Oboz Arete Low Hiking Shoe - Women's

Oboz Arete Low Hiking Shoe - Women's
Oboz Arete Low Hiking Shoe - Women's
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Arete Low Hiking Shoe - Women's by Oboz
The Arete Low is a hiking shoe that does a great job of balancing support, comfort, and weight savings. The key to this combination is the A3 chassis that will inspire confidence and ensure you can perform at your best from trailhead to summit.

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SKU: OBZG02A
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