What was wet performance like? I haven't had any monsoons yet to test.
I am in Colorado, so never seen a monsoon here!
But even light rain my prior 3pmsf (not Rebel) Duratracs would be super slimey and squirrelly, though they did surprisingly well against hydroplaning.
Geolanders and KO2s were much less squirrely, though the KO2s were scary for hydroplaning.
The closest to Monsoons we get is big snow storms in warm weather, or after a snow storm and things melt. Tons of standing water and slush.
In all wet conditions the Revos just grip like velcro. Much more confident in the non-dry. And the hydroplaning / slush evacuation is phenomenal, which I guess isn't really surprising when you look at the tread pattern.