Chaco Z/2 Unaweep Sandal – Men’s Black

November 18, 2013 - Comment

The slightly young brother of the Z/1, the Chaco Z/2 Unaweep Sandals for Men have a put priority on forefoot control. With a wrap-around toe loop, the Z/2 Sandal is the ideal choice for more demanding adventures; durable, supportive and comfortable. Built with soft polyester webbing, the Z/2 is fully adjustable, ensuring the perfect fit

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The slightly young brother of the Z/1, the Chaco Z/2 Unaweep Sandals for Men have a put priority on forefoot control. With a wrap-around toe loop, the Z/2 Sandal is the ideal choice for more demanding adventures; durable, supportive and comfortable. Built with soft polyester webbing, the Z/2 is fully adjustable, ensuring the perfect fit and the BioCentric footbed supports your arch in and out of the water. The Virbram Unaweep Outsole provides excellent traction, slip- resistance and thanks to angled lugs, is virtually self cleaning. So whether you are a seasoned adventurer or a first time paddler, the Z/2 will meet your needs and outperform your expectations………………..

Product Features

  • Open-toe design
  • Fully adjustable polyester webbing
  • Nylon tension lock buckle
  • Polyurethane BioCentric footbed/midsole
  • Vibram Unaweep outsole

Comments

Joshua G. Feldman "Technophile" says:

Chacos are superb. The Z2 has superior control for hiking. I’m a rave for the Chaco Z1 – the king of comfort. If you’re trying to really get somewhere you’ll appreciate the control the extra toe loop the Z2 gives you. The Z1’s open toe are is lovely and non-restricting for lounging around and casual strolls, but can slip around a bit when climbing or torquing.Either way – Chacos are the best: After years with Tevas I have Chacos a try. I’m a true believer. Chacos rule for 3 reasons:1) Amazing sculpted footbed. Chacos have real arch and heel support – probably the best of any shoe I own.2) Awesome Vibram soles. The soles are tough as nails and truly trail grade – like a pair of top notch hiking boots. There are lots of sole options on Chacos – and all are excellent.3) Superb strap arrangements. The lightweight easy to clean Chaco strap design is quick and easy to fit, superbly comfortable, and is the easiest to get into and out of of any sandal. There’s no hardware (like Teva’s plastic join…

Caleb Steed says:

Chaco’s are the best I have not stopped wearing them. I walk a lot from my university to my house and they have been an excellent buy. I cannot wait to try them on a nice hike!

Jared C. Donaldson says:

First time wearer? If you are in new to Chaco the first thing to do is physically try some on at a local store, although the sizing and webbing are pretty true to size putting a pair on will often solidify the style your foot “prefers.” For some reason people who have never worn wide shoes will sometimes pick up a wide and people who usually like wide will actually like the support from the straps on a regular sandal.Once you get the size and webbing style down it is pretty tough to not become Chaconian.I have put my first pair of Z/2 Chacos through everything, I wore them on a semester abroad in the middle east, hikes through multiple national parks, River guiding for multiple years. The shoes are comfy enough to wear around town and dressy enough to go business casual. I wear these after long distance events when I am going to be doing a lot on my feet; like right after a marathon/ironman if I am going to Outlet Shops, or on a hike.The toe-strap I find very useful…

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