^ i wonder how trooo to size they are. maybe i should hit up target - the store. i guess this belongs in the shopping thread! LOL.
the actual target store doesnt have all the cute options target.com has. they run true to size, i have a pair!
My target didn't have any - even non-cute ones. I ordered two different styles, both in 8 when I wear an 8 1/2 or 9 (they don't have 1/2 sizes). One was WAY too big and one JUST fit but there wasn't enough support on the bottom and had no room for proper inserts. So I gave up and am just going to tough it out in my crocs.
I think I'm the Goldilocks of rainboots. ;D
But really - if you're ordering them online and we're so close to leaving, you may want to order in your size and in a size down, just in case. You can return at the store so you don't have to pay return shipping costs.
Post by herecomesthesun on Jun 3, 2008 18:42:03 GMT -5
PS: I'm kinda concerned about rain proofing our campsite. We're planning on having our tent (with rain fly) under an EZ Up, and then another shade tent for hanging out under with sheets attached for shade. We also bought reflective tarps- shade was our biggest concern but if its gonna be overcast, looks like we might need to focus our attention on not getting everything we bring soaked. Tips?
Post by msfelithatsme on Jun 3, 2008 19:35:07 GMT -5
FYI .. i was just at target.. they had a limited selectiion of adult womens.. as in 4 pairs only. all polka dot black. i contemplated buying.. and using my sharpie.. cause im just not a polka dot chic. anyways... i woulda bought em one size smaller. im going to wait.. the forecast could easily change.
I think from what we've seen we should have pretty decent weather this year. Basically, typical southern summer weather. Not extremely hot but warm. Not a lot of rain but the typical afternoon summer shower. And nice cool evenings. I for one am stoked!
If we get Bonsoons and there is constant rain and mud I will be wearing the top from the suit and breathable canvas waders with jungle boots. I'll basically look like this minus the scarf, wool hat and fishing rod.
Man, the weather is HOT right now. at 11am it was 88 and feels like 92) Yesterday the conditions at the local airport were Hi 92 RH 55%(at max Temp) Heat Index : 102 and it was still 80 and muggy at midnight last night
This of course means pop-up T-storms. this would be worst case for Roo. These conditions are what led to the '04 monsoon.
Thank God they're calling for a front to come through bringing rain on Wed, dropping the humidity and cooling things off. The forecast looks lot like last year. Let's hope the forecast holds.