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
- 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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