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Welcome to the NEW Chaco-sphere

The Chaco-sphere is a place for Chaconians to come together and share their adventures, and it just got a whole lot better! No matter your Chaco adventure of choice, be it hiking, paddling, camping, climbing or kicking back with a cold brew, we invite you to be a part of our party and join the fun.


Ambassador Chris Baer's Big Adventure

Chaco Ambassador Chris Baer and company set out to tackle the daunting task of paddling from the Third Gorge of Lime Creek(aka Cascade creek), down to the Animas, hiking up and paddling Canyon Creek aka Crazy Women, and then paddling down the Animas through the Rockwood Gorge. Check out the adventure and experience it with them first hand in this video.


From the Mouth of Babes-A Kid’s Take On Chacos, reported by Lindsey Wilson

The folks at Chaco were nice enough to hook up a few of my favorite outdoor kids with a pair of Chacos last spring. After putting their shoes to work all summer these kids are ready to talk about how THEY view their new footwear.


Adventure Close to Home: Mixing it Up with Eileen Ringwald in Southern California

My life as a Chaco Ambassador isn't always about just one sport. Sometimes it isn't even about a sport at all, it's about adventure and just plain fun. This past weekend was a great mix of all of the above for me.


Life Lessons from a Volcano- Chaco Ambassador Lindsey Wilson

My 5-year-old (Ari) was born with a very "I can’t do it” attitude. This concerns me. Life is full of hard things. Making decisions, learning a new skill, standing up for what you believe, etc. Life requires a certain amount of perseverance to survive, and an even bigger amount if you want to actually succeed. I want Ari to know he has it in him.


I Love the Wicked Tan Lines- Team Priority Health Athlete Chelsea Clark

As an athlete, I spend a lot of time moving. Whether it’s in the car on the way to a race or the hours upon hours of training…I am constantly on the go.  The best part is having a pair of shoes that allow me to continue to be active without aching feet at the end of the day. Dressed up, or dressed to race (minus the cycling shoes) I rely on my Chaco sandals to keep me moving.


What's a Chaconian?

You are Chaco!

Chaconians are our pride and joy! They pound pavement, trails, and waves. They teach, reach, and perform. They're people who trust their Chacos, and we're honored to support them.