Reviewed by Fishing Girl from Florence, Colo. on Sunday, July 29, 2012
I am a gal with wide feet. I often buy men's chacos. The mens version have wider soles and the straps are a bit wider too. I got the all black ones. They are easy to walk in. Feel like traditional chacos without the heel strap. My favorite part is that the strap that crosses in the "x" on the top o...
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Reviewed by Tom Rigsby from Charleston, SC on Monday, June 09, 2014
I bought the Hiptong sandals based on my perfect satisfaction with the Chaco Z/2 Unaweeps. Although the Hiptongs share a similar footbed they are slightly smaller. How does a shoe company let this happen? I also don't like the elastic instep strap and would prefer they were made from the same strap material used in the other straps. I didn't return them because they were bought at a great price and fit OK. Can now understand why these are closeout items.
Reviewed by S from California on Wednesday, May 21, 2014
I have a pair of Chaco Z2s with Vibram soles in a M9 and these were about 1/2" shorter. My foot was at the edge of the sole. Nice materials (as most Chacos are). The dark blue pattern was nice. Just too small. May need to stick with Tevas. The women's Chacos are too narrow. The toe strap and overly textured foot bed on the Z2s are a bummer (get that toe part right at first, later adjustments are a nightmare). And these run small. I want a pair of Chacos but they just don't agree with my feet.
Reviewed by Billy B from Minnesota on Sunday, May 04, 2014
As always Chaco sandle provide great quality and fit. I own a few other Chacos and cannot wear them out. The hpthongs are great in that they provide a good footbed and unlike my Chaco flipflops this sandle provides much better stability and secure foot placement for hiking and all day wear.