- Oboz plants a tree for every pair of shoes sold, in partnership with Trees for the Future
- Nubuck leather leather uppers combine with abrasion resistant textile to stand-up to regular use on rugged trails
- Oboz BDry waterproof, breathable membranes keep water out so your feet stay dry and comfortable
- Anatomic EVA footbeds and dual-density EVA midsoles provide cushioning over a long day of hiking
- Nylon shanks offer torsional stability and protection underfoot, increasing surefootedness on varied terrain
- Injection-molded heel counters lock feet in to deliver technical-yet-nimble performance
- Aggressively lugged outsoles use a durable, sticky rubber for exceptional grip in all directions on both wet and dry surfaces
|Lining||BDry waterproof/breathable membrane|
|Average Footwear Weight (Pair)||1 lb. 11.6 oz.|
I am hiking the Camino soon. I purchased this shoe to use for the hike. I was told to buy one full size up from what I normally wear (9.5). So I recently purchased a 10.5. I have not used them yet.I'm worried that the 10.5 will be too lg...advice pls?
I've worn Obox shoes before without problem. The Sawtooth seems cut higher at the opening and puts pressure on my outer anklebone. (I'm referring to the bump on either side of the ankle.) Has anyone else noticed this with this style?
I am having a hard time deciding between this waterproof version or the non-waterproof version of this exact shoe. Does anyone have any advice? Do they both fit and feel the same?
I just purchase a pair of Oboz sawtooth. I am wearing them around the house and notice I can feel the ridges of the sole through the forefoot insole. I have not experienced this before. Is this pair defective?
How is this shoe fitting for subpronators?
Does this shoe have a spacious toe box?
How waterproof are these shoes?
Let's the women's Oboze bdry low hiker run small or large? I vary between 9 and 9.5 should I go 9.5? How true to size?