Yes, for daily driving and non-extreme four wheeling they are an okay all terrain tire. I actually looked at them and thier mud terrain cousin back when they were giving away a free GPS with the purchase of a set of them.
I was discussing Bridgestone tires with my tire/suspension guy. He recommended the Dueler A/T for my driving, which is mostly traffic with occasional rain/ice/snow in addition to moderate off-road. He noted that this is a premium tire with a premium price. We also discussed Cooper Discoverer AT and Remington Wide Brute RV. The two ATs are milder than my current 30x9.50 Wrangler GSAs. I suspect that I will either get the Wide Brute RV (triplex sidewall) or simply get another set of 30x9.50 GSAs. The GSAs have been sufficient off-road, and don't seem to slide in the slick stuff any more than the ATs.
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