Tires aren’t just there to hold air. They’re an integral part of your vehicle’s safety. We offer a wide range of quality tires that deliver maximum comfort, tread life, and security.
Which tires are right for you? It all depends on your driving habits and the conditions you’ll be driving in. Browse the categories below to find out more about what tires are right for you.Shop All Tires
Built using a special rubber compound that stays flexible above and below 7°C, these are an excellent choice for some Canadian drivers to avoid the hassle of changing and storing tires twice a year. The three-peak mountain snowflake (3PMSF) symbol indicates the tire meets required performance criteria in snow testing to be considered severe snow service-rated.
Created with special rubber compounds that provide maximum traction, these are the best choice for harsh winter conditions. Once temperatures begin to rise above 7°C, Winter tires should be changed to prevent the tread from wearing quickly on warm road surfaces. The three-peak mountain snowflake (3PMSF) symbol indicates the tire meets required performance criteria in snow testing to be considered severe snow service-rated.
Built to handle most Canadian seasons, except winter. Engineered for dry and wet roads, they provide a comfortable ride, fuel efficiency and good tread wear in temperatures above 7°C.
If you love to take the road less travelled when off-roading or mudding then you’ll want All-Terrain, Off-Road or Mud-terrain tires. Engineered for extreme traction surfaces. Your OK Tire Service Technician can find you just the right tire for the right adventure.
Designed to take a puncture and keep you moving, Run-Flats will allow you to safely drive up to 80 km’s after a puncture, drive right to your local OK Tire store where we’ll be waiting to help.
Whether they’ll be put to work or used for fun, we carry a wide range of specialty tires to suit your needs.Contact your Store
Trailer Tires are a special service tire used for utility trailers, boats and travel trailers.