Crosswind tires are made in China by LingLong Tires. The Crosswinds brand was created to compete on price with the cheapest tires on the market, but because it comes from LingLong, an experienced and well respected global tire producer, you can be confident that the tires meet or exceed the standards for the North American market. Crosswind Tires are available all-season and summer, tread patterns for passenger and performance cars, as well as SUVs and light trucks. The brand is widely distributed in the U.S. and Canada, and has earned a good reputation for decent quality at low, low prices.
The Crosswind Tire brand has long been associated with providing great tire products at one of the lowest price-points in the market. Each tire matches up (or exceeds) American standards, which makes Crosswind’s low prices an even better value. According to their tire reviews, the Crosswind brand keeps their promises by providing a smooth and safe riding experience with long-lasting tread and good handling. The brand’s passenger tires have done a lot in recent years to leverage the advances in low-rolling resistance rubber compounding. Moreover, they employ an entire Eco-Tire line for cars and light trucks that have the same low-rolling resistance as premium brands at a more affordable price.
Crosswind proudly features low-noise tires for all-season driving. These tires are equipped with safety features like computer-tuned tread patterns designed to adjust the block position around the tire. Crosswind’s all-season tires boast full-depth and high-tech siping for the extra grip typically found in premium brand tires. The all-terrain tires are made for on and off-road driving, while Crosswind mud tires promise a strong grip in even the toughest of driving conditions.