires again for my next set. Unfortunately tire life has seen most of its service life just after 30,000kms. Soft rubber compound, great for grips not for longevity. If it could only last another 20,000kms...

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Rating  Key - The star rating keys are specific to the terrain being rated in the review.  To the Top 
Don't even consider it if this is your main terrain. This tire will not perform well at all in this terrain.

Its trying but not doing too well.  You'd be better off choosing another for this terrain.

Average.  Its doing ok, not great but its holding its own.  A decent choice if you're compromising.

This tire does very well in this terrain but its not the best tire available however still a very good choice.

This tire performs exceptionally well in this terrain.  Among the best suited for this terrain.

Size Availability - This is a one to three thumbs up snapshot rating where one mean poor selection, two means ok and three means great.  Check with suppliers or manufacturers for actual available sizes.  While this rating system is vague, we couldn't possibly list all available sizes with size selection changing over time.  Please see manufacturer for list of sizes in production.

Money Bags - This is an average cost scale based on an averaged advertised cost of this tire when compared to other tires.  One money bag represents the tire is typically one of the cheapest available while 5 money bags indicates that this tire is one of the most expensive.  Averages are based on the tires reviewed.

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