Oboz Cirque Low B-Dry Hiking Shoe - Men's

Oboz Cirque Low B-Dry Hiking Shoe - Men's
Oboz Cirque Low B-Dry Hiking Shoe - Men's
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Cirque Low B-Dry Hiking Shoe - Men's by Oboz
With the Oboz Cirque Low B-Dry Hiking Shoe you'll be able to cruise along the trail in any weather thanks to its full waterproof protection, athletic profile, and trail-ready performance. Designed for speedy ascents, this waterproof hiking shoe ensures that no summit or trail is off limits in a little bit of rain. The waterproof and breathable B-Dry membrane keeps your feet dry during the deluge, and does so without making them feel clammy or stuffy. Meanwhile, the Tempest outsole ensures traction on variable terrain and conditions thanks to its rounded 4. 5mm lugs. There's also a forefoot ESS rock plate that keeps your foot protected from sharp roots and rocks that might be hiding under the gathering puddles, and a midsole built around comfortable stability, all-day support, and the flex you need to really dig into those steep upper-mountain trails.

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