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Chaco Z/Volv X Sandal - Women's

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    Z/Volv X Sandal

    Let your feet achieve higher freedom and comfort while you walk through the woods in the Chaco Women's Z/Volv X Sandal. The double-strapped polyester jacquard webbing lets your feet reconnect with the environment, while the lightweight Luvseat PU midsole gives them a transcendent level of cushion and comfort. All the while, the topographic-inspired textured footbed provides extra traction and reminds you of yet-to-be-explored landscapes.  

    • Polyester jacquard webbing
    • Buckle closure
    • Lightweight Luvseat midsole
    • Topographic texture on footbed
    • Z/Volv Ecotread (25% recycled rubber)
    • Item #CHA001Q

    Tech Specs

    Responsible Collection
    Recycled/Repurposed
    Upper Material
    polyester jacquard webbing
    Midsole
    Luvseat polyurethane
    Sole
    EcoTread (25% recycled rubber)
    Closure
    buckle
    Claimed Weight
    (single) 8.7 oz
    Recommended Use
    hiking, paddling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    >Rating: 5

    No toe strap=absolute freedom

    Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I have been wearing chacos for 5+ years now. Switching from velcro sandals was the best choice I ever made! I have two pairs of chacos that have lasted all my adventures and lazy days, too. I bought a pair without the toe strap to prevent sand blisters (they’re the worst) and I freaking love them. They are so comfortable and supportive.

    >Rating: 3

    weirdly short straps (size 6)

    Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I have a collection of Chacos that I love but this style has very short (basically non adjustable) straps. This is probably a size specific problem but if you make shoes for small feet they should have functional straps

    Thanks again for this review Rachel! I found a very useful site Chaco created that describes the best sequence to tighten or loosen the fit of your sandals: https://www.chacos.com/US/en/strap-adjuster/#/adjuster/no-toe-loop/introduction/ Let me know if you have any questions at all Backcountry Shoppers : )

    >Rating: 5

    Not expecting this much comfort

    Familiarity:I've used it several times

    I'm usually a Teva girl, but I decided to try these because in were getting a little tattered, so far so good. Not as heavy or bulktly as the previous chacos I've tried and the strap material is super soft and comfy. I can't wait to take these everywhere!

    >Rating: 5

    super comfy!

    Familiarity:I've used it several times
    Fit:True to size
    Size Bought9
    Height5` 9"
    Weight180 lbs

    Wife loves them. Wears them every where!

    >Rating: 5

    Sooo Comfy

    Height5` 9"
    Weight180 lbs

    My wife said these are the most comfortable sandals she has ever worn. I plan on getting more in the near future!

    >Rating: 5

    Sturdy and Comfy

    Familiarity:I've used it several times
    Height5` 5"
    Weight175 lbs

    For me, almost every pair of sandals require a wear in period where I can be guaranteed blisters (and usually the start of every summer too)....EXCEPT THESE. I've had other Chacos before with a hard side piece near the ankle that would give me problems. These are soft though. I wore them in Europe walking around for 10+ miles daily and had no problems. And they're great for cragging as well. (I like the no toe option too just in case I decide to wear socks with them...yeah, I'm nerdy like that.)

    >Rating: 5

    Perfect

    Perfect goes with everything

    >Rating:

    I'm confused. I understand that the tread is different on the Unaweep and Yampa models. Is that the only difference about this model? Is it lighter? More geared for hiking? What does "Z/Volv" mean?

    Does anyone have an answer for Heidi Jane? I'm curious too.