Equipped with confident traction, ample cushioning, and lightweight but durable synthetic construction, the Oboz Women’s Sawtooth Low trail shoe is a highly-breathable option for performance-demanding hikers who prefer a low cut shoe to a boot.
The hybrid construction of Nubuck leather and high-tenacity fabrics makes the upper of the Sawtooth Low shoe extremely durable, abrasion-resistant, and breathable. 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 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
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 Item Weight 1 lbs 1 oz/pair Fit Standard
Real Customer Reviews
- Well worth every penny I paid
Likes: Buying shoes online can be kind of a gamble. After purchasing a pair of hiking shoes from another website that was not nearly as comfortable as advertised, I was reluctant to give these shoes a try, but I am so glad I did.
I have been having some issues with tendinitis and pain in my arches, so I have appreciated the highly supportive insoles. In fact, since I have been wearing these shoes (and properly stretching before and after hiking and running) I haven't experienced more than a slight bit of pain.
These shoes have excellent grip and support on a variety of surfaces. I'm about as clumsy as it gets, so if anyone is going to twist an ankle on the trail it's going to be me, but I have felt very secure in these shoes, even when running downhill over loose rocks and tree roots.
This may sound vain, but they are also really attractive shoes. I would happily wear them around town and to work, if I could get away with it (I have to stand pretty much all day, so a comfortable pair of shoes like these would be most welcome).
Dislikes: This isn't so much a dislike, but a word of advice: I was quite glad I went up a half-size to an 8.5, because the 8 probably would have been too small to wear with hiking socks.
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