Here are my two recommendations: If you want a tire that will never slip and looks pretty aggresive, go with Goodyear Wrangler MT/R. This is the tire that comes on a Jeep Wrangler Rubicon edition if you want to check it out. It is also a little more narrow than the normal Goodyear Wrangler which is a stock tire for many SUVs. The narrow tire is better in snow. I put a set on my Grand Cherokee last winter and had no problems what-so-ever on ice or snow. If you want something a little more discreet and not so aggressive, you can’t go wrong with BF Goodrich All-Terrain. These will never let you down and they have a great look with a lot less road noise than the MT/Rs.
Any m+s tire, the skinnier, taller, the better for snow.
i have had really good luck with BFGoodrich all terrain’s, they have deep treds that get through the snow. if you are buying them ,don’t buy wide tires, the wider the tire the more it wants to ride over the snow instead of trying to cut through it
BFG is a great tire. I have ran the Procomp All-terrain for a couple of years and have had really good traction in the snow and on the trails. Just remember for winter driving the skinnier the better so you cut through the snow and not float on top of it. Also you can’t go wrong with a Goodyear!!