Originally Posted by Geezer
FYI, most directional tires can be rotated to the other side of the car if you remove and flip the tire on the wheel. If you keep the tires properly balanced and have regular alignments rotating front to back on the same side shouldn't present any unusual wear issues. Another repected tire that meet most of your criteria is the Yokohama Avid Envigor.
Thanks for the heads up on that.
The Envigors fall pretty short in show traction from the reviews and ratings and Lack the LRR (Low Rolling Resistance). We get over 200 inches of snow per year on average so I am looking for something with decent snow performance even though it's not on the top of my list.