Oboz Aurora Trail Running Shoe - Women's

Oboz Aurora Trail Running Shoe - Women's
Oboz Aurora Trail Running Shoe - Women's
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Aurora Trail Running Shoe - Women's by Oboz
There's nothing worse than having to decide between colorful running shoes and bland hiking boots, which is why Oboz bridged the gap with the Women's Aurora Trail Running Shoes. An incredibly breathable and light mesh upper with minimal seams keep your feet at a perfect temperature while the synthetic leather overlays provide flexibility and support. To take an edge off intense terrain and prevent bruising, these shoes have high-traction 4mm lugs, an EVA Super Skin forefoot, and a shock-absorbent dual density EVA midsole. The Aurora shoes also feature a BFit Essential insole, comfy nylon shank, and a durable Hyalite sole.

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SKU: OBZ000N
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