This entry was posted on June 10, 2014 by coolshoesAdmin.
If you’ve just purchased your first pair of Chaco sandals (or maybe your third!), you may be wondering how to adjust the straps to fit your feet “just right.”
Correctly adjusted straps are actually just as important as finding the correct size. If you already own a pair of Chaco and don’t find them as comfortable as you had hoped, the problem may just be in the strap adjustment rather than the shoe itself.
Good news! Here’s our handy-dandy guide on how to adjust the straps on the most popular Chaco styles. The steps vary slightly depending if your style has a toe-loop or not. We’ve listed the steps in bullet points, but if you’re more of a “visual learner” check out the videos from Brandon with Chaco at the end of the end of each step-by-step.
For styles WITHOUT the toe loop
You first want to open the straps up as wide as possible so you can get your foot into the shoe. To do so:
For styles WITH the toe loop
For the most part the instructions are the same; you just have one extra strap to adjust on these styles.
Again, you’ll want to open the straps up as wide as possible so you can get your foot into the shoe. To do so:
Remember, if you take your Chaco sandals on and off by undoing the buckle instead of yanking them off, you are more likely to keep the straps adjusted the right way. This means you only have to go through this process once. Whew!
This entry was posted in Chaco on June 10, 2014 by coolshoesAdmin.
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