Friday, January 24, 2014

Goodyear Eagle Sport All-Season Tires {Review}

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Has it really only technically been winter for a month?

Although the rest of the nation might disagree, I'm pretty sure that here in the Midwest it feels as though winter has been going on for the last four years or so. When we're lucky to have high temps for the day reach 0°, that's just not okay.

As much as it would make me happy to hibernate until the snow has all melted, I've had to brave the freezing wind, icy sleet and arctic air day after day as I go about my daily life. And, while I never claim to be the best driver on the planet, I am pretty confident in my abilities.

My husband, on the other hand? Well, let's just say that's not always the case. Even though I know that he is rolling his eyes at me when I stress DRIVE SAFELY to him over the phone when he is leaving work, is it my fault that his past spin-outs, slides and automobile snafus have left me a little overly concerned about his safety?

car scrape
The fortunately-small aftermath from him spinning 180° on the freeway and bumping into the guardrail.

This winter, however, my nerves have been slightly less stressed every time my husband gets behind the wheel thanks to the superior quality of Goodyear's newest tire, the Eagle Sport All-Season.

Goodyear Eagle Sport All-Season Tires

Goodyear has been creating innovative products and services that set the technology and performance standards for the industry for over 100 years, and their continued commitment to advancing the science and technology of tires is what drives their experts every day.

So, once I was introduced to their new Eagle Sport All-Season tires, I had no doubt that they would be able to provide responsive handling and confident all-season traction on my husband's car.


I love that these new high-performance tires carry a 50,000-mile tread life limited warranty and that they feature an innovative tread compound to offer outstanding wet and dry performance, with enhanced grip in ice and snow. That's exactly what I want so that I can relax (a little bit) knowing that my husband is less likely to slip and slide when he is out and about.

Once four of these tires were delivered and I was done admiring their quality and durability...

Goodyear tire review simply took making an appointment to bring the car in to have these Eagle Sport All-Season Tires installed.

Even though I don't spend as much time driving this car as much as my husband does, I have easily noticed that the improved treadwear and all-season traction truly does make a difference in the control, handling and responsiveness of the car.

This is great year-round, but especially right now when the roads are covered with snow and ice!

subaru outback

For the remainder of this icy winter and beyond, I'm happy knowing that having Goodyear's well-constructed tires on my husband's car will be one more precaution taken in keeping him (and the whole family) as safe as possible.

Currently Goodyear Eagle Sport All-Season tires have an MSRP starting at $97 each (there is also a mail-in rebate to save even more money when you buy a set of four) and much more information and availability can be found on the Goodyear website. They even have a great widget that will let you know if these tires will fit on your make and model vehicle!

Visit to see their full line of high quality products and connect with them on Facebook and Twitter so that you stay up to date on the latest and greatest in all things Goodyear.

The Goodyear tires, information, and discount code have been provided by Goodyear.


Carrie Phelps said...

I will soon be shopping for new tires. Doing this is about the same as performing brain surgery! When it comes to my car I am clueless so I appreciate the timing of your review. Thank you.

slehan said...

Having good tires for your vehicle is a must. Looks like you found some good ones for your peace of mind.

slehan at juno dot com

tanya holland said...

These are definitely the tires we need this winter. It is almost time for some new ones and I think we might go with these

C and C girl said...

Although I'm in Florida and don't have to worry about snow I do like to make sure my tires are up to par.

Stephen Alexander said...

Those are nice looking tires. Glad I'm not driving in snow in Florida!

Jayne Townsley said...

That's a very reasonable price for quality tires.

I think people underestimate how much proper tires can increase safety and gas mileage.

Minta's Creations said...

Yes I surely believe that tires are the really important the kind that you have on your car can be more safe than other brands.

Jean Brinkley said...

These would be great tires for winter where I live. We don't get a lot of snow, but ice is a big problem and it is stressful to drive in.

Angie Church said...

awesome post just in time as we are preparing to guide son to get new tires for his car

Tammy S said...

We have Goodyear Tires and they are great. The make a quality tire which is one of the reasons we always buy Goodyear for our cars. Great review!

Dianna said...

Well, I am in the same boat, indeed-- I have to have new tires soon. I am hoping at tax time there will be enough to get four new ones. These look pretty good for what we need here, sure hope they will be on sale soon. Thanks for the review. I'll keep this in mind ,when we are buying ours this next month or so.

slehan said...

Today I was glad I had good tires: snow, ice and wind. It was ugly out there.

slehan at juno dot com

sgumer said...

these tires seem great for bad weather. when i go shopping for tires again i will definitely take a look at these.

Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell said...

He's lucky that's the only reminder of that highway mishap. Sheesh! It's funny because I have all-weather tires, but nobody else does that down here. It just makes logical sense to me to be prepared for everything no matter where you live.

slehan said...

Another day here in Colorado where it pays to have good tires. Snow off and on all day - high temp of 17.

slehan at juno dot com

Sarah Matos said...

I always buy all season tires. Ive had good results with good year in the past.