Oboz Mendenhall Shoes – Gear Review

The Oboz Mendenhall shoes are for more than just wearing them to work. They also can lead you down some great hiking trails. I have been extremely impressed with these shoes. I have been wearing them for months now as my daily shoe and sometimes after work you just need to hit the trails to clear your head, but your hiking boots were left at home.


A little worn but still going strong!

The tread on the shoes provides enough grip to keep your feet on the trails while allowing you to walk around the office without clomping around like you would if you were wearing big clunky hiking boots.  I have been very happy with these shoes and will continue to wear them until the tread falls off.  Learn more about the Oboz Mendenall shoes. Oboz has also made it a point to give back to the world that these shoes were made to walk across. They plant a tree for every pair of shoes purchased in partnership with Trees for the Future. Their headquarters is powered by wind, they donate shoes that do not meet the highest of quality standards and they take steps to offset their carbon footprint.


Technical Specifications:

Upper: Nubuck Leather with DWR-treated Cotton/Poly Canvas

Construction: Strobel Lasted|  Insole: BFit Deluxe | Midsole:  Compression Molded EVA Nylon Shank | Outsole: Mountain Town

Weight M9: 13.5 oz / 383 g

Cost: MSRP: $110

Full Disclosure: The Oboz Mendenhall shoes used in this review were sent to me as part of my Oboz Ambassadorship. They were provided at no cost to me. This did not influence my review in any way. The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely my own and were not guided in any manor.