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Chaco Odyssey Sandal - Women's

$99.95
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Odyssey Sandal

Brand new to Chaco's ever diversifying sandal collection, the Odyssey Sandal is a sporty, amphibious creature that's ready for rocky trails and creek crossings. The semi-open design combines the freedom of sandals with the toe protection of a shoe, featuring hydrophobic mesh uppers for breathable, quick-drying comfort on hot summer hikes. The innovative outsole is designed for traction on slick surfaces, with a lug pattern that handles just as well on rock and gravel. Chaco equipped the Odyssey with a nesting dual-density midsole and lightweight footbed, providing your feet with high rebound and long-lasting comfort, and they inserted a rock plate between the outsole and midsole to deliver added protection on the trail.

  • An amphibious sport sandal for summer hikes in variable terrain
  • Quick-drying mesh uppers are ready to tackle winding rivers
  • Hybrid design built with open back and toe bumper protection
  • Toothy tread provides equal grip on sand, gravel, or slick rock
  • Lightweight footbed contoured for arch support and natural comfort
  • Classic Chaco straps and buckle closure ensure a secure fit
  • Item #CHA008Q

Upper Material
mesh
Footbed
Luvseat EVR
Arch Support
yes
Midsole
dual-density
Sole
ChacoGrip, rubber
Closure
buckle
Style
slingback
Recommended Use
backpacking, hiking
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

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>Rating: 5

Great backpacking camp shoe

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I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I was given this product from Backcountry, but this review is my personal opinion. I am a huge fan of Chaco sandals as camp shoes for backpacking, and the Chaco Odyssey sandal may be my new favorite, especially for trips with hazardous water crossings where more foot protection and grip would be necessary. The sizing of the Chaco Odyssey Sandals was slightly bigger than my standard Chaco sandals, or I just couldn't figure out how to tighten the back strap enough. It wasn't a huge deal as they were easy to slip on and off and my foot never felt unstable or insecure. I packed these for an overnight in Olympic National Forest. They were super comfy to slip into at camp and easier to wear with my thicker backpacking socks. I was able to walk all over camp and even do some minor scrambling with them on without needing to change back into my boots which is a huge plus for me. I am excited to take them on trips where I will need to cross some bigger more powerful streams this summer! Overall the Chaco Odyssey Sandals were a win for me!

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