Duck Commander Tires

Duck Commander Tires is an American cost-effective, high-performance tires brand introduced through a partnership between TBC Brands, Cooper Tires, and Harris Tire Co.

The brand flaunts two lines: All Terrain (A/T) and Mud Terrain (M/T), featuring aggressive tread designs in different sizes for Jeeps, SUVs, pickups, and 4×4’s.


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Bottom Line Apart from a bit larger than the advertised size and the notably steep price tag, we don’t really have any complaints about the tire’s performance.
Pros Excellent on-road and off-road performance and it’s quiet and comfortable for a mud-terrain tire.
Cons It’s available at a pretty expensive price tag and the tire runs slightly larger than advertised.
Tire sizes Starts from approximately $218.
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Warranty 5-year warranty.

Duck Commander Tires Overall Assessment

Duck Commander tires are designed to tread moderate off-road terrain with ease and grace. No gravel, dirt, or sand can affect their performance, which is why they’re popular among a lot of 4×4 vehicles. We’re fond of how cost-effective these tires are, not to mention that they’re based off the reality TV show Duck Dynasty.  

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What’s great about Duck Commander tires, which could be viewed as either a positive or a negative, is that there are only two lines of tires for you to choose from. If you drive on and off-roads quite often, the A/T line is your best bet. And if you’re a serious off-roader, opt for a set of M/T tires. Simple and straightforward!

Consider yourself an adventurer and check out the Cooper H/T Adventurer Review as well as Cooper AT Adventurer Review.


Despite not having been on the market for as long as other brands have, Duck Commander is a force to be reckoned with when it comes to both on- and off-road performance. Their deep and aggressive tread designs offer excellent surface traction that lasts long. Be it snow or mud; Duck Commander tires will have you storming with complete confidence.


Like we already mentioned, Duck Commander tires are available in two main lines. Its All Terrain line price starts at approximately $127, whereas the price of its Mud Terrain line begins at roughly $218. Mud Terrain tires are a bit more expensive than All Terrain counterparts because they’re designed to handle rougher, dirtier terrain.

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It’s also worth pointing out that you can find occasional discounts, coupons, rebates, and other special offers on Duck Commander tires. 

If you are more interested in touring tires with the help of our Cooper Touring CS3 Review and the Cooper Touring GLS Review all information are available.


Duck Commander tires are designed primarily for 4×4 vehicles, from Jeeps and SUVs to pickup trucks. The All Terrain line is available in 16 different sizes, whereas the Mud Terrain line flaunts 15 sizes. Both lines cover diameters ranging from 15 to 20 inches, so you’re guaranteed to find tires that meet your requirements. 

DiameterAll Terrain Mud Terrain
15 inches31×10.50R15 C 109R OWL31×10.50R15 C 109Q OWL
33×12.50R15 C 108Q OWL
16 inches245/75R16 111T OWL
265/75R16 116T OWL
265/70R16 112T OWL
LT265/75R16 E 123/120R OWL
LT285/75R16 E 126/123R OWL
LT235/85R16 E 120/116Q BLK
LT265/75R16 E 123/120Q BLK
LT285/75R16 E 126/123Q BLK
LT315/75R16 E 127/124Q OWL
17 inches265/75R17 115T OWL
LT265/70R17 E 121/118R OWL
LT285/70R17 D/E 121/118S BLK
LT315/70R17 D 121/118R OWL
LT265/70R17 E 121/118Q OWL
LT285/70R17 E 121/118Q OWL
LT295/70R17 E 121/118Q OWL
LT305/65R17 E 121/118Q OWL
LT315/70R17 D 121/118Q OWL
18 inches265/70R18 116T OWL
265/65R18 114T OWL
275/65R18 116T OWL
LT275/70R18 E 125/122S OWL
LT275/70R18 E 125/122Q OWL
LT275/65R18 E 123/120Q OWL
20 inches275/60R20 115T BLK
275/55R20 XL 117T BLK
35×12.50R20 E 121Q BLK
LT305/55R20 E 121/118Q BLK

Fuel Efficiency

All Terrain and Mud Terrain tires offer above-average fuel efficiency. If we were to rate their efficiency on a scale of 1 to 10, we’d give it a 7/10. 

In terms of ride comfort, All Terrain tires are slightly more comfortable than their Mud Terrain counterparts, which is understandable considering how the former is made for both on-road and off-road performance. In contrast, the latter is designed for rough off-road terrain while still offering decent on-road performance.

Despite their aggressive look, Duck Commander tires produce very minimal road noise, which is one of their strongest selling points, in our opinion.


Duck Commander tires combine a significantly sturdy rubber tread compound with their beastly tread patterns to ensure superior durability and reliable traction on and off the most beaten of tracks.

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It’s also worth noting that all Duck Commander tires are backed by solid warranties that ensure their longevity. According to TBC Brands, Duck Commander tires are warranted against defects in materials or workmanship. The warranty spans the original tread mileage life or five years from the date of purchase, whichever comes first.

Feel free to see the durability of Cooper Discoverer tires in our Cooper ATW Discoverer Review as well as Cooper STT Pro Discoverer Reviews and also the Cooper AT3 Discoverer Tire Review.


Duck Commander tires are known for their remarkable traction and stability on both on-road and off-road paths. However, you should keep in mind that Duck Commander tires aren’t suitable for mountain climbing. After all, they’re designed strictly for moderate off-road terrain, so you wouldn’t want to risk it by doing something that it isn’t intended for.

Best Duck Commander Tires

Duck Commander All Terrain (A/T)

The All Terrain tires, in our opinion, are more convenient than the Mud Terrain tires. Why? It’s all in the name. The All Terrain line is excellent on virtually all surfaces, from snow to dirt to gravel, whereas the Mud Terrain line only shows superiority on rougher terrain. 

Duck Commander Mud Terrain (M/T)

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Thanks to high-void tread, broad shoulder grooves, and scalloped edges, the Mud Terrain tires can swiftly and gracefully move on beaten paths. These tires also feature full-depth sipes around the tread that enable them to offer good on-road performance, and we have made our overall Review of Mud Terrain Duck Commander to help you decide.

Another tire brand worth mentioning is the Cooper tire, and you can see the different types in our Tires by Cooper Reviews:

Duck Commander Tires Customer Reviews

Joseph A. says: “I have around 1500 miles on my A/T tires so far, and I’m nothing short of impressed. I’ve driven these bad boys on every type of road you can imagine, be it wet, dry, gravely, or buried in snow. There’s a bit of road noise, but it’s minimal compared to other tires that I’ve tried on my Chevy Avalanche.”

Joseph A. posted 4 out of 5 stars (4 / 5) review

Derrick W. says: “I have had good traction in heat, cold and rain. Cornering with these tires is something I look forward to and they are grippy around winding roads. No problems and the tread is holding up well after 15,000 miles. Would buy again.”

Derrick W.  posted 5 out of 5 stars (5 / 5) review