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Bridger BDry

rated 4.5 of 5 stars I bought these boot just about a year ago and I'm quite pleased. Out of the box fit was good and a trip to REI got me into a size that was best. It took a week or so for my upper ankle to adjust to the padding, but I'm happy as a clam now. They really are waterproof, very comfortable, and seem to be lasting after a year of constant use. I wear these for about 50% of my daily footwear and for trail hiking in New England. I'd buy another pair in a heartbeat. I shopped around for a new boot for quite… Full review

Sawtooth Mid

rated 4 of 5 stars Love this boot. Great waterproof boot, decent breath-ability and moderate price line. Fit: These boots are snug. When you push your foot in, it's almost like you are clicking into snowboard bindings. Your foot feels right. There are no hot spots, decent arches and the boot really contours to your foot well. Comfort: It took me no time to break them in. The first day I got them, I took them on a ten-mile hike throughout the dunes. They handled everything great. Support: Could be better. I have a… Full review

Sawtooth Low

rated 2.5 of 5 stars Used them for hiking in very rough hot terrain of North West Australia. Initially great, but once they got wet they seemed to shrink to where I could not wear them. Purchased on line after a review of the boots. I used them in the northwest of Australia where the ground gets very hot—65 degrees Celsius. Mainly used hiking on large loose boulders as well as grassed surfaces when paragliding. Great traction! Were not waterproof at all, but gave very good ventilation and kept my feet cool which… Full review

Sawtooth Low

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Rock solid gripping sole. Just feel the give in a Merrell sole compared to these and you will never go back. They offer the quick drying Oboz Sawtooth Low and the BDry version with more waterproofing. I opted for the former and am truly a happy hiker. These shoes are an excellent backpacking or trail shoe. They are tremendously supportive from the tank tread like sole up. As an ultralight backpacker I can appreciate a shoe which dries quick. I figured when I got wet my shoes needed to dry quick… Full review

Traverse Low

rated 5 of 5 stars For a durable, lightweight shoe that is ready to take whatever terrain you throw at it, look no further than the Oboz Traverse Low. My first ever backpacking trip left me with a stress fracture in my foot due to the rocky terrain and wearing only tennis shoes to hike in, my mistake. The first thing that I bought when I got back were these shoes. I think that I really lucked out with the fit of the shoe, with the biggest surprise being the lack of need to break them in. Wearing size 13 can sometimes… Full review

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New Footwear for 2010, Part 1: Boots and Climbing Shoes
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Oboz Footwear
P.O. Box 11365
Bozeman, MT 59719

phone: (406) 522-0319
fax: (406) 586-9391

website: www.obozfootwear.com
email: custserv@obozfootwear.com