Oboz Mesa Low Hiking Shoe - Women's

Oboz Mesa Low Hiking Shoe - Women's
Oboz Mesa Low Hiking Shoe - Women's
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Mesa Low Hiking Shoe - Women's by Oboz
Cruise confidently up rough terrain and through shallow stream crossings in the Oboz Women's Mesa Low Hiking Shoe. The lowest volume hiker from Oboz's collection, this shoe offers performance comfort for individuals with narrower feet and lower arches and insteps. It's crafted with a nubuck leather upper and backed with a breathable membrane that shields your feet from water for durable outdoor performance. A cushioned insole provides support and comfort whether you're headed out for a short hike or plan to be on the trail all day. The Mesa is finished with a women's specific sole to ensure a light and nimble fit as you scramble up trails to take in the view.

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SKU: OBZ001B
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