Just before my second Winter, Oct '16 at 19,634 miles, I replaced the OEM Bridgestone Duelers. Great when new but wore out very fast. I'm easy on tires, too. Just over 40,000 on the Michelins. Not even close to halfway worn. 100% even wear. Still handle wet conditions almost like when new. The closest match tread wise to what's available today looks more like the Defender T + H. Mine do say MS on the them, but in small letters close to the wheel.
Receipt just says "MCH Defender A/S Mileage - 90,000"
The biggest difference I noticed first thing when they were new is the steering felt lighter. It was easier to turn. Especially when parking. I think Michelin marketing at the time said they weighed noticeably less than other tires. They were #1 rated on CR at that time, too. They're quiet enough, although the '15 CRV isn't free of the road noise many Honda models were known for in the past. If you can spring for the price of a new set and an all wheel alignment it's a good investment, assuming your suspension is in okay shape. Good luck!