I had heard alot about Chacos before I bought them.
Price Paid: $89.99
I had heard alot about Chacos before I bought them. I had originally intended to buy these just to be everyday walkers, instead I wore them through two weeks of hiking throughout Nova Scotia. They're light and sturdy and one of the best pair of light hikers I have ever owned.
One word of caution though, they will never lose thier squeek. I have oiled these a couple times and worn them through rain and snow and they still have that leather squeek, it's almost become a trademark of all Chaco footwear. So if you're looking for quiet shoes beware, otherwise these are fantastic shoes. I ended up buying another pair just so I would have one when I finally wear these out.
They're suppose to go for 180 but if you are patient and occasionally check the Sierra Trading Post, they sell them there for 80.
Here's what other sites are saying:
2NDS. Chaco Pitkin hiking shoes reflect the best of Old World craftsmanship, with built-in support, comfort and durability for long days on trails and city streets. Skywalk® outsoles combine a perfect balance of long wear, traction and protection Cushioned, anatomic midsole and insole Padded collar and gusset tongue Ideal for vacation travel 3 lb. 4 oz. Nubuck uppers Medium width 2NDS. Italy
- Sierra Trading Post refers to the men's version
The Pitkin - Chaco's Adventure Travel and Approach Shoe!The Chaco Pitkin is an abbreviated version of the Garvin. Built on the same stable bottom package, Pitkin will take you to Machu Picchu or the Spanish Steps. A refreshing departure from approach shoes based on synthetic materials, Pitkin
- RockCreek refers to the men's version
The great thing about travel is being able to do a light trail hike in the morning and take in a little Verdi at 8 p.m. that evening. The Pitkin hiking boot by Chaco is up to either task, and its looks are more
- Moosejaw refers to the men's version