Delinte Desert Storm II DS8 275/25R28 114W XL AS A/S All Season Tire
Delinte Desert Storm II DS8
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
- All weather traction
- Enhanced controllability
- Longer lasting tread life
The Delinte Desert Storm II DS8 is a performance and high performance, depending on the specific tire’s speed rating, all season tire manufactured for passenger and crossover vehicles and SUVs. Delinte offers a 50,000 mile warranty with this tire model.
The tire ensures a safe all weather traction. The tread design’s tread elements increase the dry, wet and winter weather road gripping ability. The all season tire compound manages to maintain its flexibility even in colder temperatures, guaranteeing a safer year round performance. The tread features a wide angled groove that boosts the tire’s winter weather gripping ability. The wide circumferential grooves avoid hydroplaning by eliminating water and slush from below the tire’s footprint. The better road grip and excellent hydroplaning resistance offering a secure performance in all weather.
The tread design’s constant road contact upgrades the tire’s controllability. The tire features large tread block on its asymmetric tread design that firmly grip the road surface. They closely follow the road surface which promote exceptional steering responsiveness and driving stability. In other words, the steering becomes faster and more precise in its response to the driver’s commands, while the structure is stabilized against the driving pressure affecting the model. The shoulder tread blocks also heighten the number of biting edges that grip the road surface during cornering and maneuvering, providing a safer performance. The optimized road contact manages to prevent the deformation of the tire’s shape. The maintained optimized shape enables the tire to perform to its utmost high speed capability in all weather.
The Desert Storm II DS8 offers a longer lasting tread life. The tread design enhances the tire’s road contact in all conditions, which manages to evenly distribute the driving pressure along the tread area. The equally spread out forces of acceleration, cornering and braking boosts the length of the tread life and the tire’s usability by preventing irregular wear formations across the tire’s surface.