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Ted E
(Mtn_nut) - MLife

Locale: Morrison, CO
chaco on on 08/06/2010 11:39:25 MDT Print View

for some reason, some of the chaco's on are cheaper than they normally are. im not sure if this is a glitch or something, but im pretty temped to get some unaweep sandals

Noel Tavan
(akatsuki_the_devil) - MLife
just wondering on 08/08/2010 17:30:12 MDT Print View

They are pretty heavy, what are good/ultralight about them?

Ted E
(Mtn_nut) - MLife

Locale: Morrison, CO
Re: just wondering on 08/08/2010 19:27:46 MDT Print View

chaco's are VERY comfortable for sandals and most are American Podiatric Medical Association certified.

I wear my flip sandals on a daily basis and never have foot pains that i use to get with other sandals if i wore them too much...

I also bring my flips when im backpacking. they are much more secure than other sandals when doing creek crossings and are fantastic camp shoes. if i was doing an 4+ day hike, i wouldn't bring them, but for shorter trips, they are a nice luxury.

i will never buy keen or teva sandals after trying chacos.

Edited by Mtn_nut on 08/08/2010 19:36:20 MDT.