Toecoop Gunnison (Men's)
Out of Stock Product Number: 22928
This slip-on is an extension from your sandal with a covering for your toes to keep the year 'round sustainable support and comfort.
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Weight: 15.1 oz
Shoe Upper: Vibram Gunnison
Shoe Sole: Vibram Gunnison outsole
Vendor ProductId: MTOEC
Review ProductId: 22928
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- Cushions Impact
- Good Arch Support
- Casual Wear
Comments about Chaco Sandals Toecoop Gunnison (Men's):
These shoes require a week or two to break in - they were pinching my feet for the first week - but once they're broken in they feel perfect. They are very stylish, comfortable, and easy to slip on and off. The leather is not very breathable, so my feet start sweating in the heat, but it's not a huge problem. Overall I love these shoes (they're more like shoes than sandals) and I can't wait to take them out hiking. They feel really durable too, although I've only had them for a month or so. If you've never had a pair of Chacos before, believe the hype. I certainly do now.
- Feels half size too big
- Feels true to width