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 ERH from Minnesota on Saturday, March 28, 2015
I purchased these last year in a size 6 because I am a size 6 1/2. The arch area dug into my feet and I couldn't understand what was going on. The length was fine and the width was fine, but they were just not comfortable. I realized this during my trip to Southeast Asia, taking these as my only shoes. This year I went and tried them on at a store and asked to try on a size 7. Though the length of the sandal is longer than what I would like, the way the arch hits my foot is perfect. It feels dreamy. I know STP recommends going down a half size, but that may not be accurate, depending on your foot shape and how the sandal will hit the arch of your foot. I can't return my other pair, so I am probably going to clean them off and donate them, as they are still in great condition. I am looking forward to my new Chacos, wearing them all summer long. Please do yourself a favor and try these on before you buy. Don't just try them on for a few minutes. Walk around in them for 10 minutes at least. If you feel your legs becoming tired, or if the arch feels like it is digging into your feat, rather than caressing them, trying on another size. I wish I did! BUT, with STP's great prices/sales, even with the purchase of this second pair, it's as though I paid full price for the one pair. No real regrets. :)
Reviewed by Rachel the Adventure Nanny from Washington, D.C. on Saturday, March 28, 2015
This is my second pair of chacos... They are wonderful, as usual. I've known people to land incredible deals where they find a pair in a small country store for $30 or less, but in general, this price is the lowest you can get. They're worth every penny! The two-strap, toe loop design is my favorite because it's the most custom-fitting and adjustable. It takes a while to get them adjusted the first time but once you do, you're good to go for years.
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