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The Chaco Z/2 Sandals sturdy your foot like a hiking boot for summer hiking and hanging out.

The Chaco Z/2 Unaweep Men's Sandal is perhaps the most secure sandal on the planet. Its Unaweep outsole is 20% lighter than Chaco's previous sandals, and it's ideal for activities that demand solid footing in or out of water. The Z/2 sandal's strap configuration offers an adjustable toe loop that adds a measure of security to your foot, making them incredibly stable. Whether you're a river rat who needs a super grippy sandal or you just want a sturdy, great-looking pair of sandals that will last ages, the Chaco Z/2 Unaweeps will last for years.

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Quality Sandal

Quality Sandal

Tromping around J Tree in our Chacos, nothing beats the quick on and off... and their longevity.. and tan lines

5 5

Officially Converted

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
  • Fit: True to size
  • Height: 5' 7"
    Weight: 140 lbs
    Size Purchased: 9

My husband was unsure about using Chacos, but I knew he'd love them so I ordered them anyway. From the second he put them on to the first hike, he couldn't say anything bad about them. He's officially a Chaco guy now!

4 5

Good not perfect

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Height: 5' 10"
    Weight: 160 lbs
    Size Purchased: 10

First and foremost I want to say that this company kicks some serious a** with its customer service. 10 outta 10. I tried these on in the store and was happy with the fit, unfortunately when I got them they were running big. That being said these folks took great care of me and set up the exchange for a smaller pair with no trouble. I will be ordering my gear from this site for a long time to come.

5 5

Same As Always

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

This is my 3rd pair. You wont find a better river sandal out there. Works great for those side hikes and around the boat. Just don't forget to bring the salve on those longer trips, because your feet are going to dry out!

5 5

Built to support you and your pack too.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs large

There are no other sandals I've felt I could hike for days in, with my pack on.

The great arch support and very thick durable soles are made solidly, with just the right slight flex. I've tried them ones without the big toe loop, and this Z2 style is more solid and stable underfoot, especially through running water. The tops are patterned to be grippy when wet and also comfortable, not leaving lines in your feet. Where the chord passes into the sole is tight enough to not let sand in, or even to allow water squeaking.

I recommend males buying one size less than closed toe shoe size.

4 5

Great do-everything sandal!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I love these sandals! I use these mainly for floating the river and going cliff-jumping, but they also do very well on hikes. I like having the extra toe-strap. I can use it to really secure the sandal if I am doing something that requires a little more foot control. I can also put my foot over the toe-strap if i am wanting more of a comfortable feel. Great all-around sandal. Chaco sets the standard!

5 5

Wide option for women.

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
  • Fit: True to size

I bought some women's keens as a gift, but they were too narrow for her wide foot. There weren't any wide in women's available so I tried mens. She's a size 9 in women's, so I got her the 7 in mens and they fit great! I showed her how to adjust them, by pulling the straps through the sole, and she's in love. She said she wore them all summer.

5 5

My go to Shoe!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

If its above 45 degrees out, these are on my feet. I have worn them for everything from backpacking trips on the AT, music festivals, days on the beach, to shopping around town. They go on my feet as soon as I take off the bike, running, or kayaking shoes. (Sometimes even ski boots if its not bitter cold!)If you want a pair of sandals, these are them. Yes sometimes they take some getting used to, but trust me they are worth it.

They are easily adjustable by just pulling on the webbing one way or the other and once you get them adjusted to your feet, they fit great. Sometimes the webbing gets stuck but just get them wet and it will loosen things up!

Also they last forever. I have own a pair of these that are at least 7 or 8 years old and they are still in great condition. I just upgraded to a new pair only because I won them in a contest. They old ones are still kicking. I will add, that the Z/2 is the way to go. Yes it may feel weird at first to have your big toe surrounded by a strap but they stay in place and make long mile days a lot better.

Everyone of my paddling, hiking, biking, kayaking, skiing friends own and wear their Chacos religiously. If you want to fit in the outdoor world, you better own a pair of Chacos!

But.......

I will add that I do not recommend these as a go to shoe for whitewater kayaking. A lot of people starting off show up in these. Yes they work great for hikes along the river or other water based sports but for whitewater, get a close toed shoe that has a sole specifically made for walking on wet rocks and that will protect your foot when moving around on rough banks. I like anything from Astral or the Five-Ten Water Tennie. DO NOT where Chacos in your boat if you plan on doing any whitewater kayaking other then playboating at the local play hole or running less then class 3 rapids.

