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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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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!

Climbs like a dream.

Climbs like a dream.

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

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Sweet! Bringing my grand total up to 3! I'm on my way!

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!

Chacos for days!

Chacos for days!

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Who doesn't love these bad boys?

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With our powers combined!!!

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.

2 5

toe strap blisters

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

love the extra control the toe strap provides, but unfortunately it gave me terrible blisters. returned for the z/1 and it's great!

5 5

4 yrs and counting

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs small

I've had the same pair of Chaco's for 4 yrs now. They're a well traveled pair of sandals. Highly recommend them to anyone looking for a quality product that is always ready for the next adventure. I wear them around town, the house, multiple day backpacking and river trips, and fly fishing.

5 5

Can you really call these sandals?

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

These shoendals can go anywhere and do anything. There is nothing flimsy about these - the vibram soles give you some much stability I have been on some serious hikes in these without even giving it a second thought. If I could wear them to work they would be on my feet everyday.

5 5

The best adventure sandals

I use these for everything including urban, travel, hiking, scrambling, water activities. I recently went to Spain and used them on the Camino del Rey. My current pair has been through years of abuse and only now starting to show some sole damage.

5 5

Do it!

It took me a minute to break down and get these, but I'm sure glad I did. Very comfortable and you can wear them doing just about anything. Adjusting the straps at first is kinda weird, but once you get the hang of it, it's pretty sweet!

5 5

get them

These are my go to pair for short backpacking trips in warm weather, or if im going to be doing a lot water crossings.

5 5

Luv Em

I just got my new sandals today. I had never paid this much for a pair of sandals before and I was a little concerned because they were kind of tight across the top of my foot. Then I looked a little closer at how they were made. It turns out that whole front part of the shoe is all one strap. With a little effort you can pull the strap to loosen or tighten whatever you need too. I started by loosening the strap across the top of the foot. Of course I pulled on the wrong side which made the toe loop smaller. No problem. I pulled and made the toe toe loop larger then pulled the right way on the other strap. After playing with it a little, I finally got just the right fit. Now the sandals fit my foot perfectly and don't slip around like every pair of sandals I have ever owned in the past. They are without a doubt the most comfortable shoe of any kind I have ever owned. Great design Chaco. They should have instructions on how to adjust them though.

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Follow Up: My dog ate them. I ordered more even though they were expensive. I loved them that much.

Chaco Z/2 Unaweep Sandal - Men's

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You should show how they can be adjusted to fit your foot perfectly.

How much do these weigh? Are they a good...

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How much do these weigh? Are they a good around-the-camp shoe for backpacking or are they too heavy?

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They're pretty hefty for a camp shoe, what with the thick sole. I'd recommend something more like a Sanuk flip-flop. They're pretty durable and have nice solid foam soles that are incredibly comfortable (I've actually hiked to crags in them), but they're feather light.

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They're about 2lbs for the pair, which is pretty heavy as Angus stated for a set of camp sandals.

5 5

Believe the hype

I'll admit i was somewhat skeptical about Chacos at first. I tried them on and wasn't crazy about them in the store but i was told they break in and that when you won't want to wear anything else. That is totally true. I love these shoes and wore them almost everyday last summer. They make great climbing approach shoes and I even use them as my hiking shoes. I have yet to try them while backpacking but i hear they do great.

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