What to beat the urban deserts with...
Here are the goods:
BFG AT ko's. These tires have the new TriWall Sidewall technology, where most tires have either 1 ply or 2 plys for durability, these tires possess 3.
If you want superior protection you should try the BFG Baja Tire. This beast has about 7 plys of sidewall. It weighs a lot more but that will stand up to boulders made up of spike, even if you hit it at 55 mph it will probably just bend a little. Those things are incredible.
The problem with the Mud Terrains are that they are not TriWall, they either have 1 or 2 plys (not sure which one) The Mickey Thompson's have three, like the BFG AT ko's, but cost more and do not make more of a difference.
For your best bet, since you aren't doing serious desert running and are looking for a good, strong, commercial tire you should go with the BFG All Terrain KO pattern. Make sure it has the TriWall ply sidewalls. I hoped I helped you out a little. peace and...
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