Michelin Latitude Alpin Tires

Touring
Winter

Tire size

255/50R19 XL 107H

Other sizes

Qty

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Per tire

$379.99

Installation in store as soon as March 8th*

or

In-store pickup (without installation) from March 8th*

*The retailer will try to respect your choice, but cannot guarantee it depending on traffic in store. The retailer will contact you within 24-48 hours to confirm the appointment date.

Advantages

Point S
  • Free in-store delivery

    Free in-store delivery

  • Easy and free returns

    Easy and free returns

  • Interest-free financing

    Interest-free financing

Description

The Michelin LATITUDETM ALPIN® is a winter tire designed with StabiliGrip ™ technology that provides excellent traction on snow and ice. It also provides unparalleled stability, even at high speeds. This tire offers excellent braking capacity in the worst winter conditions thanks to the Bi-Directional-Sipes tread and Z-strips on the tread. This tire is manufactured with Comfort Control ™ technology, a computerized process for careful manufacturing that allows the tire to minimize vibration and rolling noise. It is a tire specially designed for SUVs. If you are looking for a tire that will provide exceptional safety and mileage every winter, this tire is for you.

Specifications

Size

255/50R19 XL 107H

Product code

89516

Sidewall

BW

Run-flat

No

  • UTQG -

    The uniform tire quality grade (UTQG) is based on treadwear (the first three numbers), traction (the middle letter), and temperature (the last letter).

  • Single load index 2149 lbs.

    The single load index indicates the maximum load-carrying capacity of a single tire. The load index is indicated on the sidewall of your tire.

  • Dual load index -

    The dual load index indicates the maximum load-carrying capacity of the tires in dual. The load index is indicated on the sidewall of your tire.

  • Max pressure 50 psi

    The maximum pressure to which a cold tire can be inflated.

  • Tread depth 10.5"

    The tread is the grooves on the surface of your tire designed to improve the traction. The depth of the tread has a direct impact on how much traction it has.

  • Weight 33.95 lbs

    The weight of the tire, without the rim.

  • Approved rim widths 7 - 9"

    The minimum and maximum width for rims that can be installed on your tire.

  • Recommended rim width 8"

    The rim for which your tire was designed.

  • Section width 10.43"

    The distance between an inflated tire’s sidewalls when on a rim.

  • Tread width 10.5"

    The width of the tire’s tread.

  • Overall diameter 29.09"

    The diameter of the tire measured from its tread.

  • Tire revs. per km 445

    The number of revolutions the tire will make to cover a kilometre.

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18"Inch

  • 255/55R18 XL 109V 323.99$ per tire See

19"Inch

  • 255/50R19 XL 107H 379.99$ per tire See

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Traction - dry road

Dry-road traction is a tire's ability to brake effectively and respond well to the steering wheel on dry roads.

Traction - wet road

Wet traction is a tire's resistance to hydroplaning and its ability to provide safe driving in wet conditions.

Traction - snowy road

Snow-covered road traction is a tire's ability to operate on partially or completely snow-covered pavement.

Traction - icy road

Ice traction is a tire's ability to operate on partially or completely ice-covered pavement.

Durability

Durability refers to how many kilometres a tire can go before it stops performing.

Comfort/noise

Comfort refers to the ride quality of a tire and the noise it emits on the road.