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Splash about freely in the Chaco Z/2 Yampa women's water sandals, which bring back the classic Colorado sole design for sure, lightweight and supportive performance in wet environs.
Free Shipping. Chaco Women's Z/2 Yampa Sandal FEATURES of the Chaco Women's Z/2 Yampa Sandal Upper: Polyester jacquard webbing Upper, with toe loop, wraps around the foot and through the midsole for the ultimate customized fit Adjustable and durable high tensile webbing heel risers Custom injection molded ladder lock for a secure hold Midsole: Durable, women's specific LUVSEAT polyurethane footbed with slip resistant classic diamond pattern design Outsole: Non-marking Yampa Outsole with Vibram TC-1 rubber and 3mm lugs Light weight Outsole for versatility
CLOSEOUTS . Chacoand#39;s ZX/2and#174; Yampa Spirit sport sandals embody the classic, anatomic design Chaco is known for, but amp up the comfort with a lighter, slimmer design. The oh-so-comfy LUVSEATand#174; footbed cradles the foot, provides ample arch support and sports a built-in nylon shank for serious performance when coupled with the genuine Vibram(R) rubber outsole. Available Colors: ORANGE/WHITE, RED/BLACK, RED/WHITE. Sizes: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12.
- Sierra Trading Post
Few sandals could boast go-anywhere-and-do-anything versatility ... that is, until the Women's Z/2 Yampa came along. Chaco further outfitted these beauties with the classic Yampa Colorado outsoles for supreme traction in the water. Wildly popular among guides, professional outdoorsmen (and women!), and die-hard river rats, Chaco sandals are built with simplicity and rugged durability in mind. After feeling the assertively supportive footbeds cradle your foot and experiencing the sandals' steadfast traction in wet conditions, you may live in them from June to September.