Men's Oboz Bridger Low Hiking Shoes

Item No. 16942-22701
$145.00
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16942-22701
The Men's Oboz Bridger Low Hiking Shoes feature a rubber heel counter and toe cap for protection and durability. These hiking shoes feature low-density EVA pods that provide cushion and comfort with every step. Complete with a moisture-wicking top layer, your feet will stay dry and comfortable from a B-DRY waterproof system. If you're looking for a hiking shoe that provides durability, comfort, and support, the Oboz Bridger Low Hiking Shoes are the ones for you. 

Features:
  • Rubber heel counter and toe cap
  • Low-density EVA pods provide cushion and comfort
  • Moisture-wicking top layer keeps feet dry and comfortable
  • Medium-density EVA throughout enhances underfoot support
Specs:
  • Weight: 17.7 oz. 
  • Insole: O FIT™
  • Midsole: Granite Peak
  • Outsole: Granite Peak
  • Upper: Nubuck leather and abrasion-resistant textile

Customer Reviews

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Rated 5 out of 5
Simply the Best
I’ve worn all kinds of hikers over the years. These are truly the best. They are extremely rugged and the soles are very firm which I love. Plus the orthotic inserts are second to none. Durability is the best. No other shoes for me. Period.
December 25, 2020
Originally posted at
Rated 4 out of 5
I have narrow feet and they fit good without being sized narrow. Using them as a all around shoe working good on all types of surface.
December 10, 2020
Purchased
8 months ago
Rated 3 out of 5
Innersoles, meh . . .
I wrote the review complaining about the innersoles. I understand that the company is proud of its innersoles. The advice about using a Brannock device seems to me a distraction. The proof is in the feel and the security of your gait. I am not hard to fit. I have pretty normal feet. The fact remains that I would have returned these shoes to REI if my physical therapist had not suggested I try my old Power Step orthotics in them. They work like a charm. The original innersoles caused pronating, for the first time in my life, and provided insufficient cushioning.Ku-thunk, ku-thunk. This means it cost me an additional $40, including tax, to get a proper fitting after paying $145 for the Oboz. Do I want to buy them again, or look at other brands?
December 1, 2020
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Rated 3 out of 5
great except for the thin innersoles' causing pronation
I felt great in these shoes, steady and secure, after I replaced the horrible innersoles with High Steps. The originals offer insufficient cushion and made me, for the first time in my life, pronate. The Pronation was first observed by my physical therapist, and after she diagnosed it I realized I could feel it and it was one of the two things making me unsteady in these. Otherwise great, but for this price I should not have to ho out and spend another $27 to be secure. I do not know if I would buy this brand again, given how proud they seem of the innersoles.
November 11, 2020
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Rated 3 out of 5
Not easy on creek crossings
These generally are great shoes. They are indeed waterproof and very comfortable. They have about 400 miles on them, and are holding up very well. They are a bit narrow, wishing they offered a 4E for a gorilla-footed guy like myself. My only issue with them is how slippery the soles become when wet. It's a dicey deal every time I step on any wet surface, not sure if it's a compound in the soles makeup, but creek crossings are a stressful endeavor with these shoes.
November 9, 2020
Originally posted at
Rated 5 out of 5
Approaching Four Years!
I bought my Bridgers in winter of 2016 when I worked four months temporarily in Seattle. I needed something to keep my dry and comfy as my dog and I beat feet exploring the town. I have put hundreds of miles on these over the wet streets of Seattle, through wet dew-drenched meadows of the Idaho Sawtooths, and Boise city streets covered in snow, slush, and ice. Skeptical of waterproof shoes in general, I always waited for that first day their "waterproof" billing would fail me as most all other shoes eventually do. These have never faltered. Another gripe about waterproof shoes is they're often too hot for longer treks, hot leads to sweat, sweat leads to foot problems... but I never had an issue with these. They've held up extremely well with minimal cleaning and care. Only in this last month has a tear developed at the transition from the leather to rubber toe cap on the outer edge, but value-for-dollar I'm so glad I found these shoes. My first pair may soon see a deserved retirement but it won't be my last from Oboz. Given my wide foot and preference for a generous toe box I can spread them in if I wish to, I haven't found anything that competes.
October 6, 2020
Originally posted at
Rated 5 out of 5
Approaching Four Years!
I bought my Bridgers in winter of 2016 when I worked four months temporarily in Seattle. I needed something to keep my dry and comfy as my dog and I beat feet exploring the town. I have put hundreds of miles on these over the wet streets of Seattle, through wet dew-drenched meadows of the Idaho Sawtooths, and Boise city streets covered in snow, slush, and ice. Skeptical of waterproof shoes in general, I always waited for that first day their "waterproof" billing would fail me as most all other shoes eventually do. These have never faltered. Another gripe about waterproof shoes is they're often too hot for longer treks, hot leads to sweat, sweat leads to foot problems... but I never had an issue with these. They've held up extremely well with minimal cleaning and care. Only in this last month has a tear developed at the transition from the leather to rubber toe cap on the outer edge, but value-for-dollar I'm so glad I found these shoes. My first pair may soon see a deserved retirement but it won't be my last from Oboz. Given my wide foot and preference for a generous toe box I can spread them in if I wish to, I haven't found anything that competes.
October 6, 2020
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Rated 5 out of 5
Amazing shoe for any conditions
I used these shoes extensively for the last two summers doing extensive trail work with Parks as well as personal recreation. They have stood up excellently and maintained waterproofing through some pretty wild conditions. shoes are comfortable and stiff enough they feel like a much larger boot. They have kept my feet warm, dry, and comfortable on days exceeding 70km of hiking and have probably several thousand km on them total. I will be buying these again if I ever wear out my current ones. Hopefully, Oboz never changes them.
August 31, 2020
Originally posted at
Rated 5 out of 5
Terrific shoe
This is my second pair of Oboz. I had the first for 2 years and got great use out of them (still using them for mowing). They’re a great hiking shoe. I recommend using them several times to break them in before going on a long hike. Walks around the neighborhood or on the treadmill work well.
As a size comparison, I wear a 10.5 W in both Oboz and Asics
August 4, 2020
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 1 out of 5
Blisters on heels. I was expecting so much more.
I bought the shoes 4 days ago. Broke them in by wearing around the house and using them on the stair master at the gym. I wore them on a 7 mile hike up Mt. Moosilauke in NH. About 2/3 the way up I noticed my heels beginning to get sore. I completed the hike in pain with people passing me on the trail. Today I can only wear flip flops while the blisters heel. The shoes are well constructed, I chose them for being water proof and the protection in the toe box. They felt great initially. I suspect this may be a case of the store not fitting me correctly. I am typically a 9.5 but those felt a little loose and I was concerned about my toes riding forward when hiking down slope. I went with the more snug size 9. I plan on taking them back today. If EMS is no help I would appreciate some help from Oboz. I’m afraid I may get stuck with some very expensive shoes that are useless to me.
July 11, 2020
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