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|$74.99 - $99.99
The Women's Z/2 Sandal by Chaco is a high-performance sport sandal engineered to help conquer the most demanding outdoor endeavors in safety and comfort. This Chaco women's sandal features a 360 degree Wrap-Fit design with soft polyester webbing and adjustable straps, and a toe-wrap and heel-leash for awesome foot stability. The rugged Vibram Unaweep outsole is designed to provide an unbeatable combination of slip resistance and traction for an array of outdoor terrains, wet or dry. From the sands of Baja to your favorite mountain lake in the Adirondacks, the Chaco Z/2 will keep your super cute feet safe, secure and comfy while you play outdoors. Have fun.
The Chaco Z/2 Unaweep women's sandals offer great versatility, comfort and support for water or land use thanks to a rugged outsole and an easily adjustable, secure strap system.
With a focus on forefoot control, the women's Chaco Z/2 features a wrap-around toe loop that keeps your feet locked to the footbed. Chaco's Custom Adjust’em™ Fit adjustable straps feature soft polyester webbing that dries fast and maintains a consistent fit, making the Z/2 an ideal choice for the most demanding endeavors.
Country of Origin: USA
|Adjustable Forefoot Straps:||Yes|
|Adjustable Heel Straps:||No|
|Average footwear weight (pair):||1 lb. 8.8 oz.|
|Avg. Weight (Pair):||1 lb. 5 oz.|
|Midsole:||LUVSEAT™ X01 platform|
|OUTSOLE:||Vibram® TC-1 rubber. 4-5mm lug depth. High traction and self cleaning tread design. Non-marking sole.|
|Recommended Use:||casual, fly fishing, river wading, camping, hiking|
|Shoe Sole:||Non-marking, Vibram Yampa, resolable|
|Shoe Upper:||Polyester webbing|
|Toe Style:||Open Toe|
|Toe coverage:||Open toe|
|UPPER:||Polyester jacquard webbing upper. Custom Adjust’em fit.|
|Upper Material:||polyurethane, rubber, nylon|
|Warranty:||lifetime (manufacturer defect)|
|Weight:||12.56 oz / 339 g|
|Chaco Z/2 Unaweep Sport Sandals||$69.95|
|Chaco Z/2 Unaweep Wide Sandals||$60.00|
|Chaco Z/1 Unaweep||$59.99 - $100.00|
|Chaco ZX/2 Unaweep||$60.00 - $100.00|
Everyone at the local crag has these shoes, and eventually I broke and joined the club. They sized about half a size bigger than my street shoes to fit well. At first I thought I wouldn't like the toe strap, but so far has worked pretty well. They took some adjusting to get the strap to fit right, and to build up callouses around the straps and where the heel of the shoe rubs against the foot. A month in, they're super comfy and require little adjustment. One issue, there's a bit of extra strap left past the buckle that can drag on the ground. I cut the webbing shorter, and then folded it over itself. With a little sewing, was good as new.
Overall, great shoes. Plus, a great tan line to boot!
When I first bought my Chaco Z/2, I fell in love with them. The arch support was unbelievable and my sandal was so comfortable I didn't want to take them off. I wear them daily to walk around campus at a urban university while carrying an extremely heavy backpack, and my Chacos never fail to make my day go by easier. I did recently wear them on a 6 mile hike, and I ended up with TERRIBLE blisters. I had a few blisters on each of my heels, and even blisters on top of my toes. I'm hoping I just need to break them in more, because other than the blisters, my Chaco's made it easy to hike through any type of terrain.
I just love them. They are super comfortable, I use them as much as I can to go everywhere. The straps are great, you can adjust them as you need, so when I finally got them right, I haven't had to adjust them ever again. They are great quality, great purchase, my feet love them. I usually use 8.5 in Keen but for these I ordered them in size 8, they fit perfectly. Totally recommend them.
The sandals don't fit very well if you have a wide foot. The concept is nice but I wore my chacos for a three weeks and by the end of the day I had bad sores on the inside arch area of my foot. Were the strap and the shoe meet it would rub my foot raw and I tried to break them in but it did not seem to matter. I just think they are good for a wider foot :-(