There's a good reason why Chaco sandals inspire a loyal following of adventurous soles. From aggressive arch support to sculpted heel cups, Chaco shoes and sandals fit like a glove and work with the dynamics of your stride to reduce pronation and ensure all-day comfort. Recognized by the American Podiatric Medical Association as biomechanically correct, Chaco footwear is also designed to be resoled, which means your favorite pair of shoes stands a good chance of lasting just short of forever. Strap on a pair of Chacos and set ... Learn more about Chacoyour feet free for any action-oriented adventure. ... Less
Reviewed by fungo from SF Bay on Wednesday, April 15, 2015
I've owned 6-7 pairs of Chaco and like these because they're cuter & dressier than the single wide strap. The thinner straps tend to fray & fuzz up after continuous wear but they look so nice I decided just not to use them for daily wear. Like all the Chaco flips they tend to loosen up after the break in period. They got a bit floppy (I have narrow feet) and when I check they are actually a bit longer than my Ecotreads.
Reviewed by MT Camping Girl from Montana on Tuesday, April 14, 2015
So far these are very quality sandals. Solid sole that will be great for camping and being in and out of the water. Need a bit of breaking in because they do have a prominent arch, but my feet definitely aren't sore so far.Lots of strap adjustment for your preferred fit. I'm excited to use them this summer.
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