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- Lug Sole sole
- Upper - Waterproof Nubuck Leather & Highly Abrasion Resistant Textile, Oboz BDry Waterproof / Breathable Membrane, & Molded Rubber Toe Cap and Heel Counter
- Construction - Board Lasted
- Insole - BFit Deluxe | Outsole - Granite Peak
- Midsole - Dual Density EVA,TPU Chassis, & Nylon Shank
- Weight - M9: 17.7 oz
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The Bridger Range's west facing slopes get plenty of autumn sunshine, making the trails ripe for a late season adventure. Leave the gleaned-over southern end of the range to the after-work crowds. The northern end offers a cornucopia of steep, off camber trails. The Bridger Low's webbing eyelets prevent toe pinch while scrambling up the steep gnarly crags; a BDry waterproof/breathable membrane keeps feet dry during boggy berry picking in the meadows; and a TPU chassis offers stable support during knife-edge ridge traverses.
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 9 x 12 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00YYEDEJW
- Item model number: 22701
- Date first available at Amazon.com: July 3, 2015
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-great fit with NO break in at all
-ton of support and very cushy outsole
-these feel good enough to run in
-waterproof, I tested them a few times this fire season
ONLY negative: The insoles have little holes in them for breathability but some of the holes don't go all the way thru. If you work on sandy surfaces dirt and sand will get down into the shoe and fill those holes. You will always have to pull the insole out and shake it out. Not a huge deal but some some.
With a medium thick hiking sock, I tried on several sizes and found that a size 12 was the best fit. It did not feel too wide for me, so possibly for extra wide feet, this could run bit narrow in a medium thick hiking sock.
The stock insert is much better than what I usually see in shoes these days, but it is made for medium to high arches. My arch is low, and after walking for a couple hours my left arch gets a little tired and will develop some discomfort. Not something I could hike in for a whole day with a pack. I slipped in a low profile, low arch insert and it felt great.
The sole has a plastic partial shank which makes the sole nice and firm and will help keep rocks and roots from wearing out my feet.
It has nice laces and easy to adjust. With heel lock lacing, it keeps my heel in good position.
The sides of the shoe come up to just below my ankle bones. On the left outer ankle bone, my trouble spot, the shoe pinched there. I simply worked the fabric back and forth to soften it and after a short while, I no longer noticed the problem.
Unfortunately the tongue seems short and stiff, so that tongue cuts right into the joint. As others have said, the lacing system is odd and hard to get tight. In the end, the fit felt strange and I sent them back. I have no doubt they are a good well made shoe, but what fits for one person may not feel good to another.
Hopefully Oboz will offer some better color options for the Sawtooth model.