Reviewed by Comfortable shoe lover from Bettendorf Iowa on Wednesday, October 07, 2009
I have had several pairs of Chacos over the years. They are the best sport sandal out there. I like that they are less clunky than some. I had tried several other brands before finding Chacos. I have a wide foot, but because of the straps being completely adjustable, I was able to wear the regula...
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Reviewed by LoriCC from Louisville, KY on Monday, June 01, 2015
These are great for usual sandal use but supportive enough for adventure use. I did get a blister on my heel initially, but had worn these two days in a row for many hours. The felt comfortable so that was a bit of a shock. The shoe bed is a material that is easy to clean & seems unlikely to absorb odors!
Reviewed by Shannon from Nebraska on Wednesday, May 20, 2015
This is my second pair of Chacos; after having one for a year I figured it was a good idea to get another one so that I have two around. They fit well and have fantastic arch support and are really built to last!
This is the Unaweep sole. Just used these on a trip to Hawaii. Hiked the Manoa Falls trail which is steep and slippery in places. I had to be very careful, but the sandals did just great. Did not feel I would be better off in a pair of closed shoes. Also walked around downtown Honolulu in these and was very comfortable. I'm used to trail hiking and sidewalks are hard on my feet, legs and body. These provided great support and cushion. Biked in them too. A great all around sandal. I'm sure they would not be adequate for some trails needed closed hiking shoes, but they were great for what I wanted them for.
Answered on 4/13/2015 10:15:24 AM by Leslie from Fairbanks, AK
These have a Unaweep sole.
Answered on 4/13/2015 1:29:36 PM by marksfam from Cartersville GA
Answered on 4/13/2015 4:38:41 PM by mattiemay from Chattanooga, Tn
The straps should not shrink. With time feet do still continue to grow so it may be that you just don't wear that size anymore. Try to just floss the straps through the sandal for a bit, meaning tug them and readjust them a few times and see if this may stretch them out. Also try doing this if the straps are wet. I hope this helps.
Answered on 4/26/2010 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
Yes, all of the front straps are adjustable. You can not adjust the heel but with loosening or tightening the front you can adjust it to fit perfectly. You just want to make sure the the sandal fits your arch as opposed to concentrating on the length.
Answered on 3/8/2010 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
The straps are adjustable to a degree and they need a little pulling around to get the right fit. After that they are good to go!
Answered on 4/19/2010 12:00:00 AM by Victoria from Portland, ME