Re: How rough do Outlaw's ride?
Lets put it this way, in wet conditions you will not notice them. On hard pack the will be ruff as heck at low speeds. You will want to have a second set of trail tires for when you run a lot of hard packed trails. The laws are a 100% mud tire and mainly that's all they are good for.
If you are looking for a excellent mudder that's good on trails get the Vamps because they ride smooth on hard pack at slow speeds, they climb well on slippery conditions, and they are a proven mudder. All the normal Vamps have 1.3" of tread and the wear like steel if you stay off paved roads. I run 27" vamps on my Vinson for almost 2 years now (mainly during the wet seasons and specific summer trail mud runs) and a month ago I bought a pair of 25x9.5-12 for my TRX 300 2x4 (pics are in my sig) and they work awesome for all arounders. I love them and the still impress me every time I ride with them on. I have tried laws, 589, gators, blackwaters and the Vamps are the only tire that I have tried that I don't have any major complaints about. I will say the Vamps ride kinda scary at speeds over 45 MPH because you have very limited surface area traction to the ground at the faster road speeds but I didn't buy them to drag race so I personally don't care. I usually just putt along at around 35 MPH with my 27" vamps on and they get me where I wan to go. If speed is a factor for you look at it this way, they might beat you to the mud hole but you will spank them when you get there because you will out perform all of the lighter tires of the same size in the mud if you have the right operator skills. The only tires that will compete with the Vamps are Laws, Zillas, and Bi-Tri claws. Hope this helps