Equipped with confident traction, ample cushioning, and waterproof/breathable construction, the Oboz Women’s Sawtooth Low BDry trail shoe is a great option for any performance-demanding hiker who prefers a low cut to a full-fledged boot.
The hybrid construction of Nubuck leather and high-tenacity fabrics makes the upper of the Sawtooth Low BDry shoe extremely durable, abrasion-resistant, and breathable. The BDry tape-sealed polyurethane bootie provides waterproof protection while still helping to breathe and wick sweat to keep you cool and dry. A 3D molded heel counter keeps your heel securely and comfortably held in place while a wide toe box gives your foot some roominess where it’s most likely to need it.
Under foot, the shoe’s dual-density EVA foam and nylon shank provide comfortable cushioning, flexibility, and stability. A high-performance insole is a cut above what you’ll find in most boots, providing plush EVA foam under the heel and forefoot, a shock-absorbing and stability-enhancing heel cup and arch support, and moisture-wicking materials.
The rubber outsole’s aggressive, mud-shedding tread and toothy traction-enhancing side lugs team up to provide confident footing on-trail or off.
The Oboz Women’s Sawtooth Low BDry trail shoe is available in women’s full and half sizes.
- BFit Deluxe Insole stabilizes arches and protects high-impact zones
- Molded Heel Counter is made for extra durability
- BDry Membrane blocks water from the wet trails while wicking away sweat
Best Use Hiking Warranty One Year Limited Upper Material Waterproof Nubuck Leather & Fabric Type Hiking Shoe Toe Protection Yes Outsole Sawtooth Number of Eyelets Seven Midsole Dual Density EVA Liner Material Oboz Bdry Waterproof/Breathable Item Weight 1 lbs 12 oz/pair Fit Standard
Real Customer Reviews
- So far so good
Likes: Purchased this summer, but reviewing due to what I think is a significant amount of time spent in them and testing to speak. Roomy for the toe box, but not too wide for my narrow foot to swim. I tested them in Utah and Colorado with some serious rock climbing, in ankle twisting terrain. They held up wonderfully, were stable and I never got a blister, or had any problems. Continue to wear them for occasional local hikes, and love them. I have not yet had the chance to test them in water and rain and will return with updates if/when I do. I bought them in blue, fantastic color.
Dislikes: The first few weeks, my ankle bone on one foot only rubbed against the upper edge of the shoe, making me think that perhaps my high arch was causing the uncomfortable meetup. The issue eventually resolved, but nonetheless, it was a longer 'breaking in' period with this shoe.
- Great hiking shoe for toe comfort
Likes: I have had issues with my previous hiking shoes with my toes being crowded and not enough support going downhill. These shoes give enough space for my bunions and my feet do not slip forward - great support!!
Dislikes: The reason I gave them 4 stars is they do not have as much cushion as I would like.
- Soft Sole
Likes: Nice color and fit.
Dislikes: Soft sole that bends too much for my preference.
- comfy shoe that does its job
Likes: Wore them new out of the box on a hike today and no break-in was needed. Roomy toe box and great traction and grip on a trail that was pretty rocky.
Dislikes: Only thing I noticed was my foot did slip towards the front when I was going downhill, despite the heel grip. I don't know if I should wear thicker socks or go a half size down (i'm normally between a 6 and 6.5 but went up because of all the reviews).
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