The Women's ZX/2 Sandal by Chaco is a high-performance sport sandal that is designed to conform to the curvatures of a woman's foot and provide a comfortable, casual fit. This Chaco women's sandal features a 360 degree Wrap-Fit design with adjustable straps, a heel-leash for front-to-back stability, and a cute double webbing strap design for added support. The BioCentric footbed is formulated with durable polyurethane for awesome support, and the Vibram Unaweep outsole provides a intelligent combination of slip resistance and traction on an array of outdoor terrains, wet or dry. The Chaco ZX/2 is great for long-distance hikes in the park, hitting the river for a kayaking trip, or giving your feet a breather after a hearty training run.
• Custom Adjust’em fit.
• LUVSEAT footbed.
• Vibram TC-1 rubber.
Adventure and style combine with the Chaco ZX/2 Unaweep women's sandals, offering a double-strap design for a great fit and fun style for go-anywhere multisport performance.
Country of Origin: USA
|Adjustable Forefoot Straps:||Yes|
|Adjustable Heel Straps:||No|
|Average footwear weight (pair):||1 lb. 8 oz.|
|Avg. Weight (Pair):||1 lb. 5 oz.|
|Midsole:||Durable, women's specific LUVSEAT polyurethane footbed with slip resistant classic diamond pattern design|
|Outsole:||Non-marking Unaweep Outsole with Vibram TC-1 rubber and 4.5mm lugs for maximum traction and durability on land and water|
|Shoe Sole:||Non-marking, Vibram Yampa, resolable|
|Shoe Upper:||Polyester webbing|
|Toe Style:||Open Toe|
|Toe coverage:||Open toe|
|Upper:||Polyester jacquard webbing Upper double straps, with toe loop, wraps around the foot and through the midsole for the ultimate customized fit|
|Weight:||12.3 oz / 348 g|
|Chaco ZX/1 Unaweep||$34.50 - $99.99|
|Chaco ZX/2 Unaweep Sole||$79.95|
|Chaco Z/2 Unaweep||$54.99 - $100.00|
|Chaco ZX/2 Sandals||$49.98 - $100.00|
I love Chaco's. I found the best fit is to do the next size up and to be wide. The regular is a good fit only if you have narrow feet. Wide is good for regular width feet to actual wide feet. So, for me I am a size 7- 7.5 in regular shoes, I order Chacos size 8 W. Ive broken in a couple pairs, so I recommend for a fast break in period, use them in water a lot, and at first walk around in them as flip flops ( w/o the back strapped up), this allows them to get broken in the foot area. Once that is broken in the heel area should break in just fine. Yes, it's an art to breaking in a pair of usually expensive Chaco's, but it is worth it (to me) to have a lifetime sandal, that is good for hobbies and town wear. Chacos last me about 6 years of regular summer wear, then the sole kind of starts flopping off. You can get your sandals repaired through Chaco and probably get another 6 years out of them, but I usually see it as an excuse to get a new pair :} Also... I just ordered a customized pair off the chaco website (pick all your own designs, sole and color, stitch color etc) for 130 dollars. Compared to retail stores you have limited selection and they cost about 116 dollars. I say create your own pair!!
After trying both the Keen Newport H2 and the Teva Tirra sandals, I have chosen these to be my sandals for backpacking around the world. I have extremely narrow feet, so the fact that you can adjust all the straps is AMAZING.
I wasn't crazy about chacos color options, but I ordered the Foxy Green and I LOVE it! I love that these are more sandal like than both Keens and Tevas and that there arent laces or velcro all over the shoe like Tevas and Keens.
You definitely have to break these shoes in, the straps rubbed in a couple places after I walked in them a lot, but they dont anymore. I also got a small blister on the bottom of my foot from the arch. I'm so used to wearing flat shoes with no arch support that after walking around in these shoes for two days straight the arch was giving me some foot pain and rubbing in a little blister. Again, this is something that has gone away now that I have broken them in and adjusted to them.
Overall they are the BEST possible option in both fit and function. I really don't think there is anything better out there. Chaco has officially won me over :)
I bought these as a birthday gift to myself. I live in Florida and I go to the theme parks a lot. Flip flops and sandals just weren't cutting and sneakers get too hot in the summer. My cousin had a pair and she swore by them. So I got a pair and I am so happy I did. I wear them everywhere. I also have flat feet and bunions and they don't bother at all. It took some getting used to and you definitely need to break them in. But once you do you won't regret your decision. I am 27 and I have feet and lower back pain issues since I was a teenager. I have never found a pair of sandals that were so perfect for my feet. The biggest plus is they have great traction, so no slipping or falling on wet surfaces.
My wife had an old pair of Chacos that didn't fit anymore because her feet flattened out a little when she began running a lot. We replaced them with these in a size larger and they fit like a glove. She wore these around camp and hiking in Banff for 10 days shortly after she got them. They were a little hard on her feet at first but now that they're broken in (for the most part), she'd wear them all the time if she could.
Be aware, that Chaco's are heavier than most other sandals you've worn and they can be quite painful on your feet at first. But give it some time and they'll mold to your feet and you'll get used to the weight!
I love my Chaco's. My daughter has had a pair for the past 2 years and practically lives in them - in and out of the water. She always told me they were comfortable.
I have problems with my (50+ year old) feet so I have been to the doctor for inserts and expensive tennis shoes to wear all the time.
My feet feel better and I can be on my feet longer in my Chaco's than in any special made shoe I have had. I just recently ordered a second pair. I plan to live in my Chaco's during this summer. They fit my feet like they were made special for me. Enjoy!
The straps, even when adjusted, didn't fit and my feet were sliding around in them - they were just too long. I heard that they will fix this problem for free if you send them in, but the other problem I had was that both of my feet wouldn't stay centered so I was walking on the lumps on the side and it was very uncomfortable. I think they are great for people with wide feet, but not for people with very narrow feet!