Tegu, Cubit Grenadine, dynamic
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2020-01-20T17:12:14.621Z 2021-01-19T17:12:14.621Z USD 59.99
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These are perfect for my plantar fasciitis - by , Dec 17, 2019
5/ 5 Stars
This is my second pair. I wore the other ones out over 5 years. I put my feet in them the minute I walk in the door from work to relieve my achy feet.

These are perfect for my plantar fasciitis

Dec 17, 2019
This is my second pair. I wore the other ones out over 5 years. I put my feet in them the minute I walk in the door from work to relieve my achy feet.
OnlineShoes' reply

Glad that you found the perfect style! Thank you.

Tegu - Not for me - by , Dec 14, 2019
2/ 5 Stars
I tried a pair of the Chaco Tegu sandals. I didn't get far. The construction of these were as good as any other pair of Chacos which is very durable. These didn't work for me as they squeezed my feet and felt like they wouldn't stay on. They also squeezed my toes into unnatural positions which would not have worked for me in the long run. So I returned them and found a pair of Z/1s which are working out great for me.

Tegu - Not for me

Dec 14, 2019
I tried a pair of the Chaco Tegu sandals. I didn't get far. The construction of these were as good as any other pair of Chacos which is very durable. These didn't work for me as they squeezed my feet and felt like they wouldn't stay on. They also squeezed my toes into unnatural positions which would not have worked for me in the long run. So I returned them and found a pair of Z/1s which are working out great for me.
OnlineShoes' reply

Sorry to hear that! We're glad that you found a style that works best for you!

I want to like them... make a few tweaks? - by , Nov 13, 2019
2/ 5 Stars
I've been using chacos for years. My absolute favorite shoe they've ever made was the hipthong. It was similar to this but had the flipflop front (non adjustable) and the adjustable X webbing on the middle of the foot. I am much more of a fan of that style for a few reasons. The first is that I can slide in and out of those quickly. I work as a river guide on multiday trips and when loading and unloading boats getting in and out of shoes on sand is essential. I'd attribute that to the fact that the front is not adjustable and holds its shape easier. The second reason I'd prefer the hipthong to the Tegu is that the front webbing on the tegu rubs between my toes. The Hipthong had a flipflop front so the webbing was oriented 90 degrees from where it is on the Tegu. Otherwise I appreciate that these are repairable and I love the thick sole. It makes them useful for hiking on rocky and uneven terrain with my clients. Bring back the Hipthong!!!! But until then, these will due.

I want to like them... make a few tweaks?

Nov 13, 2019
I've been using chacos for years. My absolute favorite shoe they've ever made was the hipthong. It was similar to this but had the flipflop front (non adjustable) and the adjustable X webbing on the middle of the foot. I am much more of a fan of that style for a few reasons. The first is that I can slide in and out of those quickly. I work as a river guide on multiday trips and when loading and unloading boats getting in and out of shoes on sand is essential. I'd attribute that to the fact that the front is not adjustable and holds its shape easier. The second reason I'd prefer the hipthong to the Tegu is that the front webbing on the tegu rubs between my toes. The Hipthong had a flipflop front so the webbing was oriented 90 degrees from where it is on the Tegu. Otherwise I appreciate that these are repairable and I love the thick sole. It makes them useful for hiking on rocky and uneven terrain with my clients. Bring back the Hipthong!!!! But until then, these will due.
OnlineShoes' reply

Thanks very much for your feedback Jeph! We'll totally pass your suggestions along!

excellent - by , Oct 21, 2019
5/ 5 Stars
Had what I remembered we called CHONGS many years ago so when I saw these I jumped at buying them. Absolutely love them. Comfortable and just as good as the pair I still have from at least 15 years ago.

excellent

Oct 21, 2019
Had what I remembered we called CHONGS many years ago so when I saw these I jumped at buying them. Absolutely love them. Comfortable and just as good as the pair I still have from at least 15 years ago.
OnlineShoes' reply

🙌

Gift - by , Oct 20, 2019
5/ 5 Stars
This was a gift but the recipient loves his chaco sandals.

Gift

Oct 20, 2019
This was a gift but the recipient loves his chaco sandals.
Love these chaco's! - by , Oct 12, 2019
5/ 5 Stars
I really like these chaco's! They do loosen a bit with wear but easily tightened. Love the footbed....has the great Chaco arch support that is heavenly! I recommend these back less sandals...much better alternative to loose flip flops!

Love these chaco's!

