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About Chaco ZX/2 Sandals (For Women)

Closeouts. Chaco steps up with a strappy version of its famous ZX/2 sandal and caters to feet that are craving that classic Chaco comfort with an even more customized fit.


Specs about Chaco ZX/2 Sandals (For Women)

  • Upper: Polyester webbing
  • Midsole: Polyurethane
  • Outsole: Vibram® rubber
  • Weight (pair): 1 lb. 8 oz.
  • Made in China
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4.524193 5 Overall Rating: 4.5 Based on 124 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

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... Read More
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Question & Answer

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  • “What sole is this? Unaweep ? Yampa? ”
    Asked by Meg from Tennessee on 4/13/2015 9:07:14 AM
    • 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
    • Unaweep.......
      Answered on 4/13/2015 4:38:41 PM by Mattiemay from Chattanooga, Tn
  • “Is the color of the sole on the multi-red (08) brown or black? It looks brown.”
    Asked by I Margaret from Baton Rouge on 4/6/2014 3:22:57 PM
    • The sole is black
      Answered on 4/8/2014 11:25:46 AM by Outdoor Family from Bozeman, MT
  • “What color is the sole on the multi red (08)?”
    Asked by Em from Ohio on 3/16/2014 8:27:50 PM
    • The sole is black
      Answered on 3/17/2014 10:40:14 AM by Outdoor Family from Bozeman, MT
  • “Is the actual shoe black or brown?”
    Asked by Dana from South Carolina on 10/26/2013 7:21:36 AM
    • It depends on the color you choose. Colors 06 and 04 are brown and color 07 is black.
      Answered on 10/29/2013 11:19:46 AM by Jack from Sierra Trading Post
  • “Are these the Unaweep sole or the Yampa sole?”
    Asked by Mary in WI from Milwaukee on 9/10/2013 12:38:07 PM
    • This is the Unaweep sole.
      Answered on 9/10/2013 1:01:03 PM by Jack from Sierra Trading Post

About Chaco

There's a good reason why Chaco shoes have maintained a devoted following of adventurous souls (proudly known as Chaconians) for more than 25 years. From the incredible, arch-supporting footbed to the totally unique strap configuration, Chaco sandals fit like a glove and provide amazing support. Originally created by Mark Paigen in 1989, Chaco sandals have since evolved from a single pair of “Ultimate Sport Sandals” into an array of adventure-ready footwear products, including Chaco boots, sneakers and even clogs. Plus, to reduce waste and help loyal Chaconians get more miles out of their favorite kicks, this brand has even introduced the ReChaco Project, which allows customers to send in their worn or damaged sandals to be repaired. Ready to join the ChacoNation?