Oboz Sawtooth II Low Hiking Shoe - Wide - Men's

Oboz Sawtooth II Low Hiking Shoe - Wide - Men's
Oboz Sawtooth II Low Hiking Shoe - Wide - Men's
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Sawtooth II Low Hiking Shoe - Wide - Men's by Oboz
If you want the support of a traditional hiking boot with the low-profile feel of an athletic shoe, look no further than the Oboz Sawtooth II Low Wide Hiking Shoe. It's got the rugged durability, supportive comfort, and trail-ready performance that you need for dawn-to-dusk day hikes and multi-day backpacking trips alike. Available in this special wide version to accommodate those with wider feet or anyone looking to layer their thick hiking socks, the Sawtooth II Low features a narrow heel to prevent slippage that may lead to uncomfortable blistering, an asymmetrical collar for an improved ankle fit, and large mesh vents to ensure breathability during warm weather hikes. Like most Oboz shoes, it comes with an ultra-comfortable O-Fit insole, which provides cushioned support for your long trail miles. You've also got a high-traction rubber outsole, complete with deep lugs that deliver reliable grip on both soft and hard trail surfaces.

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