|$74.96 - $99.95
Adjust the women's Chaco Z/2 Yampa Sandal around your big toe and get ready for serious adventuring. Chaco’s lightweight Yampa outsole provides excellent traction, while the LUVSEAT platform provides vital alignment and support to keep you on your feet.
• Custom Adjust’em fit.
• LUVSEAT footbed.
• Vibram TC-1 rubber.
|Footwear Type:||Hiking/Backpacking, Casual, Sandals|
|Midsole:||Durable, women's specific LUVSEAT polyurethane footbed with slip resistant classic diamond pattern design|
|Outsole:||Non-marking Yampa Outsole with Vibram TC-1 rubber and 3mm lugs|
|Shoe Sole:||Non-marking, Vibram Yampa, resolable|
|Shoe Upper:||19mm polyester, Jacquard webbing|
|Sole:||Vibram non-marking and resoleable Yampa outsole|
|Upper:||Polyester jacquard webbing Upper, with toe loop, wraps around the foot and through the midsole for the ultimate customized fit|
|Weight:||10.6 oz / 300 g|
|Chaco Z/2 Vibram Yampa||$99.99 - $100.00|
|Chaco Z/1 Yampa||$54.99 - $100.00|
|Chaco ZX/2 Sandals||$49.98 - $100.00|
|Chaco Z/2 Vibram Yampa Sandals-Black-10||$83.96|
I by far have the gnarlyest feet ever created and have a difficult time getting sandals and shoes to fit. What is great about chacos is the adjustable straps so they will fit any foot comfortably. These took about 10 min to adjust because I'm not that coordinated, but now that they are dialed in- I have no complaints. I recently put these through the ringer by taking them on a 5 mile hike through the rainforest and it poured rain the entire time. I didn't feel burning or pain spots like I did with other sandles or wet shoes nor did I have issues with slipping on rocks because of the unique sole. Theres a reason why hippy river guides wear these- well because they are hippys, but because they are the best. I highly recommend and hope to have these for another 11 years like my last pair.
I love these! I'm a Chaco fan. I have a pair of Wrapsody and love them, and these are that much greater. Chacos form to your foot, making a custom pair of comfortable shoes. It's all I ever wear anymore. I have bad joints and my Chaco's help tremendously. If you're going to buy a pair of shoes, it would be silly not to buy Chaco's.
Got these for my girlfriend, wears size 6 in most shoes, size 6 fits great. Comfortable, durable, and look good. Only drawback are the straps, they can be a pain to move around to get them in the right position, and they do slip from time to time. But when they are in place they are really comfortable.
I have Chacos in every sole (except the updraft, because I think they're lame) and almost every webbing style and the Z2 Yampa is my favorite by far! Super light and comfy, no break in time, no toe loop tightening, more comfortable than my ZX2s and more supportive than my Z1s.
I tried these on in the store then bought them here. I struggled with these because I have high arches. I flossed them and loosened up and they were okay when on dry land. Once I took them in water, they got stiff and I got blisters on my big toe and on the arch of my foot from getting sand stuck. I had to wear them without the toe piece for about a week because they were too tight. I ended up returning them here, and Backcountry.com has the best return policy ever!