Oboz Sawtooth II Hiking Shoe - Women's

Oboz Sawtooth II Hiking Shoe - Women's
Oboz Sawtooth II Hiking Shoe - Women's
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Sawtooth II Hiking Shoe - Women's by Oboz
The Oboz Women's Sawtooth Hiking Shoes check off all the boxes--lightweight, rugged, and comfortable. A tough Sawtooth sole offers ridiculous traction over varying terrain, so you don't lose your footing over tricky routes, and breathable uppers keep your feet feeling great no matter how hard you're pushing yourself. Dual-density EVA cushioning in both the insole and midsole let you hike all the live-long day without getting tired toes; the O Fit footbed is designed with a sculpted arch that places the foot in a neutral position, and the deep heel cushion makes for natural support. Finish the Sawtooth II off with a sturdy heel counter and asymmetrical (aka comfortable) collar, and you have got yourself one ideal hiking shoe.

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SKU: OBZ002M
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