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 Ebeth from Selmer, TN on Monday, April 29, 2013
For this shoe to be a wide, it does not fit like my 5 wide Chaco sandals. It is very hard to fit anything but a very thin sock with this shoe. Other than this small factor, these are amazing shoes for a nurse who is on her feet constantly. Thanks Chaco!!!
Reviewed by Adventurer from Ct on Monday, April 15, 2013
I love these clogs, with the strap on the back. The only thing is I think the strap makes the shoe fit a half size small. It doesnt allow your foot to slide all the way back. The strap may stretch over time, not sure, havent wore them enough to know, but great shoe with jeans.
Reviewed by Nettie from Colorado on Wednesday, April 10, 2013
I loved how these clogs looked and ordered my regular size. I have a "normal" foot width (not narrow, not wide) and couldn't get my feet in these clogs with a thin sock on. I returned them and ordered the next size up - I could force my foot in but it was just too uncomfortable. I am disappointed! The would have been super cute with jeans.
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