Chaco Men's Hipthong Two

Priced: $39.98 - $79.93 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 9 reviews.
Chaco Hipthong Two
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The Chaco Hipthong Two Sandal combines the comfort and ease of a flip flop with the utility of a technical sandal. Thanks to quick-drying polyester webbing and a cinch-down buckle at the top, you'll enjoy an all-long, water-friendly fit.

Fabric:

  • Nylon toe piece offers a blend of durability and comfort

Fit:

  • Fixed straps anchor under mid-foot to provide a secure fit
  • AddStride technology offers molded polyurethane for a natural and ergonomic fit

Outsole:

  • EcoTread outsole features 25% recycled rubber
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More than a flip, lighter-weight than a “Z, ” the Hipthong Two is the perfect combination of both. Stretchy webbing cradles your instep, keeping pace with your every move. No flop in this flip, with an adjustable instep to form to your foot and our LUVSEAT™ footbed for fit and alignment.
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Also available for: Women

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Chaco Hipthong Two Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I picked up a pair of these for around $35 and after wearing them for about 2 weeks loved the some much I got a second pair. These stay on your feet in rivers and lakes unlike any other flip flop but are easier to get on and off than sandals with a backstrap. Like most high quality shoes they do have a break in period but for me that only lasted a few days. If see a good price on these grab them...you won't be sorry.

Justin Brown at Backcountry.com on 01/08/2012

These are beefier than the regular Chaco flips, more akin to Z1 footbed than the flip footbed as far as thickness and protection from sharp rocks and such. Would've gotten 5 stars, but the extra criss-crossed straps aren't like the normal webbing - they stretch a bit, losing said stretch over time. Not super important as I like mine a bit loose so things don't get stuck underneath my feet, but a little different than I expected.

Jesse Robertson at Backcountry.com on 08/22/2012

Huge fan of the regular Chaco flip so I was interested in trying something else from them. The extra straps of the hip thong seemed strange at first so I wore them loose to start with. After wearing them for a while I tightened the straps and found that they gave just enough extra security that they became my go to flip for being active in. Great comfort and extra security!

Zach Branson at Backcountry.com on 05/09/2013

These are a do anything thong...the extra strap keeps in on your foot for light hiking, super comfortable and they get rid of the dreaded flip-flop drag/sponge sound when walking around...My only issue with these is that I can't just slide into and out of these like a regular thong, I need to either sit down or bed over to adjust the extra strap.

Alex Flynn-Padick at Backcountry.com on 09/02/2013

Definitely size a half size up. I wear an 11 almost across the board, with an exception of a 12 in Nike, and the arch of these was almost to the ball of my foot, and my heel hung off the back. however, very nice construction, and i could see these becoming very hard not to wear once broken in.

John Duke at Backcountry.com on 06/14/2012

Bought these sandals off of steepandcheap.com for about 50% off. At that price, they are unbeatable. The additional straps ensure a snug and comfortable fit. Contrary to most flips, you don't have to exercise your toe muscles to keep them on your feet.
Pros: Fit, tan lines, comfort, versatility, durability
Cons: Break-in period, price

Eric Ryan at Backcountry.com on 04/04/2011

These are the most comfortable flips I've ever owned. They take a little getting used to, but really stay on your feet even in situations you would not normally use flips for ie creaking, etc. Also, they stay against your feet so there's no annoying flopping sound when you walk.

mwc4839451 at Backcountry.com on 09/12/2011

Great flip flop at a cool price!

DEON NORTJE at Backcountry.com on 03/08/2012

Neutral Reviews:

When I saw these sandals, I thought they would be the perfect balance between the look of thongs and the security of the Z2s. However the fit is odd. The position of the thong is set too far back. I had plenty of room at the front but my heels hung off the back. Adjusting the straps didn't change this. I haven't and this problem with any other flip flops or the Z2s. So unfortunately, I had to return them.

budp479521 at Backcountry.com on 04/28/2013