Fantasia Sandal (Women's)
Product Number: 32777
Minimal meets LUVSEAT support in Chaco's lightest weight and most comfortable sandal yet. A revolutionary new strapping system allows custom adjustment to keep your feet secure and personalize your fit. A siped EcoTread outsole keeps you grounded on wet or dry terrain.
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- Polyester jacquard webbing upper with webbing heel risers
- Cement construction
- Custom Adjust’em fit
- ChaPU polyether polyurethane footbed
- LUVSEAT XO2 platform
- NearGround siped outsole with EcoTread rubber
- 2mm lug depth
- All-purpose tread design
- Double sided webbing allows for two patterns of expression to shine through your sandals.
- Intuitive adjustment system helps you achieve a custom fit.
Weight: 7.70 oz/221g
Fit: Custom Adjust’em fit
Shoe Upper: Polyester jacquard webbing upper
Shoe Sole: 25% EcoTread recycled non-marking rubber
Vendor ProductId: W FANTASIA
Review ProductId: 32777
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