Oboz Sawtooth II Mid B-Dry Hiking Boot - Women's

Oboz Sawtooth II Mid B-Dry Hiking Boot - Women's
Oboz Sawtooth II Mid B-Dry Hiking Boot - Women's
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Sawtooth II Mid B-Dry Hiking Boot - Women's by Oboz
With rugged performance and all-day comfort, the Oboz Sawtooth II Mid B-Dry Hiking Boot is ready for rocky day summits and week-long trails through the backcountry. Built with a waterproof membrane, you're promised dry socks no matter how many rainstorms you encounter on your adventure. Rugged nubuck leather ensures comfort and durability, while the mesh, moisture-wicking lining keeps things breathable and sweat-free on warmer outings. Low-density EVA pods and a high-density EVA sculpted arch work together in the proprietary insole to promote a neutral foot position and add cushioned comfort when scrambling over boulders and scree fields. Oboz gave this boot a similarly-named Sawtooth rubber outsole with grippy sidewall lugs to chew up loose and muddy terrain without any added bulk.

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SKU: OBZ002R
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