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9023 N Owasso Expy Owasso, OK 74055-5456
9023 N Owasso Expy
Owasso, OK 74055-5456
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9023 N Owasso Expy
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Get enhanced stopping power and superior traction from Oklahoma’s leading winter snow tire. Get Blizzak.
For enhanced stopping ability and traction in even the heaviest of snows, choose Bridgestone’s most advanced winter tire technology: Blizzak tires. These tires are optimized for cold weather conditions, with special NanoPro-Tech polymers and multi-cell tubes that guarantee reliable handling and improved control in slush, snow, and ice. Visit your nearest Hibdon Tires Plus location to talk to our snow tire experts and compare tire prices and sizes. Read on to learn more about Blizzak’s’ advanced features!
3D Zig Zag Sipes provide many biting edges that cover
the surface of the tread block. The sipes provide additional
support & maintain stiffness under pressure. Improved
block stiffness & increases biting edges, 3D Zig Zag
Sipe technology provides better grip in snow & ice
Tube multicell is a unique rubber compound containing
microscopic bubbles that act like a sponge to help disperse
water & help remove the thin layer of water on the
ice’s surface. Better surface contact combined with
increased gripping allows for better performance in all ice
NanoPro–Tech polymers prevent the stiffening of the rubber compound during cold weather conditions by distributing the silica more effectively. Increased flexibility in the cold allows for greater gripping contact
with the road.
With Blizzak tires, winter can stay a wonderland. These winter snow tires are made to stand up to all winter weather conditions, with enhanced grip, flex and bite. Don't get left out in the cold – choose Blizzak tires and enjoy calm driving no matter the forecast.
The midwest averaged 64" of snowfall