Sawtooth II Low - Wanderer's Outpost
Sawtooth II Low - Wanderer's Outpost
Sawtooth II Low - Wanderer's Outpost
Sawtooth II Low - Wanderer's Outpost
Sawtooth II Low - Wanderer's Outpost
Sawtooth II Low - Wanderer's Outpost
Sawtooth II Low - Wanderer's Outpost
Sawtooth II Low - Wanderer's Outpost
Sawtooth II Low - Wanderer's Outpost
Sawtooth II Low - Wanderer's Outpost
Sawtooth II Low - Wanderer's Outpost
Sawtooth II Low - Wanderer's Outpost
Sawtooth II Low - Wanderer's Outpost
Sawtooth II Low - Wanderer's Outpost

Sawtooth II Low

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With virtually no break-in required, these durable, and versatile hikers bring unmatched fit. A supportive heel counter and asymmetrical collar provide unmatched comfort. While breathable mesh panels ensure your feet stay cool, to get you where you’re going, and back again.

  • The O FIT Insole™ is molded to match the specific shape and construction of every pair. This purpose-designed technology delivers the kind of fit, feel and performance that’s unmatched in the industry.
  • The duel-density EVA midsole that provides cushioning and stability and a nylon shank that gives added support under foot.
  • The Sawtooth Outsole is built to be versatile, flexible, and supportive.
  • Length runs true to size. Form hugging heel cup, sculpted mid-foot, and a wider forefoot & toe box.
  • Weight: Women's size 7(1/2 pair): 12.4 oz / 351 g
  • Nubuck leather & highly abrasion-resistant textile
  • 3D molded heel counter

From their 100% wind powered facility in Bozeman Montana, Oboz creates some of the most innovative footwear on the market. Their anatomically designed O-Fit Insole provides superior support, cushioning and durability. This purpose-designed technology delivers a fit, feel and performance unmatched in the industry. 

Plus, Oboz plants a tree for every pair sold. (That’s over 3 MILLION trees so far!)

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    Every journey starts with the first step

    You might as well be comfortable

    How to pick the right size hiking boot

    Unless you're headed out for weeks at a time and carrying 50+ pounds in your pack, the need for big, clunky hiking boots is over. Most companies provide incredibly light but still super supportive alternatives that will help you travel farther, faster and in greater comfort. 

    Don't forget to try walking down a slope when trying on boots. If your boot is too big your foot will slip out of the pocket, shoving your toes into the front. Also, if your heel is moving up and down inside the boot, you're pretty much guaranteed to get a blister. Remember to try on your boots with the socks you will be hiking in. And if you need a new pair of socks, we got you covered.

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