The Oboz Men’s Bridger Mid B-dry hiking boots were provided by for review.
Oboz Men’s Bridger Mid B-dry hiking boots
This report is several days late. I could not get my gout swollen foot to fit into my boots. The weather has been unpredictable for this time of the year, going from hot and humid to hot and dry, then the next day the temperature drops to 50 F and rain. I was in Harold Parker for three of the Wednesday group hikes. I used the Oboz boots while I planted my garden. Then I had the job of maintaining my yard after a winter that damaged a lot of trees and shrubs. When the rest of the equipment was replaced in the gym, it was time to test my boots again. Also time for the last word on tying the boots. To read more please click here.
I have put another 80 miles on the Salewa Mountain Trainer boots since my last update hiking in the mountains of Virginia and the swamps of Louisiana. These boots have easily handled all the terrain I encountered while protecting my feet. Click HERE for my final thoughts.
The Sentinel hiking boots were provided by Wolverine for review purposes.
The Sentinel are made in USA, with Horween leather uppers, Vibram outsoles, and Gore-Tex waterproof membrane lining. The Sentinel comes in widths EW and M in men’s sizes 7 to 12 in half sizes and 13 and 14. The available color is: Brown. In my experience, being able to pick a width for any shoe has become the exception. To read more.