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I was a little skeptical about these but decided to order a pair and give them a shot. So far they are my favorite house shoes and once summer rolls around, I'm sure I'll wear them outside as well. Sizing is a bit tight. I am normally an 8.5, but the size 9 fits me perfectly.

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I use this pack a lot on sidecountry (slackcountry) days when I know that I'm not going to be venturing too far from the comforts of my home resort in Utah. I holds my avy gear (shovel, probe, small 1st aid kit), an extra layer, some snacks and a 100 oz hydration bladder easily. It has decent adjustments and a good waist belt, so it doesn't bounce around on descents. I have only used the diagonal ski carry straps once but they worked great. I've also used it to carry a snowboard when hiking and it does an ok job, but the "strap on" process isn't the best in my opinion. Overall though, I really like its small size and convenience when short touring.

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I bought a pair of these to bring with me on a canyoneering trip in southern utah. I wore them for about an hour before the trip so they didn't have any break in time. The trip consisted of a 15 mile hiking/wading trip through Muddy Creek in the San Rafael Swell. Conditions ranged from rocky and dry trails to chest deep wading through muddy/sandy river bed. I picked these hikers because they are relatively light, have a sturdy tread patten, and they looked like they would do well in submerged conditions. During the wading sections in the canyon narrows, I had to stop every mile or two to empty out the sand and gravel from the insoles... but that was expected. They have good traction and support and I didn't have any blister or comfort problems during the hike. The laces come untied a lot, so you have to double your knots to keep them tied securely. After a rough 15 miles in varied terrain and conditions my ankles were sore from lack of support but otherwise I had no foot or leg problems.

Since that hike, I've used them mostly for walking around town and a few short day hikes. I think that they hold up very well for the price and I plan to wear them until they fall apart some day.

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I usually wear flip flops, but picked up a pair of Chacos for more intensive sandal adventures. These have some super thick and burly soles. I've worn them around lakes and rivers/streams and also on a lot of day hikes in some rougher terrain. The big beefy soles are pretty much indestructable and grip really well to rocks, sand, dust, dirt, slick rock and slimy rocks. The burliness is a bit heavy, but worth it if you need to stomp around some rough terrain.

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