Reviewed by Badgermom from Idaho on Tuesday, July 10, 2012
These are the best Chacos! I bought them for my daughter who has wanted some, but she has a wide foot. They are perfect in the size 6W, which was pretty true to her own size.. Super comfy and very functional. She gets compliments all the time. We love the 2-tone straps. Thanks, Chacos! My fir...
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Reviewed by Cailin from Austin, Texas on Tuesday, June 16, 2015
I can't believe I waited this long to get actual water shoes, and I'm so happy with these Chacos. I debated about Keens, Tevas, and Chacos and got positive recommendations for all three. I went with the Chacos since I have a wide foot (several people felt that Tevas were better for narrow) and wanted something more open than Keens. They're perfect: I wore them on a creek hike right out of the box and they were fantastic in and out of water. I've since worn them on another land-to-water adventure and for two 12 hour days on my feet, and the arch support is great (I have high arches). The color and "snakeskin" print are very fun. Highly recommend!
Reviewed by Sharon in the Adirondacks from Adirondack Mountains in Upstate NY on Monday, June 15, 2015
I had to return them. When the straps were pulled tight around my ankles the right strap was too long and hung to the ground. I was worried that I would catch the strap and trip. Sorry they had a problem as these were nice supportive, comfortable sandals and I would like to have kept them.
Reviewed by Deb the walker from Florida on Monday, June 15, 2015
I slid my foot into these sandals, and with very little adjustment I was on my way. My last Chaco's were hand me downs, so this was a
chance that I din't think I would be able to step right into these new ones and head out, but that is exactly what happened. I love that they
are so completely adjustable and comfortable and light and sturdy!! Thank you.
Reviewed by Gracie to goat farmer & hiker from Chandler, Arizona on Sunday, June 14, 2015
I bought these before I started volunteering at a grungy AZ goat and chicken and produce farm through WWOOFing organisation. I needed some easy, comfortable, athletic-but-durable sandals to wear while working when I'm not wearing my boots. These are great. Super dirty now, but im glad it only takes a washdown with a hose to make them clean again. I will use them for casual use (when clean!) and trekking as well. Pleasantly pleased. I highly recommend (to those who can be comfortable with the tightness of a double toe-strap). One thing to know is that adjusting -at least so far with my one week experience- can be difficult. Maybe I go about it wrong, but it takes longer to get just right than I would prefer (especially when I am trying to hurry and get stuff done) sometimes it takes me 45 seconds, other times it'll take like 5 minutes... Keep in mind that my feet and shoes are already dirty so the strap friction may be bad now (you slide the straps (one continuous strap actually) to adjust). Maybe I just haven't gotten the hang of it yet or haven't gone about it correctly just yet. So, yeah. They are loverly and would work well for everyday use.
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If you wear a 10 then the 11 would probably be too big.
Answered on 5/29/2014 9:17:36 AM by Product Specialist Greg from Company Headquarters
A lot of reviews say Chacos run small, and to size up if you're between sizes. I wear a 6 in dress shoes and a 7 in most running shoes,. I ordered a 6 and they were too big. I exchanged them for a 5 and they fit perfectly.
Answered on 5/29/2014 11:44:30 AM by Bev from Florida
That depends on your definition of "too big" . They will not fall off of your foot, but would fit more loose than most people would like. Would you be using these for short jaunts to the beach, (acceptable) or would you be using these to stroll around town for hours? (not acceptable)
Answered on 5/31/2014 3:58:57 AM by Robin the lifeguard from Ipswich,MA