My Review of OBOZ Men’s Beartooth WP Backpacking Boots

Originally submitted at Eastern Mountain Sports

Burly and agile, the Beartooth from Oboz utilizes a unique heel-lock technology for tough ascents and descents and features a BDry membrane to keep feet dry.

For work or play

By TW from southern CT on 9/7/2014


4out of 5

Sizing: Feels true to size

Width: Feels true to width

Pros: Warm, Breathes Well, Durable, Stylish, Comfortable, Good Cushioning

Cons: Squeak On My Heel Sometim, Squeak On My Heal Sometim

Best Uses: Work, Casual Wear, Wet Weather

Describe Yourself: Construction

I wear them every day to work. Last ones lasted me about three years. At SeaSide Restoration we build additions, and renovations. I am outside in wet conditions and these boots keep my feet dry and comfortable.

Concrete side walk at Hilton gardens


Tags: Made with Product

Siding remodel


Tags: Using Product


New paint and lights in the ceiling.


Recent work at Gastler’s Farm and some other jobs


The floor was  lightly  sanded and then we applied antique oil stain finish.

This is an odd shaped opening we made into a center piece.

DSCF2329 DSCF2337 DSCF2339 DSCF2359

Here is another opening we made  by taking out the door and installing a beam. This opening onto a porch is where we took up the wide planks,  insulated, and raised the floor. We also installed all new cabinets.

This is a deck we built on a steal frame on the ocean.


The same deck second floor we took out a window and installed a slider.


This is a coopula I rebuilt after an ocean storm blew it down into a million pieces.

DSCF2376 DSCF2377 DSCF2378 DSCF2383

Here I installed a stamped pad over existing concrete on a porch I built.

Here is some new railings my workers installed.


Seaside Restorations photo blog

framing5Here are recent jobs I’ve done.

No posts