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A tried-and-true multisport sandal, with exclusive styling for all the lady goats out there.

Cradle your tootsies on the trail in the Chaco Women’s Backcountry.com Exclusive Z/2 Unaweep Sandal. Chaco created this sandal in a delectable Heather color just for the lady patrons of backcountry.com who love to hop between river, rock, and trail with billy-goatish agility. The Z/2 Unaweep Sandal’s toe loops hold your feet precisely in place on the sandal’s Biocentric footbeds. The footbeds, in turn, support and align your feet to keep your body’s joints happy when you saunter on redrock plateaus and dense forest trails.

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2 5

Love rubbed the wrong way

My friends love these shoes. I got horrible blisters from them rubbing the inside of my foot raw on both feet. Even after adjusting the hell out of them, the reinforced point right below the ankle bone wreaked havoc on my feet. The support is fantastic, so I kept wearing them until they were lost, but I would hesitate to buy them again. The traction was also not something I'd write home about. I found myself slipping on wet rocks while portaging or scouting on the river.

Are these US prices?

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Are these US prices?

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yes these prices are 100% american pesos.

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have you got a toll free number from...

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have you got a toll free number from Canada?

5 5

sweeeeet

These shoes get better every day. Literally, they feel more comfortable each time I wear them. And I also get compliments like crazy; everyone seems to love the purple. They do get tinged a dusty shade somewhat easily, but the lavender color still shines through in a subtle way. The first few days they weren't super comfortable, but I think I just had to work up some calluses on the bottom of my feet to get used to the texture, and with each hike I go on I get more and more used to them. Another bonus is the sweet tan lines they create.

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I purchased a pair of Chaco sandals last...

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I purchased a pair of Chaco sandals last fall for a trip to Florida and for going out in rain and long walks in NYC. I got a blister on the top of one foot and thought they were broken in. It happened two more times in the same place even adjusting the strap. Now I have a big scar there. Is this just a fluke? Everyone says they are so great. My feet were also worn a bit after a day walking in them. These were a waste of money for me. But I still need a good walking sandal that I can wear with anything even skirts. Any recommendations?

5 5

Gotta love 'em

2nd pair of Chacos-can't wait to break them in!

5 5

die hard fan

This is my second pair of chacos as I lost the first pair (they did not wear out or anything) so I HAD to get another pair. I can't go canoeing without them now! They are also perfect for hiking and if you do not have a pair, you simply must try them! My Boyfriend had refused to wear any pair of sandles his whole life until I got him a pair of Chacos. And of course he loves them! Now my whoel family has a pair. These also shipped verry quicky and came in as promised!

5 5

LOVE these sandals!!!

I bought my first pair of Chacos at a small outfitters on the Arkansas River in Colorado before a raft trip. I LOVE them!! I own two pair of sandals, am ALWAYS looking for more and I don't even live in a warm weather climate--I'm in Alaska!

Last year I found out that my arches are "falling" and the best shoe for me to wear are my Chacos--in fact my podiatrist wears them all summer too. The support that these sandals give is great. I love the fact that I can tighten them down before going on a hike or wading through water and they don't slip.

Now I'm looking for a closed toed Chaco for the winter months up here!

If you are looking for a fantastic sandal and don't mind a funky tan line--give these a try!

LOVE these sandals!!!
5 5

Great for day hikes and casual wear.

I have more pairs of Chaco's than I care to admit, simply because they are the most comfortable shoes I have ever worn. My feet are extremely flat and prone to blisters. The Chaco arch is supportive yet gentle enough to not cause foot pain or arch blisters. The straps are also very gentle on the feet. These particular Chacos make for an excellent dry-weather day-hiking shoe. The traction is very good and the straps hold your feet securely. Extra bonus: the non-marking soles are safe on boat decks.

4 5

Maybe more for looks...

Sunday was the first day I wore these hiking. I was really trying not to get them dirty. The color gets me alot of comments. My husband was trying to talk me into getting into the creek with them on but I utilized stepping stones instead. Maybe next time I will have more fun if I don't care about getting them dirty...but they look so good!

