All the essentials and nothing more, The LOWDOWN SANDAL is built to go where you go, wherever the path may lead. The ladder lock injected buckle allows you to adjust on the fly while our upbound eva midsole employs rebound technology to aid in your escapades. Go ahead, take the long trail.
From the manufacturer
Chaco-Born On the River
In 1989, a Colorado rafting guide had a vision: To create the ultimate footwear for outdoor adventures in and out of water. He gave it a symbol â the gecko â because of their ability to adapt and thrive in nearly any environment. Then he gave it a name, Chaco.
Womenâs Sandals amp; Footwear
Women's Outdoor Sandals and Light Hiking Footwear
No closet or pack is complete without women's outdoor sandals or shoes from Chaco. Our collection of premium women's footwear comes in a variety of materials â like rich leathers and durable PU â to cover everything from adventurous hikes to lunch dates to treks around town. Our womenâs footwear feature the Chaco LUVSEAT footbed for all-day comfort and support, so you can stay strong on your feet, no matter what the day throws at you. For warmer weather, choose Chaco women's sandals to keep you stylish, comfortable, and confident as your trek and travel.
Life Comes From The River
Since our earliest days as the go-to sandal for rafting guides, Chaco has always been a solution to a problem: keeping feet secure and steps confident in moving water, whether rivers, rapids, or waterfalls.
Getting to the beach is our day at the beach
When it comes to coastal life, our sights are set on those isolated stretches of sandy paradise found by taking the road less traveled. Having the place to yourself turns a regular beach day into an unforgettable experience. And getting there is half the fun.
Brews and shoes
Chaco knows mountain town living. From days packed with action to late nights with friends, itâs that intersection of style and performance for the adventurerâs everyday.
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