What about Hankook Dynapro A/Tm RF10 or BFGoodrich Rugged Terrain T/A?
They about both less than $120 from wally world
This crowd is more offroad oriented than most drivers.
I like the Hankook DynaproATM RF10 quite a bit.
They are a good balance IMO between hiway and offroad.
They are AT rated but are obviously not MTs.
If you intend to spend a lot of time "wheeling" probably not the right tires..
But if you are like most driving mostly on road but want an emergency reserve ability for driving on a uphill dirt road or a crossing a wet hiway median they are quite sufficient.
I once took them on on a short drive on what was basically an ATV trail.. but it was still a trail not a mud pit.
They are also 3 peak mountain snowflake rated so are acceptable in those countries that mandate outright winter tires in some part of the year..
but they are no Blizzaks in extreme snow/ice (which are also too soft for warm months hiway driving!)
Also great in the rain.
I consider them a good balance and they are on my Xterra. Got them from discount tire (a sponsor on here)
Other tires mentioend here are also quite good.
One tire I cannot recommend for anything other than a weekend and off road only use at the Courser MTs.
They looked great.
But they were LOUD on the hiway. I literally found myself wearing earplugs and my mpgs dropped noticably as did the on road handling feel.