Reviewed by Comfortable shoe lover from Bettendorf Iowa on Wednesday, October 7, 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 Katie from Costa Rica on Monday, February 2, 2015
I was looking for a pair of Chaco's that would be sturdy enough for hiking and climbing, and these are perfect! They have a slightly thicker sole, which was what I was hoping for. And very comfortable!
Reviewed by Lea M. from Idaho on Wednesday, July 30, 2014
I'm comparing this product to the Chaco Updraft X2 Genweb, which is the pair I decided to keep. The ZX/2 fit my foot OK and is easier to adjust than the Updraft. The toe loop makes your foot feel so much more stable and, assuming you're doing some hiking in these, it will make a big difference. The foot bed of the ZX/2 is a little less molded than the Updraft, so it will fit more feet, but it also offers less support and is noticeably heavier and clunkier/thicker. All things considered, this is a decent sandal, but I preferred the Updraft because it's lighter and seemed a little more supportive.
Reviewed by John from Arizona on Monday, June 30, 2014
I walk two miles, twice a day, in these sandals, and wear a second pair indoors (to prevent imbedded cactus spines in the outdoor pair from damaging the flooring) the rest of the day. I do really like the sandals.
I wear something between a mens 9.5C and 10B (European 42 or 43) depending upon the last of the shoe/boot. The women's 11 medium width works just fine. The double straps permit a better fit on the big toe; they can overlap a bit and not seem as stiff.
Reviewed by Mountain Girl from Colorado on Tuesday, June 24, 2014
These are my third pair of Chacos and the first since they started producing in China. They are still great, but not quite as comfortable as the other ones I have worn. The heel seems to be narrower on these new ones. Also, the bottoms look a little cheaper (not quite sure how to describe, but just doesn't seem to be fused/glued together as well) so I will see how they hold up compared to the ones I've been wearing for 8 and 10 years. Overall I am happy with my purchase and have had no real issues with comfort.
Do you have a question about this product? Get answers from the community and our staff experts!
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