Oct 12, 2019
I really like these chaco's! They do loosen a bit with wear but easily tightened. Love the footbed....has the great Chaco arch support that is heavenly! I recommend these back less sandals...much better alternative to loose flip flops!
OnlineShoes' reply

Awesome, thank you!!

Unstable slippage - by , Oct 11, 2019
3/ 5 Stars
I've been a long time advocate for Chaco sandals, mostly Z1 and Z2 models- since 2001. I also own a pair of early model hiking boots that I've had resoled once and are still in full working order. I've worn Chacos throughout the Western hemisphere from the Rocky Mountains to Manchu Picchu to the top of Mount Teide in the Canaries and they have performed beyond my expectations! However the Tegu, although possessing the same quality construction and comfortable foot bed with great arch support, have a tendency to slip off my feet while I walk and I find them to awkward to put on even after following the fitting instructions to leave a finger's clearance between the straps and your foot. Considering they're a flip-flop style sandal I expected something I could easily slip my foot into on the way out the door. Instead I find myself fidgeting with the straps, just as I did with the more secure fitting Z1 and Z2. Needless to say I will not be hiking in these.

Unstable slippage

Oct 11, 2019
I've been a long time advocate for Chaco sandals, mostly Z1 and Z2 models- since 2001. I also own a pair of early model hiking boots that I've had resoled once and are still in full working order. I've worn Chacos throughout the Western hemisphere from the Rocky Mountains to Manchu Picchu to the top of Mount Teide in the Canaries and they have performed beyond my expectations! However the Tegu, although possessing the same quality construction and comfortable foot bed with great arch support, have a tendency to slip off my feet while I walk and I find them to awkward to put on even after following the fitting instructions to leave a finger's clearance between the straps and your foot. Considering they're a flip-flop style sandal I expected something I could easily slip my foot into on the way out the door. Instead I find myself fidgeting with the straps, just as I did with the more secure fitting Z1 and Z2. Needless to say I will not be hiking in these.
OnlineShoes' reply

Bummed to hear that. We appreciate your feedback and we'll pass that info along.

Welcome back Tegu - by , Oct 01, 2019
5/ 5 Stars
I have an old pair of the Tegu and they have been amazing troopers. I have had them re-souled, re-strapped and was thinking about how long I could keep them going. Now the style is back with an improved footbed. Once you dial the straps in your set for daily wearing for years. Pumped!

Welcome back Tegu

Oct 01, 2019
I have an old pair of the Tegu and they have been amazing troopers. I have had them re-souled, re-strapped and was thinking about how long I could keep them going. Now the style is back with an improved footbed. Once you dial the straps in your set for daily wearing for years. Pumped!
OnlineShoes' reply

Where function and style meet to make feet happy!

They don’t stay tight enough - by , Sep 30, 2019
1/ 5 Stars
I love the look, because they don’t have an ankle strap. However, that design choice made them difficult to wear. I tried several different things to get them to work, including the instruction card that comes with them. No matter what I tried, the sandals always became loose. Also, the adjustment strap at the instep is so long that it drags on the ground. Summary: I really wanted to like them, but for me, they just didn’t work.

They don’t stay tight enough

Sep 30, 2019
I love the look, because they don’t have an ankle strap. However, that design choice made them difficult to wear. I tried several different things to get them to work, including the instruction card that comes with them. No matter what I tried, the sandals always became loose. Also, the adjustment strap at the instep is so long that it drags on the ground. Summary: I really wanted to like them, but for me, they just didn’t work.
OnlineShoes' reply

Bummed to hear this! There is an easy fix for that! Sometimes putting them in the washing machine to get rid of the extra slickness on the webbing will do the trick. Just be sure to let them air dry. Also, if the straps are too long, you can have them shortened by our ReChaco team. Feel free to give them a call at 888-211-9211 ext 2.

Good but I miss my old slip ons - by , Sep 26, 2019
3/ 5 Stars
These sandals are good. The slide on is great and also hold your foot firmly. But I have to say the older style where the strap held your big toe was far better. This style digs into your second toe where before that strap crossed over your whole foot. You could walk for miles in that style in this one I would not. I went through 3 pairs of those older ones, loved em!

Good but I miss my old slip ons

Sep 26, 2019
These sandals are good. The slide on is great and also hold your foot firmly. But I have to say the older style where the strap held your big toe was far better. This style digs into your second toe where before that strap crossed over your whole foot. You could walk for miles in that style in this one I would not. I went through 3 pairs of those older ones, loved em!
OnlineShoes' reply

So bummed to hear this! We'll make sure to pass along your feedback to our product team!