My go to Shoe!
5 5

Good sandals for hot weather hiking

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

These took my feet awhile to get used to, but once I built up a few calluses they became super comfortable. They are great for hot weather and anywhere with a lot of water crossings.
I usually wear a 9.5 and I got these in a 9 and they fit perfectly.

Straps will rub your feet raw!

Straps will rub your feet raw!

My feet after a couple mile walk in the Z2's. I really wanted to love these, and am a big fan of the comfortable and supportive soles. But no matter how loose you make the toe straps, as you walk they will pull them selves tight until your big toe is being strangled, and after awhile it will rub/burn the skin right off your feet.

Responded on

I had this happen more than once. I gave these more than a fair chance as I have worn them for 3-4 years on rivers, lake Powell, hiking, climbing approaches, camping and so on. Most people love these; but, they just weren't for me. Mine still have tons of life; but, I decided to go back to my roots and just purchased a pair of original Teva's. Can't wait to be able to wear sandals all day without discomfort. Again, most love them and the soles are rad ...they just aren't for all feet and they weren't for mine.

4 5

Acquired Taste

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

So I get the shoes, right?

They're great, first of all, but it takes me a little while to figure out how I want them to fit and adjust the straps and whatnot. But that's not too important. They look good. They feel good. They look good.

But then I decided to wear them all day every day for a week right after I got them, and I blistered up pretty bad in the spots where the straps rubbed. This was frustrating, but got over it after couple days of just wearing for a few hours at a time.

Super great after that. I wear them pretty much all the time with anything (not advised).

Pros:
Excellent versatility
Looks great
Easy maintenance
Convenient
Comfortable (after time)

Cons:
Takes time to break in
Smells rank after a few days
Constant strap adjustment

5 5

Hooked for life

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I absolutely love my chacos I use them for everything from walking around campus to hitting the trails. I have the shoes in two different colors. These are about the only things that I wear on my feet year round. Yes I said year round, I wear these bad boys with socks. These are extremely durable, the shoes are 100% worth the money!

Responded on

High five to a fellow Chacos-with-socks wearer!

Climbs like a dream.

Climbs like a dream.

Got a bit offroute on the Living Room hike. Had to get real hardcore for a minute.

5 5

When in doubt...get the Chacos!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

If you find yourself wondering, "Umm, should I pay that much for a pair of sandals?" Yes, by all means, get the Chacos! These things do it all. Their thick soles allow for use on trails or if you are just taking a walk through the neighborhood. I'm glad I finally talked myself into getting them.
Comfortable?...Oh yeah!
Durable?...You bet!
Freakin' Awesome?...Holy Cow, Yes!

5 5

Chacos rockos

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I really enjoy my chacos. I wear them all the time. I wear a 10, which is .5 to a full size smaller than what I wear in shoes. So comfy. They just smell bad.

5 5

Chicken Soup for the "Sole"

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

The official sandal of the ancient Greek god, Hermes.

By far, the best thing I've ever purchased...period. Durability, comfortability, performance driven, and fashion-forward...Chacos are timeless and will always be the cornerstone to anyone's gear closet.

The only issue I have with this gift from the gods is the weight. You start to feel clunky after a long hike, so it probably isn't the best choice for hikes greater than 5-6 miles, depending on your physical prowess. But, there's nothing better than finishing a long day on the trail wearing your light/mid hiking boots and putting on your Chacos to give your feetsies a breather :D

5 5

My Chacos

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I bought my Chacos at the beginning of this summer. When I first put them on it was as if I had already worn them in to fit my foot, it was perfect! I have been wearing these to the pool, on medium length hikes, and just out and about. If you're looking for a sandal that will fit all your needs, look no further!

5 5

Quintessential performance sandal

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

If you are looking for a highly functional extremely comfortable sandal this is it. the Z/2 is the most comfortable footwear that I own. I wear mine all the time. A lot of people are pro toe strap, a lot are anti toe strap, there are arguments to be made either way. I personally am a fan, I feel the toe strap gives me added stability when hiking up. Most times once I reach the summit and am on the way back down I'll tuck the toe strap under my foot to hike down so that it is not digging into the webbing of my foot. The single webbing strap is threaded all the way through the sole so that you can customize to fit your foot. A must have for any outdoor enthusiast.