Updraft Bulloo Sandal (Women's) (out-of-stock)
Out of Stock Product Number: 29143
Weight: 9.06 oz.
Shoe Upper: 19mm polyester, Jacquard webbing
Shoe Sole: Vibram TC-1, Water Ready, Non-Marking
Vendor ProductId: WUPDRAFT
Review ProductId: 29143
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We are not chemists nor rocket scientists, but we wear our Chacos constantly, and we know what works and what doesn’t. We also believe in helping you maintain your investment to keep your Chacos going for years. Our suggestions are low-impact, safe methods and will not delaminate the rubber, nor cause the webbing to crack or fade.
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Comments about Chaco Sandals Updraft Bulloo Sandal (Women's):
This was my 4th pair of Chacos and I love the design and pattern of the webbing. That being said these are not made right. The back strap [which is not adjustable] is too short. It will not allow my foot to rest as far back on the footbed as it needs to. That in turn pushes my foot too far forward causing my toes to come to the very edge of the footbed [very uncomfortable] and even overhang when walking downhill and I have a good inch of footbed in the rear. Unfortunatally I did not realize what the problem was until I had worn them outside and did not try to return them even though you really wouldn't have noticed they had been worn. I was hoping the webbing would stretch just a little but it did not. Maybe I just got a bad pair and all of them dont't have this same problem. If you put your finger on the back strap and pull back toward the end of the shoes and the strap does not come all the way to the end of the shoe you will have a problem. I can normally wear a 7 or an 8 because I am a 7.5 But these 7's are going to have to be given away and thats sad because it is a beautiful shoe