Information about Chaco Toe Coop Clogs - Leather (For Women)
Closeouts. A functional fusion of clog and sandal, Chaco's Toe Coop clogs feature the protection of a waterproof breathable suede upper and the stabilization of durable webbing straps at the instep and heel.
Waterproof breathable suede leather upper
Adjustable instep strap for stability
Polyurethane Biocentric® footbed
Vibram® Gunnison rubber outsole for excellent traction
Reviewed by Comfortfreak from Toronto, Canada on Wednesday, March 7, 2012
I'd like to add my two cents on sizing since this seems to be the biggest concern for prospective buyers. First, here's my foot profile so you know where I'm coming from ped-wise: I'm an 8.5 in most shoes; I wear an 8 in Chaco flip flops since they don't come in half sizes; My feet are a B width, wh...
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Reviewed by In NE from NH on Thursday, November 14, 2013
Followed online instructions that they run large and order down...can't say they run large. I wear a 9 and ordered 8 1/2. After trying for 5 minutes to get strap over my heel with a thin sock the left foot feels great, however my larger foot (right) it feeling a little snug. Hoping it will stretch if not will have to return for my normal size. Also wishing the straps loosened for easier ease of getting them on my foot.
Reviewed by Lynne from Chicago on Wednesday, November 13, 2013
I love Chaco's because of the arch support. They are the only shoes I can wear without orthotics. So I was very hopeful about these clogs, but was very disappointed in the fit. Even though they were sized wide, I had a lot of trouble fitting my foot into the shoe. The straps in the back are not adjustable and are just too tight. After much effort, I got the shoe on, but then it was very tight across the front. After wearing for a while, my foot ached. I am returning them.
Absolutely, the Chaco Toe Coop Clogs fit the same way as the sandles.
Answered on 1/13/2012 12:00:00 AM by Prod. Spec. Ryan from Sierra Trading Post
Put your normal chacos on and stand up in them, now look down and see if you can see a border of sole all around your foot. If your foot reaches the side or even over hands the side at any point you will find these shoes tight as the leather upper is stitched onto the sole on the upper sole surface. This reduces the sole area by about 1-2mm all around. So it depends how your current sandals fit - I had to go to the wide fitting in these even tho my sandals are normal width. But when I put my sandals on part of my forefoot (like near my little toe) reach right the edge of the sandal and maybe even overhang just slightly, the shoes were way too tight in this area.
Answered on 2/14/2012 12:00:00 AM by AussieS from Australia
Answered on 3/1/2012 12:00:00 AM by Amy, a redeemed sheep from Iowa
Answered on 3/24/2012 12:00:00 AM by Brazen59 from Attalla, AL