And yet, these are not winter tires, but such solid slippers that you wear only in winter and you don’t go anywhere in them. Riding on these tires is good only in sub-zero temperatures in Hong Kong on asphalt.
The tires are "square", i. E. they do not have rounded edges. In any rut, the tire does not have full contact with the road.
And the most annoying thing about these tires: they roll on the road. It's so infuriating that you just can't drive smoothly on the road. The car shakes all the time. If the temperature approaches 0, then you ride like chewing gum. And if it's 10 or more, then that's it - taxi constantly and catch the car. When advancing trucks, the car winds along all lanes. I don’t know for which Japanese these slippers are expensively designed, but I personally tied up with Bridgestone. As if for 7 years of use, it's enough for me. These slippers are bought for wide cars, some BMW, in size 225 and wider, and ride around Hong Kong.
On ice, these tires do not slow down. Ice on the road. You are at a traffic light. You start moving along with everyone, but there will always be an eccentric who decides to let someone pass a non-left turn, and everyone starts to stop, but . you can’t stop even at the speed of a pedestrian, the car rolls on. (Once near the house I almost caught up with the Mercedes S-class, there was very little left to the bumper. )
Basically no wear resistance. If you drive very, very carefully, then everything seems to be fine. But even with such a ride, the rubber manages to wear out always and everywhere. If you drive it actively, then the wear of the lamellas is immediately noticeable. You don’t even notice the wear of these, you feel it every time you press the gas pedal. With any acceleration, you understand that this rubber is erased. It's just annoying.