Reviewed by hawaiian geologist from hawaii on Thursday, March 8, 2012
This is a great shoe. I had my reservations at first due to stiffness the first couple days. But after wearing for two weeks I have already decided to order another pair. As with most Chaco shoes they need to be broken in. Took three day walking approximately 2-4 miles a day for me. I usually we...
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Reviewed by fungo from SF Bay on Wednesday, April 15, 2015
I've owned 6-7 pairs of Chaco and like these because they're cuter & dressier than the single wide strap. The thinner straps tend to fray & fuzz up after continuous wear but they look so nice I decided just not to use them for daily wear. Like all the Chaco flips they tend to loosen up after the break in period. They got a bit floppy (I have narrow feet) and when I check they are actually a bit longer than my Ecotreads.
Reviewed by kj121 from Lehigh Valley, PA on Friday, January 31, 2014
This brand runs narrow. Although I loved the look and construction, I had to send them and andother Chaco style back because they were just too tight across the top. Good news for those with narrow feet, but not so good for those who lead on the wider side of average.
Reviewed by Bargain Hunter from Seattle on Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Bought 2 pair, one for me and one for my daughter. It is hard to find flip-flops with adequate support for my 58-year-old feet, but these do the trick. I am still getting used to the shape of the foot bed as it is quite different from my previous Chaco flip flops which my dog chewed up. Webbing appears cheaper than older Chacos also. Still, look nice, provide support, good price (for Chacos - not for flip flops in general).