Information about Chaco Z/1 Unaweep Sandals (For Women)
Closeouts. Whether you're a waterbug or not, Chaco Z/1 Unaweep sandals will hold your feet (and you) securely on wet terrain or dry. Polyester strapping wraps around foot and through midsole for all-over fit with just one pull.
Reviewed by Hiker from WA state on Thursday, February 27, 2014
Never worn Chacos or sandals for hiking, but needed some 'water shoes' for hiking through water to reach waterfalls in Tanzania, Africa. The trail also turned out to be dusty and rocky and required some slight scrambling on rocks. Never loss my footing or slipped on any of the surfaces because of th...
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Reviewed by Biker girl from S.C. on Saturday, February 7, 2015
Chacos are highly recommended by some podiatrist!! I am a big believer in taking care of my feet (after I sustained of couple of accidents). The z's arent the most attractive shoe, but one of the most functional. And they come in colors!! AND, Sierra has the best prices around on chacos. YAYYYYY!
Reviewed by backpacker from Sweden on Monday, January 26, 2015
I love these sandals, they are really as comfortable as people say they are, and just as easy to use. And best of all - no velcro straps!
Definitely true to the size, although when in doubt, go bigger I'd say.
Despite the annoying struggle with STPs shipping department with having to confirm your adress multiple times and whatnot, these finally arrived in good time at my doorstep despite being shipped around half the world.
Reviewed by bb from Denver, CO on Sunday, December 21, 2014
I'm a devoted Chaco's fan, but always looking for a good deal (rather than MSRP $100+). So got these on sale, and while I settled for a non-favorite color (the brown and 'yellow' flowers are more like brown and green -- not too lovely), but the fit is amazing, with easily adjustable straps, perfect grip and fit. As always.
Reviewed by seagreenaz from Tucson on Thursday, December 18, 2014
I have other chacos that are more comfortable. The foot bed feels good, but is heavy and clunky. Shoe seems to run long. I ordered a wide in hopes of having more strap room - sole was like walking on a long board. Sent them back and try again with a different sole.
Reviewed by Shopper from Utah on Tuesday, December 16, 2014
I buy these at great prices on Sierra site. I use these for hiking and everyday use. They last a long time, can get wet and are adjustable, making them very handy. They are heavier than other sandals, but I like how sturdy they are.