Z/1 Pro Sandal (Men's)
Product Number: 25355
Stay grounded like a PRO in Chaco's sticky rubber version of the classic Z/1. Chaco's Pro rubber provides a grip like no other for both, wet and rocky terrain. Add our LUVSEAT™ platform to the combination and you will find both support and performance.
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- Polyester jacquard webbing upper
- Cement construction
- Custom Adjust’em fit
- ChaPU polyether polyurethane midsole
- LUVSEAT XO1 platform
- Vibram Idrogrip rubber
- 2-3mm lugs with water drainage channels
- Marking outsole
- Durable and vibrant polyester webbing keeps you strapped in for adventure.
- Ultimate sticky rubber provides a pro-like grip on wet or dry terrain.
Weight: 15.38 oz/436g
Fit: Custom Adjust’em fit
Shoe Upper: Polyester jacquard webbing upper
Shoe Sole: Marking & Resolable, Vibram rubber
Vendor ProductId: MZ1PRO
Review ProductId: 25355
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e 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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