Chaco Z/1 Unaweep Wide Sandal - Men's

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  • A single buckle and Custom Adjust'em™ fit adjustable straps hold feet securely in every condition
  • Upper: Polyester jacquard webbing upper
  • Midsole: Durable LUVSEAT™ polyurethane footbed
  • Outsole: Non-marking Unaweep outsole with Vibram® TC-1 rubber
  • Weight: 16.7 oz / 474g
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A deep lug grip, contoured LUVSEAT™ footbed and open-toe design provide a level of comfort and performance seldom found in a sport sandal. A single buckle and Custom Adjust'em™ fit adjustable straps hold feet securely in every condition. Polyester jacquard webbing upper wraps around the foot and through the midsole for the ultimate customized fit. Adjustable and durable high tensile webbing heel risers. Custom injection molded ladder lock for a secure hold. Durable LUVSEAT™ polyurethane footbed with slip resistant classic diamond pattern design. Non-marking Unaweep outsole with Vibram® TC-1 rubber and 4.5mm lugs for maximum traction and durability on land and water.


Simply put, LUVSEAT™ is the curvature of a Chaco footbed. Place your feet firmly on the floor. Look at your feet. Are you wearing Chacos? Do they feel great? It's because your feet and body are properly supported and aligned by the LUVSEAT™ footbed. With the assistance of a certified pedorthist, Gerhard Rill, OSM, CPed, Chaco designed the contours of their footbed to control pronation and maximize performance. The LUVSEAT™ footbed ensures a supported, comfortable stride in any activity, and as a result, has been awarded the Seal of Acceptance by the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA). The APMA Seal of acceptance is intended to raise consumer awareness by identifying products of exceptional quality that are manufactured with comfort, health and safety in mind. Chaco shoes do a body good. To absorb shock, the foot naturally pronates (flexes, rolls). Overpronation occurs when the foot rolls too far inward, resulting in stress on the muscles and tendons of the foot.



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