On my last F150 I put BF Goodrich TA KO2's on it. But I wasn't that pleased with their winter performance. They were good in snow and ice, but didn't seem too stable on the wet slushy stuff.
My new F150 came with Goodyear Wrangler Fortitudes. So far they are doing good. And last winter I ran them for a bit before I put studded snow tires on, and surprisingly they did almost as good as the studded tires.
But I notice at the mine at work at, all the company vehicles and almost all the employee trucks are running Good Year Dura Tracs. We drive 70 KM on gravel road in, then 15 KM each way every day from camp to site. The sharp rock is hard on tires. And severe conditions in winter. So maybe that says something in favor of those??
KO2’s here as well, I’ve had them about 15k now maybe a little more and they are holding up very well. Off-road ~10%, tow 40-50% (often in hay fields), other highway <20%. I’m guessing I’ll get well more than 50k out of them.