Stay dry in style.

Fall brings crisp days and killer foliage, but it also drops the occasional rainstorm on your head, which is why Chaco designed the Lodge Women's Waterproof Boot. Its full-grain leather and suede upper looks great when paired with jeans, leggings, and even dresses, and the waterproof design makes sure your piggies stay dry as you crunch through soggy leaves while you enjoy a post-storm stroll. The Lodge feels as good as it looks, too, with a removable LUVSEAT footbed and plush EVA midsole that provide long-lasting comfort no matter what you're up to.

  • Full-grain leather and suede upper
  • Waterproof construction
  • Lace-up closure and back zipper
  • Removable LUVSEAT PU footbed
  • EVA midsole
  • EcoTread partially recycled rubber sole
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

I really want to like these, but ...

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: 10

I love my Chaco sandals, particularly since they have more arch support than any sandal I've ever owned. I'm an active person and I wear "sensible" shoes—but I also have really high arches and am battling plantar fasciitis in one of my feet. I bought these boots to wear to work (I work on a university campus where comfortable walking attire is a must), thinking that they'd give me style and the great Chaco arch support. Well, they definitely are cute and look great with the athletic-style skirts I wear to work. And they do have some arch support. But mostly, they are painful to wear, because there are some very thick seams throughout these boots that dig really deeply into a few locations on my feet. I've worn them several times, thinking that I just needed to loosen everything up through wear. But that hasn't worked, and the pressure points are still there. So, while they're cute, these boots are not made for walking. I hope Chaco improves future iterations. I had really high hopes, given the quality of my sandals.

Renee, thank you for your review I too have the high arches and plantar fasciitis and am searching for boots! I will keep searching and avoid these, can't stand shoewear that digs in or that you have to break in more than a day's wear or so! I am especially looking for ones with removable footbeds so I can use my own. Doc told me to try Superfeet inserts, they work great for me, if you have not tried them check them out! Got mine at a local shoe store that knew how to fit me for them. Now I just need hard soled supportive boots with lots of toe room that are attractive too, they exist, the must! :)