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Chaco Sandals
Z/2 Pro Sandal (Women's)

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Get the best fit and grip possible with Chaco's LUVSEAT platform and sticky rubber outsole with the women's Z/2 Pro. Designed with a special 2012 webbing, this inspired design holds your foot into place, as you paddle, swim, or climb.

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Features


Gender: Women's
Weight: 11.15 oz/316g
Fit: Medium widths, Custom Adjust’em fit
Shoe Upper: Polyester jacquard webbing upper
Shoe Sole: Marking & Resolable, Vibram rubber
Season: S14
Vendor ProductId: WZ2PRO
Review ProductId: 23681

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