Closeouts. Chaco Tedinho Low shoes are comfortable, sophisticated and ready for adventure. The full-grain leather upper has stylish details like a suede collar, jacquard webbing down the tongue and silver-tone hardware
Reviewed by KodakKen from New Mexico on Wednesday, February 18, 2015
One benchmark I [...] a new shoe is how it feels, right out of the box. Many speak of breaking in a shoe, which a acknowledge does happen as the shoe is worn, but if a shoe is comfortable from the first lace up, that's how I give a shoe a high mark from the get-go. Others recommended Chaco products to me, so this was my first acquisition, and I'm pleased with my purchase. Besides being comfortable, the shoe looks smart, and it will see a lot of long distance roaming in my travels.
Reviewed by Gofish from Northern,Ca. on Saturday, December 13, 2014
Nice looking shoe but was very wide for a medium width. I ordered a different style Chaco shoe (Adder) prior to this one that had more of a lace to toe design that fit fine. This model had a wide box toe and heel causing too much movement of the foot.
Reviewed by mebush from California on Thursday, December 11, 2014
These are the best shoes I've ever worn. No kidding or exaggeration. I'm a high school teacher on my feet most of the day. Most shoes left my feet fatigued by the end of the day. Not these.
That said... The tongue on these shoes was funky at the beginning. But once broken in, it was fine. The arch support is good. The soles are long-lasting so far.
This purchase was for my third and fourth pair of these shoes. Not because they've worn out, but because I wanted new pairs available was these finally do wear out. They are a discontinued model so I got my extra pairs while I could. They're that good. I'm 50 now and hope my four pairs will last me to the end whenever that ends up being.
I hope others have the same experience that I did.