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The Oboz Men's Yellowstone II Mid BDry Boot is a waterproof hiking boot for exploring trails day in and day out. Waterproof nubuck leather protects your foot from toe to just over the ankle, shielding you from dirt and rocks. Don't be afraid to kick your way along the path when necessary, as the molded rubber toe cap gives the extra protection for every step taken. Hidden beneath the leather but no less important is the Oboz BDry waterproof/breathable membrane, so you can tromp snow, rain and all the elements without getting soaking wet toes. A nylon shank provides support and a Sawtooth outsole bites into the earth so you can gain traction effortlessly.
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I've had several pairs of the Sawtooth and loved them, what's going to be the biggest difference with this boot or is it basically the same boot?
Asked by: Rick
Thanks for the question! Both boots have the same outsole, fit, and seal. The main differences are the rubber toe cap on the Yellowstone is not available on the Sawtooth. Also, the synthetic panels on the Sawtooth (which are not on the Yellowstone) make it more flexible and cooler than the full leather on the Yellowstone. Hope this helps!