How's falken azenis Pt-722?

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i saw the thread wear for 18" is 440, very high and price around similar to nexen n6000/8000





Falken Azenis PT-722 A-S


Azenis PT722 is Falken's first ultra high performance, all-season tire, with a deep tread depth and long lateral groove, for anti-hydroplaning and stability in the wet. The asymmetric tread pattern provides tremendous comfort while Falken’s Treadwear Indicators regularly inform drivers of proper rotation timing, thus maximizing wear performance for better mileage and longer life. Targeted toward luxury vehicle owners, the PT722 is available in 44 sizes from series 30 to 60, with diameters ranging from 16 to 20-inch.

NEWLY DEVELOPED WIDE STEEL BELTS that are stronger than normal cord, offer better wear and performance.
LONG LATERAL GROOVE reduces hydroplaning and provides excellent driving stability in wet conditions.
UNIQUE RIB GROOVE inhibits irregular wear by enahancing rigidity of the tread.
DEEP TREAD DEPTH improves mileage and increases longevity.
JOINTLESS NYLOn CAP PLY & LAYER increase durability at speed and in wet conditions.
HIGH DENSITY CASING PLY improves wear resistance.
TREADWEAR INDICATORS regularly informs drivers of proper rotation timing.
 

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To me they are normal touring tyres only, more for comfort drive and durability. Traction Rating A only. This tyre also to me too much sipes....
If you want UHP then look at their FK453.....
 

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yeah im not a falken fan as their wear out rates are higher and lousier tractions, so the 453 is better improvement from the 452 eh?
 

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yeah im not a falken fan as their wear out rates are higher and lousier tractions, so the 453 is better improvement from the 452 eh?
Suppose to be, as Falken have joined the bandwagon on asymmetric pattern. FK452 is directional and 453 is asymmetric....Some how reminds me of GT Radial HPY pattern....ha! ha!