Sonja Draven wrote:I'm reporting back!
These boots don't have a wide toe box. Sadly, my feet are too big to order anything bigger to get that toe space and after trying to wear them snug, my feet hurt. So they won't work for me.
I don't think someone with wide calves could get them on. And they have a strong rubber smell. But they seem fairly well made and I think they'd hold up pretty well. I wish I could test that myself...
Susan Boyce wrote:Thank you for the reply rice and tapioca raise my blood sugar so can't use them either.
Nicole Alderman wrote:I haven't shipped mine out yet--I just went online and put my information into USPS's shipping calculator. I read through the shipping prices at least twice, but it looks like I'm blind, because I did not see the First Class shipping info. It still shows $4.45 and not $3.40, though. Thank you so much, because you've given me hope--$4.45 is still a lot better than $9.65! I don't understand why they bury the First Class prices online. Thank you for pointing them out!
Nicole Alderman wrote:I was extremely disappointed when I checked the shipping costs recently. For a 3 ounce tiny package (super light!), it costs $9.65 to ship WITHIN the US. Just three years ago, that would have cost only $3.50. I have to go and update all of my listings here on permies to reflect the raised price. It's so sad, because I try really hard to make my creations reasonably priced so people can buy natural toys and sculptures, and the shipping increases have made that impossible.