The Remington Wide Brute is, first off, a good looking tire, albeit not very well known.
I work in heavy trucks and deal with every kind of tire imaginable and until I bought the Remington Brute I never heard of the brand.
Tread wear is very even and uniform. There does seem to be cracking all around lugs at the base of tires, found this on all 4 tires, so it isn't just a one off thing. Handling is pretty good, maybe a little jerky.
These tires are on a Durango, which rides like a tank to start with, so I can't blame it all on the tires.
99 percent of driving is highway, 65-70 mph everyday. The tire is on the medium side as far as lug road noise, and does shimmy at high speeds. I have had them high speed balanced to correct this but it just seems to move the shimmy point to a different mph point.
I put lug pattern on my vehicle for looks, these tires never go off road or are subject to heavy loads, so they are very lightly put through their paces.
I still have about half life left in the tires and I can't comment on the longevity of them, but all in all if they last and the cracking at base of tires doesn't get any worse I might buy a new set. But I will be honest, I buy cheap tires every time due to the fact I put 30,000+ miles on them a year and the cheap ones last exactly as long as the expensive ones.
I would give these tires, so far, a 6 out of 10 rating. The lower rating is due to the excessive cracking of casing and the high speed shimmy I can't get corrected.