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Oboz Sawtooth II Mid

photo: Oboz Sawtooth II Mid hiking boot
EMS says:
Serious trail lovers can breathe a sigh of relief at the sight of the Sawtooth II Mid's mesh vent panels for added breathability. Its ankle friendly asymmetrical collar offers added comfort with a redesigned heel counter to secure your foot for unbeatable, all-day comfort.. . . . . O FIT Insole: Our proprietary insole is what we're known for. Molded to match the specific shape and construction of every pair we make, this purpose-designed technology delivers the kind of fit, feel and performance that's unmatched in the industry.. Sawtooth Midsole: Great for the everyday, whether it's on the AT or your local trail. Featuring a dual-density EVA midsole that provides cushioning and stability, and a nylon shank that gives added support under foot.. Sawtooth Outsole: A thru-hiker cult favorite and classic Oboz outsole, built to be versatile, flexible and supportive.. Upper Material: Waterproof Nubuck leather & highly abrasion-resistant textile. The map molded in the bottom of the outsole features the Sawtooth mountain range near Sun Valley, Idaho.. Rubber Heel Counter: These counters help shoes maintain a snug, comfortable heel hold over time.. Large Mesh Vents: Featuring large mesh panels to let feet breathe easy.. Standard Width - Men's standard width is C in the heel and D in the forefoot (according to Brannock Device). Patterns and materials in a given model may influence fit. We always recommend trying our footwear on to ensure the best possible fit.. Standard Volume: Medium-High volume feet tend to be wider with higher arches and insteps.. 3D molded heel counter. Weighs: 17.3 oz.. Imported.

The Sawtooth II Mid replaced the Oboz Sawtooth Mid.

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Men's
Price Current Retail: $94.50-$135.00
Historic Range: $94.50-$135.00
Women's
Price Current Retail: $101.25-$135.00
Historic Range: $101.25-$135.00

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