Tag Archives: Oboz

Final Update on the Oboz Pika Shoes

Oboz Pika I really like the Oboz Pika Shoes! They are comfortable, lightweight, have good traction, and are stylish.

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Jenn K.

Update on the Oboz Pika Shoes

Oboz Pika For the past month I have been enjoying my local trails with the comfort of the Oboz Pika Shoes.

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By Jenn K.

Oboz Women’s Pika Shoes

Pika Shoes

Here I go with another shoe review. I selected to give the Oboz Women’s Pika shoes a try since I have worn Oboz shoes (a light hiker) a few years ago and they fit me well. Lately I have been having issues with fit and comfort. I hope these work out. Read more here.

Jenn K.

Oboz Scapegoat Mid hiking boots

Review by Arnie P

Oboz Scapegoat Mid hiking boots

Oboz Scapegoat Mid hiking boots

Oboz Scapegoat Mid hiking boots

Oboz provided the Scapegoat Mid hiking boots for review purposes.

The Oboz Scapegoat Mid hiking boots come in the color Charcoal. Sizes available are 8-12 in half sizes, and 13, 14. The shoe is mid cut or just above ankle high. There is added material at the toe for protection. The heel is rounded which I believe helps my stability on the trail. At the heel is a large loop to aid in putting the shoes on. The loop is large enough for me to insert my index finger and I think I will find this very useful. All the lacing loops are closed except for the top pair which is open. The lower five pair of loops are flush with the surface and the top loop is raised.  To read more please click here.

End of the Line for the Oboz Contour Hiking Shoes

It is the end of the line for the Oboz Contours here in Texas. After three months I cannot say that I have sworn off boots forever, but the Contours sure put a dent in my faith in boots.   The last three months have been a learning experience and you can find out just how much I learned here …..

June 12, 2010
by Anderson Bowman

Hiking the Contours

It has been a month since I first put the Oboz Contour Hiking Shoes on my feet and I have managed to put a few miles on them since then. Join me here to read more about my experiences with the Contours.

by Anderson Bowman

May 13, 2010