Reviewed by Montana hiker from Montana on Friday, November 01, 2013
This summer I wore out my leather Chaco flips. I was on a search for a replacement and knew they had to be Chacos again. Best flip flop ever. I have several pairs of the regular Z2 sandles and love them too but it's nice having a good pair of leather flips that have a comfortable foot bed.
Reviewed by OregonMom from Oregon on Sunday, June 02, 2013
I have a high arch, high instep, and wide toebox. I usually wear men's leather Chaco flips, which fit me perfectly. Wanted to try a prettier color than brown this time. However, these won't work for me. Right where the top strap meets the thong, the underside is not smooth, and the edge of the strap abraded a little raw spot on the top of my foot the first time I wore them - painful. They felt loose and sloppy on my feet, and my foot kept sliding off the sole to the side near the back. I tried tightening them, and that helped for a little while, but within a half hour, they had loosened up again and the slipping and abrasion returned. I can't wear them Too bad, because the ability to tighten them seemed like a good concept, and the colors are pretty..
Reviewed by Lisa from Baltimore on Wednesday, May 22, 2013
I bought these with plans to wear them as my "nicer" shoes during a month long trip to Central America this winter. I wore them to dinner my first night there. I walked no more than 7 blocks total and I had so many blisters I feared the rest of my month away. Fortunatly my feet healed quickly and my trip wasn't ruined. I did haul them all over with me and brought them home, hoping it was a fluke. I wore them for the first time this spring having taken the time to line the leather straps with mole skin. Didn't matter! Again, walked just a few blocks and had the start of terrible blisters. These things are the worst!
Reviewed by eastcoaster23 from S.Carolina on Tuesday, May 21, 2013
My first pair of Chacos lasted for 5 years. These are just as comfy and more stylish. I'd give them 5 stars if they weren't made in China. (Hi Chaco... would be GREAT selling point if your brand would switch made in Americas or Europe. More socially, eco-responsible that way. )