Women's Oboz Bridger Low Hiking shoes

Item No. 16942-22702
$145.00
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16942-22702
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.

Features:
Waterproof Nubuck Leather & Highly Abrasion Resistant Textile
Oboz BDry Waterproof / Breathable Membrane
Molded Rubber Toe Cap and Heel Counter

Customer Reviews

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Heel is too wide, slips too much for me!
I liked everything about them except my heel slips in them too much! The heel is too wide for me. Had to return them, didn’t want to end up with blisters. I wish they had a narrower, slightly taller heel. Felt like great support & sole!
September 16, 2020
Fantastic Shoes
I've had these for over three years now and they're the best shoes I've ever had. Good support, excellent grip. I've worn these in snow, over bare rocks, and on many a forest trail, even up and down a muddy jungle path on a mountain in Costa Rica. Can only say good things. They're just now starting to wear out and I will be ordering another pair. Highly recommend.
May 22, 2020
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Best shoes ever!
I didn’t think I could like a shoe better than my Sawtooth I Lows. I was wrong. I love the Bridgers even more! Thank you so much Oboz for making such well designed shoes and boots. My Sawtooths will be my “get dirty” pair for gardening. I have had them 2 years and wear them almost daily and they are still so incredibly comfortable. I look forward to wearing my Bridgers for a long time too.
July 21, 2019
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love some things -
love some things about Bridger/ Oboz; REEEEELLY want to change a few. (Have worn over 20 pr, per zappos. They stop supporting midfoot after a few months and need replacing.) 1. pls copy chaco sole pattern &/or finish as they actively shed earth which is GREAT. 2. please make BLACK, some of us wear bridger all day every day, and it would help camouflage them at the office. 3. Consider making men's 7? might allow women an option to increase forefoot width. 4. for me, it would be helpful if the outer toebox curved in a bit further forward than it does. / thanks for planting trees!!
April 7, 2019
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love some things -
love some things about Bridger/ Oboz; REEEEELLY want to change a few. (Have worn over 20 pr, per zappos. They stop supporting midfoot after a few months and need replacing.) 1. pls copy chaco sole pattern &/or finish as they actively shed earth which is GREAT. 2. please make BLACK, some of us wear bridger all day every day, and it would help camouflage them at the office. 3. Consider making men's 7? might allow women an option to increase forefoot width. 4. for me, it would be helpful if the outer toebox curved in a bit further forward than it does. / thanks for planting trees!!
April 7, 2019
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Design flaw #2
I read the reviews, bought the shoe at a store where I would be fit properly but it wasn't until my first long day out in these that I painfully discovered there is a change in material that runs horizontally across the back of the heal creating a ridge that rubs constantly. I was not able to return them because they had been worn outside and have put in a warranty claim. We will see what comes from that. Here's hoping.
November 17, 2018
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Design flaw #2
I read the reviews, bought the shoe at a store where I would be fit properly but it wasn't until my first long day out in these that I painfully discovered there is a change in material that runs horizontally across the back of the heal creating a ridge that rubs constantly. I was not able to return them because they had been worn outside and have put in a warranty claim. We will see what comes from that. Here's hoping.
November 17, 2018
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Great shoe with fatal flaw
These shoes feel great on. They have a thick and protective sole, an upper that appears durable and protective and an insole that provides a good amount of arch support and cushioning. But what I like most of all is they have a last that fits my foot perfectly! I have a slightly wide forefoot and narrow heel and these fit like a glove and feel great on, better than most others. Too bad Oboz made a fatal design error. The tops of the shoes are too high. You can see this in the image, as you notice these, and their other “low” shoes, are slightly higher than all other low shoes. This extra height makes it so the top of the shoe hits on the ankle, both on the sides and the front where the tongue is. This is not only uncomfortable but would be disastrous for multi-day hiking excursions. I understand that some people need or want ankle support or protection, and they should choose high-top or mid-top shoes or boots. However, many of us prefer low shoes. All my hiking and backpacking in the High Sierras of California and the Colorado Rockies have been done with low shoes, even ones that have been quite sturdy and protective as these, and I’ve never had any issues. Please Oboz, make all your “low” shoes truly low. This hybrid height serves no one and is unsuitable for serious hiking.
May 28, 2018
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Great shoe with fatal flaw
These shoes feel great on. They have a thick and protective sole, an upper that appears durable and protective and an insole that provides a good amount of arch support and cushioning. But what I like most of all is they have a last that fits my foot perfectly! I have a slightly wide forefoot and narrow heel and these fit like a glove and feel great on, better than most others. Too bad Oboz made a fatal design error. The tops of the shoes are too high. You can see this in the image, as you notice these, and their other “low” shoes, are slightly higher than all other low shoes. This extra height makes it so the top of the shoe hits on the ankle, both on the sides and the front where the tongue is. This is not only uncomfortable but would be disastrous for multi-day hiking excursions. I understand that some people need or want ankle support or protection, and they should choose high-top or mid-top shoes or boots. However, many of us prefer low shoes. All my hiking and backpacking in the High Sierras of California and the Colorado Rockies have been done with low shoes, even ones that have been quite sturdy and protective as these, and I’ve never had any issues. Please Oboz, make all your “low” shoes truly low. This hybrid height serves no one and is unsuitable for serious hiking.
May 28, 2018
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Pretty much worn all the brands
Over the years I think I've pretty much worn all the major brands. This is my first pair of Oboz and at first I thought they were running small for size but now I'm convinced it's just part of the engineering. I hike every day, weather permitting, over high desert terrain. That means sliding on gravel is a constant concern, and in the springtime there's lots of mush to wade through and jump over. The tread is the best I've experienced, the agility of having a light & well fitting shoe like this makes such a difference in how much I enjoy the trail. I'm particularly fond of the heel & arch support. My only wish would be that Oboz begins to offer this in a wide, but in the meantime I'll get the medium for winter that is offered in wide. Good job Oboz!
May 14, 2018
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