Chaco Lowdown Sandal Review
I would liken the Chaco Lowdown Sandal to being as barefoot as possible while still protecting the bottom of your foot. I have tried on many a Chaco in my day and always find them a bit on the heavy side. These are definitely a departure and offer a very light weight walkable design. With that lightweight, I think you lose a little off-road/adventure performance. But you know what? I’m ok with that. I have some heavy duty sandals for lugging a SUP board down a coast. The Lowdown is one of those sandals that just looks good and you can wear anywhere as a statement piece for an almost barefoot feel.
Like I have written many a time, I got as my wife would call “fish feet”. For the record, it is not because of the smell. They are very narrow and long… like a fish… a SWORDFISH! Yea, like a powerful, amazing swordfish.
So when I first tried these on I thought I would get a bit of sloppiness from side to side. After I figured out the delicate adjustment system, they fit firm and snug. The only issue I ran into was being as my feet are narrow, I had a bit of extra webbing hanging off the side that was hitting the ground. I ended up just tucking it through the heel strap which worked great.
- Relaxed Color Palette
- Extra Strap Material
- Runs Slightly Large
- Adjustable polyester jacquard webbing with injection molded ladder lock buckle and synthetic trims
- LUVSEAT™ Care+ EVA midsole
- Vegan-friendly construction
- Non-marking ChacoGrip™ rubber compound
- 3.0mm lug depth