Oboz Sawtooth II Low B-Dry Hiking Shoe - Men's

Oboz Sawtooth II Low B-Dry Hiking Shoe - Men's
Oboz Sawtooth II Low B-Dry Hiking Shoe - Men's
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Sawtooth II Low B-Dry Hiking Shoe - Men's by Oboz
The Oboz Sawtooth II Low B-Dry Hiking Shoe is your get up and go shoe for any and all of your outdoor adventures. It's got enough performance to tackle long days on the trail and extended backpacking trips, but sport a low profile design that won't be out of place on quicker adventures and around town. You won't even be held back by rainy weather thanks to the B-Dry waterproof membrane, which also allows for breathable comfort when you start to really move. Support and stability come to you in the way of a molded heel counter, cushioned EVA midsole, and underfoot nylon shank, while a classic Sawtooth outsole maintains steady traction while shedding mud and dirt so your shoes don't feel heavy on the trail.

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