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

Oboz Sawtooth II Low B-Dry Hiking Shoe - Women's
Oboz Sawtooth II Low B-Dry Hiking Shoe - Women's
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Sawtooth II Low B-Dry Hiking Shoe - Women's by Oboz
For hikers looking to balance the rugged performance of a hiking boot with the low profile of a hiking tennie, the Oboz Women's Sawtooth Low Hiking Shoes are a great compromise. They're breathable, waterproof, and built on an aggressive sole that will bite into everything from packed-out trails below treeline to rocky alpine routes that frequently cross long sections of scree followed by wet and soggy meadows. Oboz added plenty of cushioning in the form of a dual-density midsole to support your feet over miles of rough and rugged terrain, then added a nylon shank for added stability when the angle of ascent turns steep.

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SKU: OBZ002J
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