Bridgestone RE960AS Pole Positions. Awesome tire about on par with Yoko ADVAN S4's. It does good in the snow for an all-season, but it's still an all season so don't expect miracles. Still, it's a nice compromise, though they are a little on the expensive side. I had them on my last car, and am about to order a set for my WRX from tirerack mounted on a set of 17" Enkei RPF1's. They're quiet, comfortable, grippy, predictable, all around nice tires. They do form temporary flatspots though, as will most "high performance" tires like this, but not NEARLY as eagerly as the RE92A's. I swear, I can let my car sit for an hour in 80 degree weather and it will form a flatspot. I hate the RE92A's, they are just bad tires.Any recommendations for high-performance all-seasons? Living here in Wisconsin, where it snows quite a bit, but doesn't get bitter Canada-like cold.
MOST of them may be trash compared to dedicated seasonal tires, but in some areas it really isn't practical to run snows all winter or summers all summer. In situations like that I tend to think it's a better idea to go with high quality all seasons rather than summer tires in the summer, and dry oriented snows/snow oriented all seasons in the winter rather than something like blizzaks or a studded snow. Besides, the Nokian WR beats out some dedicated snows in winter conditions, and it's an all season. Not all snow tires are created equal.all-season are trash, you have snow then get snow tire, you wont regret it