I haven't been able to find a long term review of these tires so here is my 2 cents...
I bought my 2012 Rubicon May of last year with these tires on it. They are 35x12.50x17". They looked pretty new when I bought it but the Jeep had 36,000 on it. It is now near 50, 000.
Work decent in all conditions
I'm not a huge snow or mud guy but they did as good as any other mud tire I've owned.
Good on road
I try to run load range "C" tires whenever possible but not easy to do with 17"s. Not bad for a "D" and many of this size are "E".
I say relative because this is the first hardtop JK I have owned and it is much quieter in general than my hardtop TJs in the past.
Wear pretty good on road
Again this is subjective since I don't know how many miles are on them. When I bought this the tire light would come on below 38psi so that is where I kept them until recently. They didn't show overinflation wear but it did ride kinda firm. Now I am experimenting around 27-32psi.
(although I couldn't care less personally)
The barbed wire sidewall looks like a bad tattoo.
I have a friend who likes to pee on them because of this.
I wish they had more tread on the sidewall
(the old Baja Claw bias ply is my favorite tire)
(not good but not necessarily the tires fault):
Jeep has a wobble.
Was death wobble until I retorqued/adjusted/rebalanced tires.
Wrecked a sidewall.
I was aired down to 10psi and went up an obstacle and had to make a sharp right/squeeze between sharp rocks. The rock broke off inside the tire. Not sure any tire would have survived and I probably shouldn't have aired down so much.
Outer edge of tread is chunking.
This is recent. I don't know if it is because I am running less street pressure, airing down more, or if repeated abuse is finally taking its toll?
With this Jeeps gearing, power, and willingness to make everything easy I am possibly guilty of leaving it in 2HI more than I should. That would cause some chunking issues although not likely on just the outer edges unless maybe because of design? This isn't the first tire to do this and I spend a lot of time doing haul ass in 2wd Mojave Trail type stuff.
That pic shows the worst section of the worst tire. The rest look more like this...
Rereading this it kinda sounds like I don't like them. To be fair I was going to try something different when these were done. Then I thought about tire performance in the past when I was doing this much 4 wheeling of this type. More expensive, well known radial mud tires really haven't done any better than these have. I priced different tires and then saw what a replacement would cost for one of these and decided to stick with them.