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11 of the best spring tires you can shop online: Continental, Michelin and more

Shopping for tires online has never been easier!

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Looking for new spring tires? Here are th best ones you can shop online. (Photo via Getty Images)

When it comes to tires, one size definitely doesn't fit all. With so many different brands and types out there, finding the right set can feel daunting. Do you want a performance tire, offering enhanced handling and control on the road — or are you looking for a reliable set of all-seasons that don't break the bank? Perhaps you want to give the uniquely designed all-weather tires a try. The options are truly endless. So sit back and let us take the wheel. We've assembled a list of 11 highly-respected and sought after tires on the market today. Trust us, after you scroll through the selection below, online shopping for tires will be something you'll actually be excited to do.

A performance tire like this one from Continental is a popular option for your spring and summer needs. Its singular SportPlus Technology helps prolong tread life while providing a better grip as you navigate wet roads. If you have a sporty car and want tires that give you more of a handle on the road then these will work perfectly for you. Just remember, when shopping for any tire online, you need to confirm its available for your vehicle by entering your vehicle specs and tire size information in the search menu provided. 

$260 at eBay

This Vredestein tire is all about performance. These are top of the line in terms of hydroplaning resistance and superior gripping capabilities on wet roads, and right now they're 25 per cent off.

$165 at Canadian Tire

Lots of different terms are thrown around when researching tires, but two common ones are performance and all-season. Essentially, a performance tire is about providing a driver with a better handling experience on the road, while the all-season tire's better tread helps your car manoeuvre a variety of weather conditions. For me, a driver who's never once driven in sport mode, all-seasons are my jam and these from Michelin are an excellent option. This long-lasting high performance tire is well designed for superb wet and dry braking. Although, who are we kidding, anything in the Michelin tire family is a safe bet for your car.   

$234 at eBay

If you're looking for a reliable and durable tire, then the Firestone All Season is for you. One of the most trusted tire brands in terms of safety and endurance, these tires give you great all-season performance at an excellent value. I remember my grandfather had Firestones on his pickup and those babies lasted for years! 

$206 at eBay

This Pirelli all-season tire is a great choice for SUVs and crossover vehicles. The tire's reinforced design provides enhanced stability behind the wheel. You'll also get a higher mileage with these on your rims as the tire's composite materials are made to last long. Best news? These are on sale right now.

$222 at Canadian Tire

This Yokohama all-season performance tire is a great choice for passenger and crossover utility vehicles. This tire's asymmetric tread pattern, wavy sipes (slits) and grooves are ideal for traction during a summer storm. If you're spending your spring and summers months in a wet or cooler climate you will appreciate the tire's unique HS-2 Compound which makes breaking and handling much easier. 

$253 at eBay

Are you someone looking for an ultra-performance tire that offers a smooth ride? Then this one from MotoMaster might be right up your lane. (See what I did there?) Designed for passenger cars, its unique Hydra Control technology increases traction, ideal for wet weather driving. Another perk is the tire's frequency staggering technology, creating minimum road noise for a quieter drive. With a set of these, your car is all set for a sporty summer.

$155 at Canadian Tire

This Kumho all-season tire is one of the most affordable on the list. Whether you're driving a stylish sedan or a sporty crossover, a set of these sturdy tires will provide you with a comfortable and smooth ride. This tire also comes in a wide variety of sizes.

$104 at Canadian Tire

These all-season tires are built on a ground touring platform. Sounds fancy — but what does that actually mean? Well, they deliver great wet and dry traction while offering a smoother and quieter ride. Drivers of passenger cars and crossover vehicles will appreciate the look and durability of this top rated Bridgestone beauty. 

$207 at Canadian Tire

I have family on the west coast where warm, dry weather in the summer months isn't a guarantee. For them, an all-weather tire is a better fit. Unlike the all-seasons, all-weather tires have a more aggressive tread allowing them to perform very well in both winter and summer months. This one from Pirelli is made for light trucks, SUVs and crossover vehicles. These WeatherActive tires offer drivers added confidence on the road regardless of the weather. A passenger car driver? Check out the all-season Pirelli Cinturato which also features their proprietary WeatherActive technology.  

$255 at Canadian Tire

Rounding out our list is the ContiPremiumContact tire from Continental. This tire screams high performance with its superior grip and enhanced traction capabilities in both wet or dry conditions. Suitable for passenger and crossover vehicles, this tire is ideal for luxury car drivers looking to up their tire game. With its innovative 3-D groove technology that allows water to be dispersed more efficiently, this Continental tire provides great traction on those really rainy summer evenings. 

$115 at Canadian Tire

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