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Women's Harper Lace

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The comfort is all in the details: soft Nubuck and full grain leather, a blown rubber outsole, and our Cloud Comfort PU insole make the Harper Lace an easy shoe to get into, but you won't want to take it off.
UPPER:
  • Soft Nubuck and full grain leather upper
  • Polyester lining
  • Rounded cotton lace

MIDSOLE:
  • Women's specific, removable LUVSEATā„¢ Cloud PU footbed

OUTSOLE:
  • Non-marking blown-rubber outsole
  • Skid-resistant tread design
Technology

Luvseat Footbed

Durable and long lasting all-day comfort and
support certified by podiatrists

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Cute Shoes, Quality Material, Weird Insoles... Hello, fellow Chaco lovers! I ordered these, my fifth pair of Chaco footwear, in hopes of finding a nice, semi-casual everyday shoe I can also wear to church and nicer occasions. The Harper Lace appearance and style is spot on, and I couldn't be happier with the colors (I ordered the "Caribou" color: light brown with a coral/pinkish accent). However, I have a few minor issues that resolved themselves, and one big negative that I had to figure out myself. First, I was afraid that the shoes were too small. They seemed to have a smaller toe box, which is not a good thing if you have bunions like I do. Conversely, they also slipped really badly every step I took. These issues resolved themselves as I broke in the shoes over the first week or two. The leather softened and no longer felt tight and restraining against my bunions, and the soles relaxed and made most of the slipping go away. The biggest problem, though, was something I had to fix on my own. The first thing I noticed upon putting the shoes on when I took them out of the box was that the "luvseat" insoles (the same insoles of my other four pairs of Chaco shoes) were the wrong shape! What I mean is that the arch support not only felt less supportive, as the previous reviewer pointed out, but the support was also in the wrong place on my feet. The "hill" of the support, which is supposed to fit comfortably against the natural curve of one's foot, was too far forward, more under the ball of my foot than my arches. (This explains part of why the shoes initially felt too small--the misplaced arch cramped my toes, leaving too much space under my arch and heel, which also probably accounts for much of the heel slipping issue). My solution? I stole the insoles out of my Chaco Kanarra tennis shoes, also size 7, and put the insoles into my Harper Laces. This simple swap made all the difference. The insoles were obviously a different shape, and with the Kanarra insoles in my Harpers, I am able to comfortably wear my new shoes across campus all day. Chaco, thank you for another cute pair of shoes, but please fix this strange insole issue so that future purchasers do not have the same experience I had! (And, if you end up making better insoles for the Harpers, please let me know--I would be interested in purchasing a pair of insoles by themselves to put into my Harpers so I do not have to repeatedly swap them between two pairs of shoes. Thanks!)

Cute Shoes, Quality Material, Weird Insoles...

Nov 05, 2017
Hello, fellow Chaco lovers! I ordered these, my fifth pair of Chaco footwear, in hopes of finding a nice, semi-casual everyday shoe I can also wear to church and nicer occasions. The Harper Lace appearance and style is spot on, and I couldn't be happier with the colors (I ordered the "Caribou" color: light brown with a coral/pinkish accent). However, I have a few minor issues that resolved themselves, and one big negative that I had to figure out myself. First, I was afraid that the shoes were too small. They seemed to have a smaller toe box, which is not a good thing if you have bunions like I do. Conversely, they also slipped really badly every step I took. These issues resolved themselves as I broke in the shoes over the first week or two. The leather softened and no longer felt tight and restraining against my bunions, and the soles relaxed and made most of the slipping go away. The biggest problem, though, was something I had to fix on my own. The first thing I noticed upon putting the shoes on when I took them out of the box was that the "luvseat" insoles (the same insoles of my other four pairs of Chaco shoes) were the wrong shape! What I mean is that the arch support not only felt less supportive, as the previous reviewer pointed out, but the support was also in the wrong place on my feet. The "hill" of the support, which is supposed to fit comfortably against the natural curve of one's foot, was too far forward, more under the ball of my foot than my arches. (This explains part of why the shoes initially felt too small--the misplaced arch cramped my toes, leaving too much space under my arch and heel, which also probably accounts for much of the heel slipping issue). My solution? I stole the insoles out of my Chaco Kanarra tennis shoes, also size 7, and put the insoles into my Harper Laces. This simple swap made all the difference. The insoles were obviously a different shape, and with the Kanarra insoles in my Harpers, I am able to comfortably wear my new shoes across campus all day. Chaco, thank you for another cute pair of shoes, but please fix this strange insole issue so that future purchasers do not have the same experience I had! (And, if you end up making better insoles for the Harpers, please let me know--I would be interested in purchasing a pair of insoles by themselves to put into my Harpers so I do not have to repeatedly swap them between two pairs of shoes. Thanks!)
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3 5
Great style, feel less supportive Love, love the style of these new Harper Lace shoes. I bought the Harper to replace some worn out Pineland Mocs (and really appreciate the sleeker silhouette). That said, the Harper feels far less supportive than the Pineland Mocs -- perhaps because they're built on a narrower platform (?) -- allowing for mild pronation that I haven't experienced in other Chaco footwear.

Great style, feel less supportive

Sep 26, 2017
Love, love the style of these new Harper Lace shoes. I bought the Harper to replace some worn out Pineland Mocs (and really appreciate the sleeker silhouette). That said, the Harper feels far less supportive than the Pineland Mocs -- perhaps because they're built on a narrower platform (?) -- allowing for mild pronation that I haven't experienced in other Chaco footwear.
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