When it comes to driving in winter weather, having the right tire matters. As the cold approaches, consider switching to Bridgestone Blizzak tires so you?re ready for whatever winter throws your way.
Winter weather can change in a second. From light snow to treacherous slush to icy bridges, freezing temps can create unpredictable driving conditions. Be ready with tires designed to handle the worst of winter.
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When it comes to driving in winter conditions, you want a tried and true winter tire getting you where you need to go. That?s where Blizzak comes in. Designed to remain flexible in the cold and featuring deep grooves that grip and rip through the snow, Blizzak navigates winter driving conditions with ease. Now featuring the new Blizzak WS80 with 20% more block edges for even more bite.*
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*As compared to the Bridgestone Blizzak WS70.
We engineered the new Blizzak WS80 winter tires to conquer winter?s worst roads. They dig deeper, grip harder, and brake faster than our prior generation Blizzak. Here?s the how and why.
When driving in winter conditions, traction is king. The WS80 features the most tread depth for grip in the snow and stays flexible even in the extreme cold.
How do winter tires differ from other tire types? It?s mostly about the tread.
Now that you know the ins and outs of winter tires, it?s time to consider preparing yourself for winter driving with Blizzak. If you?re still not sure when to switch, check out the Blizzak Report and see if it?s time in your area.
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Bridgestone Blizzak winter tires are designed to deliver optimal snow and ice performance. These tires remain flexible in freezing temperatures, improving traction and grip. When the temperature drops and winter conditions are at their worst, make the switch from your summer or all-season tires and feel confident driving on Blizzak winter tires.