Sawtooth II Low B-Dry Hiking Boot - Wide - Women's by Oboz
Your favorite trails are waiting, and not even the trickiest terrain is off limits when you're equipped with the Oboz Sawtooth II Low B-Dry Hiking Boot. This rugged hiking shoe was built with waterproof leather uppers to conquer wet and muddy trails, and a burly outsole to conquer everything else. While these tough uppers are defending against rough trails, the rubber traction underneath is designed to tackle the most challenging routes. Sidewall lugs grip off-camber trails, while the Sawtooth pattern provides intense traction that naturally sheds mud. But don't worry, Oboz also equipped the Sawtooth II with plenty of comfort to get you through those treacherous rock fields and steep switchbacks. An ankle-friendly asymmetrical collar and redesigned heel counter cradle your feet with a comfortable fit, while a dual-density midsole provides cushioning and stability as you hike. In addition to a nice roomy toe box in this wide edition, Oboz' proprietary O Fit insole adds further cushioning and support, with a specially designed 3-density EVA construction that places your foot in a neutral position.
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Oboz Sawtooth II Low B-Dry Hiking Boot - Wide - Women's
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