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Sawtooth Low Waterproof

rated 5 of 5 stars Very comfortable. No break-in necessary. Size was true. Other hiking shoes I have tried seem to be too big at the ankle. Full review

Bridger 7" Insulated BDry

rated 5 of 5 stars Very comfortable, well-insulated, and water resistant. Wore these on several mountain hikes in Tromso, Norway, without any breaking-in period. No blisters. Fit: I have size 36.5 feet with large toes and narrow heels, which usually blister with any pair of new shoes. I bought these in size 37.5, shoe width B, and they fit my feet perfectly (with heavy woolen socks and a layer of thin socks). So maybe get a size or half bigger. Comfort: I wore these on several 300m-600m high/4km-10km long mountain… Full review

Bridger 10" Insulated Waterproof

rated 4.5 of 5 stars This boot is comfortable, warm, lightweight for a serious snow boot, grips great, clip for gaiters, nothing bad to say except it runs small. I usually wear a 10, bought an 11 and wear with sock liner and heavy wool sock, fit is perfect. Have worn the Oboz Bridger BDry 10" boots on easy strolls in the woods, in deep snow up in the White Mtns barebooting and snowshoeing hikes in the Berkshires, rain, sleet, mud, stream crossings...pretty much everything.  Overall, Oboz really hit the mark for a HD… Full review

Sawtooth Low

rated 3 of 5 stars Not happy with the shoe being slick on wet concrete and wood. Dangerous on a sidewalk or pavement with a little bit of ice. Comfortable and warm, but if rainy or icy I have to wear different shoes, therefore rate 3 stars and will not buy again. Full review

Sawtooth Low

rated 1.5 of 5 stars Good fit, poor wear. The fit is perfect, no break in required. My first pair lasted three years and approximately 700 miles. The soles on my second pair wore out in a few months and less than 100 miles! REI exchanged them. The new pair performed just as poorly. The soles are of inferior quality. I wear them almost daily and work at a desk with carpeted floors. Back to my Asolos.  Full review

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January 18, 2010

New Footwear for 2010, Part 2: Trail and Multi-Sport Shoes, Miscellaneous Footwear
Part 2 of our series on 2010 footwear looks at trail shoes (essentially below-the-heel hiking boots); multi-sport shoes, which combine features of multiple sports categories; and miscellaneous outdoor footwear like the Vibram FiveFingers line that didn't fit in other categories. Read more
January 11, 2010

New Footwear for 2010, Part 1: Boots and Climbing Shoes
Coming to stores this year: grippier outsoles, more durable cushioning, and upgraded lacing designs. First of a three-part series. Read more
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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