Do You Drive In The Snow Like A Rally? Try The ContiWinterContact TS810 S Tire

Posted by on September 29, 2010 | No Comments

The Continental ContiWinterContact TS810 S snow tire is a high end choice for fast and controlled winter weather driving in snow, powder, or ice conditions. If you own a sports car, drive quickly, or travel over curvy roads frequently, this studless snow tire is a good fit.

The ContiWinterContact TS810 Sport is based upon Continental’s already excellent carbon black base. This gives it the benefit of high balance and precision, an element that is lacking in most snow tires and many all weather tires too. Drivers’ initial experience after moving over from their all seasons is often one of shock — how can a dedicated winter tire be considered a much better handling tire than high performance all seasons? There are several causes for this.

To begin with, the durable interior high performance area of the tire is wrapped in a top part of softer specifically created “wet rubber” which chemically adheres to snow and ice types of surface. This helps make the tire naturally “grippy” on almost all surfaces drivers generally experience in the winter months, from snow to mixed icy rain, sleet, rain, as well as hard ice. Even though it isn’t known as a specialty ice tire, it retains its own largely because of this scientifically advanced rubber compound.

Second, this snow tire’s non-symmetrical tread layout is enhanced to supply outstanding traction force in a direct line and while under hard cornering forces. The inside portion of the tire has heavy zig-zag grooves with many sharp edges and a large number of sipes for hold in soft and hard snow. The middle area of the tire is adorned with a number of broad all-around grooves made to remove large amounts of water and slush from underneath the tire. The outside portion features bigger more curved tread blocks optimized for turning grip when the car’s weight transitions to the outside in curves. This blend helps make the ContiWinterContact TS810 Sport extremely capable in a wide range of weather conditions. These tires work best in locations where temps stay higher than zero degrees farenheit or the precipitation from the average storm is 3 feet or less.

Finally, the Sport is perfectly designed for powerful vehicles. With its competitive tread shape and extremely precise handling feel, you can put on a set with the same width and size as your standard high performance summer or all season tires and instantly get superior winter traction. Tests have confirmed that the Sport has the smallest braking length and rates in the best 2 or 3 in general handling.

To add an additional measure of security and safety, the ContiWinterContact TS810 S includes a handy tread wear indicator highlighting the depth of the remaining treads. Once the outer coating is eroded off, the tire can still be driven in summer weather, which saves substantial cash.

Whether you drive a Porsche Cayenne, Jaguar S, BMW M3, Subaru Impreza WRX, or any other high performance car, you’ll be well served by putting on a set of Continental ContiWinterContact TS810 S tires this winter.

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