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Whether you're hiking through water-logged slot canyons in Southern Utah, tubing through caves in Belize, or simply enjoying your own backyard on a sunny day, take your adventures to the next level with the Chaco Men's Mega Z Classic Sandals. A new twist on a classic design, these sandals feature wider webbing to enhance comfort, performance, and style. The textured footbed prevents your feet from sliding around when you're in and out of the water, while the contoured design offers support and comfort no matter what the day brings. A lugged rubber sole ensures traction over rugged trails and slippery surfaces for sturdy, dependable performance wherever the journey takes you.
- Explore the four corners of the world with these technical sandals
- Wide pull-through adjustable webbing for a custom fit
- Metal ladder lock buckle offers easy and secure on and off
- Luvseat midsole offers cushioning and support
- Lugged ChacoGrip sole ensures traction over variable terrain
- Anti-odor finish helps keep sandals fresh
- Q & A
Same as it ever was, only MEGA!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: 9
Everything that you would expect from the classic Z sandal. Excellent support, good grip, and the wider straps are very comfortable. I didn't feel like there was much, if any, break in period. As always, very happy about my chacos.
The only thing that I would knock about these sandals are the metal buckle; they look good, just feel like the added weight detracts from the sandal a bit.
The Swiss Army Knife of Sandals
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: Runs large
- Size Bought: 10
These were my first pair of Chacos and I am sold! I've worn them for shorter hikes here in the Wasatch, mowing the lawn, and to backyard BBQs and they have been great for all of them. I will definitely be taking them on river floating trips and anytime I'm on the water this Summer as well. They do not come in half sizes but I am usually a 10.5 shoe so the 10s were perfect for me. Not small enough to scrape my toes on the rocks but not too roomy either. Officially a Chaco convert!