Cooper Tire STT PRO Performance – 2 Years of Testing Out on the Trail
Now that it’s been about 2 years since Cindy and I first started running Cooper Discoverer STT Pro tires, we thought it might be a good idea to post up a review of how they’ve been holding up and more importantly, how they perform out on the trail. But then, we got thinking that maybe the better thing to do, is to show all that we’ve been able to do with them and let you decide for yourself. In this short video, you’ll get to see both Moby and Rubicat putting their STT Pros to the test, out on the rocks and up in the snow and in places like the Great Basin and Mojave Deserts, Sierra Nevada Mountains and of course, Moab, Utah. We hope you enjoy.
For those of you who are giving the Cooper Discoverer STT Pros a look for the very first time, you should know that this is the most advanced and extreme tire they’ve made to date. In addition to their aggressive 3-2 center rib design and shoulder lugs Cooper likes to call “side-biters”, the STT Pro comes with an all new silica tread compound and features improved sidewall strength utilizing their proprietary 3-Ply Armor-Tek3. Of course, what Cindy and I love most about Cooper Tires is that they’re all made right here in the U.S.A.
Clearly, there’s a lot of things we didn’t cover in the video or at least, in terms of a “review” but we were kind of hoping to have an open discussion about it here and so, if you have questions, please ask away.