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195/65 R15 185/65 R15 205/55 R16 225/45 R17 175/65 R14 Expand the list of sizes Hide the list of sizes

Vredestein recommended tyres

Vredestein Sportrac 5
4.2

144 reviews

From 57 £ pcs.
Vredestein Ultrac Vorti
4.5

56 reviews

From 376 £ pcs.
Vredestein T-Trac 2
4.0

5 reviews

From 41 £ pcs.

In our offer, we have 17 Vredestein tyre models
priced from £41 to £535.

Vredestein car tyres

Vredestein Quatrac 5
4.3

90 reviews

From 54 £ pcs.
Vredestein Ultrac
4.2

2 reviews

From 56 £ pcs.
Vredestein Quatrac
4.7

2 reviews

From 66 £ pcs.
Vredestein Wintrac
4.0

1 review

From 68 £ pcs.
Vredestein Ultrac PRO
From 74 £ pcs.
Vredestein Ultrac Satin
4.5

1 review

From 84 £ pcs.
Vredestein Wintrac PRO
4.9

2 reviews

From 98 £ pcs.
Vredestein Quatrac PRO
4.5

9 reviews

From 113 £ pcs.

Vredestein 4x4 tyres

Vredestein Van tyres

If tyres were ranked according to appearance, Vredestein would certainly take first place. Models from this premium brand are designed in collaboration with Giorgetto Giugiaro, who won the main prize in the 1999 competition to decide who was the best car designer of the 20th century. Vredestein tyre treads, consequently, are extremely dynamic and stylish.

In addition to their attractive design, Vredestein tyres demonstrate excellent performance parameters. Proof of this can be found in their top positions in ADAC tests obtained by the popular Sportrac 5 model.

The Vredestein product line includes summer tyres, winter tyres and all-season tyres for passenger cars, vans, lorries, cars with 4-wheel drive and bicycles. Vredestein is one of few manufacturers to constantly produce new tyres for retro cars.

Interesting facts:

Vredestein's origins date back to 1909. At the beginning, the factory mainly produced tennis balls, rubber floor coverings, shoes and other related products. In 1934, the factory burned down, and after being rebuilt, it started producing bicycle tyres.

After World War II, Vredestein partnered with the American company BFGoodrich, and the new company's office was located in Enschede. The Profilux tyre model was sold in paper packaging to emphasize its uniqueness. It was to be something more than just an ordinary tyre.

In the 1950s, the tyre brand was advertised with a drawing of a woman, named Profilientje, who was dressed in traditional Dutch costume. When the Masterlux model appeared on the market, she was replaced by the slender Masterlientje, who ran forward in a bold, tailor-made suit. It was a symbol of the leap forward at the time.

The Vredestein brand is now part of Apollo Tyres. It is worth noting that the company’s traditions have been preserved and its tyres are still manufactured in Enschede.

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Our customers' opinions on Vredestein tyres:

  • Radek 3.4

    Vredestein Ultrac

    I used to have this tyres on cars with diesel engine and iwas happy with its performance, but since I drive an electric now, its a bit more powerful on the acceleration so those tyres just cant keep up. A bit better on dry, not so good on wet... without system to control I would be loosing grip with every start. I think I will have to change once they done. See more >
  • Keeley Clarke 5.0

    Vredestein Wintrac PRO

    I did a lot of research to find a winter tyre with good reviews at a reasonable price. I'm a nervous driver in the snow and ice and have to drive at least two mornings a week whatever the weather. These tyres have been tested in the heavy snow recently and they were fantastic. I went out on purpose on a short journey to know how they would perform. We live on an estate where it's uphill to get out and the grip was excellent with no slipping and sliding plus I could brake very easily. I would recommend these tyres to anyone and would definitely buy again. See more >
  • Mati 4.2

    Vredestein Quatrac PRO

    I was afraid of buying all-season tyres for a strong car. That turned out completely unnecessary, and I will never go back to changing tyres. Their advantage in our climate is overwhelming. After all, this model is perfect for when it’s too cold for a summer tyre, which needs to warm up and is hard, losing traction, and too warm for a winter tyre, which becomes soft and “floats”. It is always ready to go, and the conditions don’t make any difference. Loads of reviews about tyres here are written in praise, because let’s agree, how many tyres did an average person go through in their lifetime? And what is their opinion based on? The tyres they went through in their previous two cars? That’s See more > why I was afraid to buy Quatrac Pro, because almost all tyres have good opinions – and wrongly so. That is why my review is rather based on several dozen cars that I drove, and I will tell you that this model is definitely Top League. Predictable behaviour while turning, and on dry and wet surfaces as well as slush. If their durability is just as good, I will buy them again. For now, my opinion is based on a mileage of 10,000 km. I was afraid that the manufacturer talked marketing rubbish, saying that it is a model for sports/demanding cars, but now I can subscribe to it. The tyre balances out the comfort and allows for QUITE A LOT. And it looks good, I’m finally happy with the purchase, and I was a little in the dark when buying, because the model is relatively new.
  • MAtteo 4.4

    Vredestein Quatrac 5

    Vredestein Quatrac 5 are my first all-season tyres. I’ve decided for this alternative with the hope that the current technological progress will provide me with a few years of safe use, and I will finally avoid queuing for the fitting statin twice a year. I drive a small Fiesta MK6, covering about 12k km a year - mainly urban driving. After a half a year of use (including winter) Ima positively surprised. Asymmetric winter and summer tread. In the "dry" conditions, there are no problems. It is quiet, it sticks well to the road, so far resistant to abrasion. The situation is similar in the case of wet conditions, where in the case of smooth, less aggressive driving, I did not feel any slips, See more > no control. I feel very confident in the car. Last winter I was a little disappointed, because the nature was really kind. It is true that snow appeared several times, but in quantities "below average" and I cannot consider it as a testing ground for tyres. Nevertheless, I did not feel any difference to previous cold-weather (Dębica Frigo 2). The Vredestein Quatrac 5 has not let me down yet and I hope it will stay that way. I recommend with a clear conscience.