5 5

wonderful shoe, but looks dirty easily

I bought these to replace my 6 year old pair of the same that were worn beyond repair. I personally find the toe strap to be comfortable enough and essential for keeping my feet in place in the water and on hikes. I didn't like any of this year's Chaco colors, so I was very excited to find this pair. In person, they are even better looking than in the picture. Still, there is one big problem (and probably the reason why this isn't a standard Chaco color)--the color is too light! These got dirty (and dirty looking) the very first time I wore them, which was in the river. I tried to scrub out the dirt (with minimal success), but the next time I wore them (on a hike) they got even dirtier. I finally decided that I would just need to be okay with that, as I bought them for performance and not so much for fashion, but this is not a problem I ever encountered in my older (darker-colored pair) that always looked good with a spray of the hose. I still love them, but just want others to know what to expect.

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You can toss them in the washing machine. That's what I do when mine get too dingy looking.

5 5

Great straight out of the box

These felt perfectly molded to my feet right out of the box. The day after getting them, I took my dog on a 3 mile hike, uphill, downhill, dirt/rock trails. The grip was great and no blisters. Usually I need to break new shoes in, and after a couple miles the hot spots start to show, but these are so adjustable they feel like they are custom made. Definitely worth the money. Sizing seems normal and the color is a lilac with some light green stripes running through.

5 5

Perfect sandals for vacation/travel

Last year I took a trip to Costa Rica and all I brought were regular flip-flops. This didn't work out so great when i was walking in water to get to a waterfall and i kept slipping. I had noticed a lot of people had been wearing athletic sandals, but they all looked very frumpy.

So this year when i was planning my trip to Jamaica, one of the things we planned to do was a river walk, so I decided to find some sandals that would work. All my friends had bought 'water shoes', but i wanted something that i could wear more often, in and out of the water, and hiking...and i came across the Chaco's. I went to an REI first to try out the different fits and found that I liked the one with the toe loop. The retailer even showed me that you could pull the toe loop through so that it would look like a regular z/1, and i was sold. Since it would be sunny, i didn't want to get all black, so i turned to the internet to find more colors. Luckily, I found this website with this exclusive color and instantly bought it. Even with 2-day shipping, my sandals ended up cheaper than if i had bought it at the store...and i got the color i wanted!

As for the sandals, they are incredible. I didn't slip on the rocks, they dried really fast, and were super comfortable. It is a little hard to swim in them though (as i had to doggie paddle every so often). My friends with the water shoes were having a hard time with the hiking and the rocks, and a couple had to bring back up shoes, but my sandals worked in and out of the water and i didn't take them off all day!

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are there any other colors in this style

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are there any other colors in this style

5 5

Great for feet with problems.

At first I thought they were too tight, and my feet are not wide. However when I got to know them I found that they are totally adjustable to your feet. Also the toe binder is excellent for my feet since big toes tend to want to stray over to the second toe. They are comfortable, classy looking, and both my sons and their wives told me I would really like them. I do.

4 5

Not for wide feet

These are awesome sandals, but they are not meant for wide feet.

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You can buy them for wide feet cause I did.

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I was just wondering if these were wide...

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I was just wondering if these were wide or not?

Thank you!

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I am a pretty...

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I am a pretty solid "half" size. Bummer that Chaco doesn't go there. I've tried these before to not find a great fit. But I really want a pairt...I might try try again. Should I go up or down for best fit?

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I'm totally a 6 1/2 in all my shoes...but when i went to try the sandals on at the store, the 6 fit me perfectly

5 5

I WISH I COULD

I wish I could have worn these Chaco Z/2 Unaweep Sandals. They are the most beautiful sandals ever; however, I have had two foot surgeries with steel rods inserted in my toes, so the toe wrap aggravated my big toe. That's okay though because I ordered the Wrapsody and I can't wait until they get here.

Thanks to Alec for the online chat help. You guys are GREAT.

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What's the difference between the Chaco...

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What's the difference between the Chaco z/2 unaweep sandal exclusive and the chaco z/2 unaweep pro?

looks like one has the hiking tread and the other does not? anything else?