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About Chaco

Outfit your adventure with Chaco sandals for men, women and kids. From the water to the beach to the trails, Chaco takes you everywhere you want to go.

Latest Chaco customer reviews
Simple Comfort.
Brio Review:
Been looking for a style like this for some time. Tall and firm enough for ankle support, well lined, nice lighter color (but not too light), well made and extremely comfortable. There is plenty of toe room and heel feels well cradled. The sole is a bit different, but works well even on wet surfaces, in fact these shoes perform way better than expected in rain. The smooth leather dosen't spot like I thought it might and seams are water tight. The nice simplicity of the moc-toe and few seam locations are just right, at least for me. This is just a well made desert boot-like shoe that looks great AND is functional. My new go-to shoe.
Best Sandle
Z/2® Unaweep Review:
This is my third pair of Chaco Z/2 in 20ish years. I wear them a lot because of how comfortable they are. In addition, I love the outdoors and wear these on camping, rafting, and climbing trips. I highly recommend these sandals to anyone.
Good shoe
Zealander Review:
Nothing bad, just haven't worn them enough yet. But for now they are very comfortable, true to size, very well made shoe.
Updraft EcoTread™ X Review:
I love these flips!
Flip Ecotread Review:
This is my third pair of these! I wear these all summer. They are great for hiking and everyday!

About Chaco

Chaco was launched in 1989 by Mark Paigen. Paigen, a fly fishing and whitewater rafting guide on the Colorado River, began making sport sandals for his fellow guides. Eventually, he started making the unique sandals for clients, and the demand for Chacos continued to grow. In 2008, Chaco was acquired by Wolverine World Wide, Inc.

Chaco sandals incorporate a pull-through strap system that is micro-adjustable for the perfect fit and designed to help keep the foot in place during wear.

All Chaco sandals have BioCentric™ footbeds, which are approved by the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA). These footbeds control pronation, maximize performance and ensure a comfortable, supported stride in any activity.

Today, Chaco shoes (affectionately called "Chacos" by those who wear and love them) continue to heed the call of river guides, climbers and hikers with Chaco multi-sport shoes, sandals and flips. Explore the complete collection of styles, including women's Chaco and men's Chaco.