Can You Repair Chaco Flip Flops
How long do Chaco sandals last?
See, Chaco sandals have earned a reputation for exceptional durability, and it’s not uncommon that a pair can go 10 years without the footbeds or straps needing to be replaced. But as any Chaco fan can tell you, all that relentless use over a long period of time can leave them with a pretty distinct and funky smell.
What do I do if my Chacos break?
While there is no charge for a warranty repair or replacement, if we determine that your footwear is not covered under warranty, we will repair them for a fee. For questions about our product warranty or to speak with a specialist, contact us at (888) 211–9211 or [email protected]
How much does it cost to resole a Chaco?
Repairs cost $40 for resoling and $36 for rewebbing if the shoes are not covered by Chaco’s lifetime warranty. Once sandals are received, turn-around time is approximately five business days.
Are Chacos worth it?
Are Chaco Sandals Worth The Money? Chacos are very affordable considering the wear and tear most wearers put them through and the reliable way the sandals respond. Born with a Colorado spirit, these sandals are great for river life, mountain life, beach life, or just the simple life.
How do you unstick Chaco straps?
The straps sit very tightly in the foot bed and for whatever reason, they may snag or catch and get “stuck”. Squirting in the fabric softener will allow them to release.
How do you Rethread Chacos?
Try on your Chaco to determine how long you want your straps. Cut it to the desired length, heat seal the end (burn with a match until it melts to prevent fraying) and sew it back onto the buckle. Now pat yourself on the back. You’re halfway done!
Does REI repair Chacos?
Chaco makes the process easy: You simply send your old sandals to the ReChaco facility in Rockford, Michigan, where restoration specialists can replace the shoe’s webbing, attach a new outsole, replace buckles and make other repairs.
How long do Chaco repairs take?
Average in-house turnaround time for repairs is 10 business days after receiving sandals.
Does Chaco still use Vibram?
Q: Where did the Vibram soles go? A: Standard Chacos are now made with ChacoGrip Rubber, a proprietary outsole introduced in 2016. It features a new tread design that essentially is a combination of the best elements of the old outsole styles.
Where are Chacos manufactured?
The Chacos sandals manufacturing facility is located in Rockford, Michigan, and is also home to our ReChaco repair and warranty department, and where we make the custom designs you can choose here. Our team of specialists handcraft each product with care and precision, keeping true to our roots.