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June 24, 2006 10:28 PM   Subscribe

Help me keep my feet dry!

I don't mind a bit of water, but my fancy business-appropriate pants are getting soaked with disgusting sidewalk runoff... I'm looking for some rainboots that are reasonably priced, comfy, and (here's the kicker) available in a US size 5.

Do such things exist, or should I just resign myself to staying inside until I'm finished with my ark? I don't care how silly-looking they are, as long as they're sufficient to do battle with Boston's giant puddles.
posted by snickerdoodle to Shopping (9 answers total)
 
I'm assuming women's US size 5? I'm the same size and it's so difficult to find proper shoes. I found these at a first glance, but you may want to check the children's section for better prices.

Good luck!
posted by Space Kitty at 3:51 AM on June 25, 2006


These may be too odd looking but you will not get wet feet wearing them.

http://www.muckboots.com/homeandgarden.htm#

If anyone wants to share how to make a link alive,I would be grateful.
posted by plumberonkarst at 4:38 AM on June 25, 2006


http://www.muckboots.com/homeandgarden.htm#


- Type out a label for your link, highlight the label, click on the link button below and then put the link url into the pop-up window.
posted by caddis at 5:47 AM on June 25, 2006


Have you tried zappos.com? You can search by size, style, etc. They ship very quickly, with free return shipping.

For example, I found these in a search for womens, size 5, pull on casual boots. I think they're kind of cute in the aquamarine color!
posted by misskaz at 6:38 AM on June 25, 2006


Neos Overshoes. Available in small.
posted by 517 at 7:58 AM on June 25, 2006


Crocs Georgie boots, in lots of colors and small sizes, cheap, and judging from their clogs and sandals, probably super-lightweight and comfy.

http://shop.crocs.com/pc-17-4-georgie.aspx?reqid=17&reqProdTypeId=41p&subsectionname=footwear&section=products

(What link button? Maybe not in Safari?)
posted by daisyace at 8:28 AM on June 25, 2006


Writing a link:

What you want the link to say

What you want the link to say
posted by 517 at 10:03 AM on June 25, 2006


it worked in preview, never mind.
posted by 517 at 10:04 AM on June 25, 2006


If you lack the button (which should be just below the text entry window on the right) then you can use the href tag in html.

<a href="http://www.testurl.com">Tag Label</a>

should give you:

Tag Label

posted by caddis at 10:37 AM on June 25, 2006


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