after much angst about the price, i bit the bullet and bought a pair today. but they're not your typical UGGS--they're more structured, with a short, stacked wooden heel, and lug sole. they look more like riding boots and are very, very comfortable. they give a lot of support to my high arches.Oh I'm sorry...i didn't even see this. My inserts are prescription/special order ones....so I just put them in the bottom of the uggs. I don't feel the sheepskin on the bottom, but I wear thick boot socks and I feel it all around the top and sides though. I'm also going to walmart and getting those gel packs that hunters put in thier boots that heat up....I'll wait until I get out there to decide if I need to add those...but I'm also tossing a few hand warmers in my jacket pockets.I'm sorry, I'm no help there, I don't have Uggs. If Nappycurly doesn't reply, you may want to PM her, or I can call my friend and ask.poodlehead and nappycurly, inserts are a good idea... but dumb question: where do you insert them in the uggs (if i get them)? would you still feel the sheepskin on your feet?
nappycurly, that wasn't my thread. freecurls was looking for longjohns. but i need some too! i am in the city, so i will hit up target or REI. (but tarjay will be cheaper).
i am with you on needing to layer up. i get cold easily, especially my toes. that is misery to me. which is why i don't want to wear sneakers or regular boots.
i keep trying to find a bargain, but i had no luck. i lost track of the stores i stalked.
thanks for the help!
3B corkscrews with scatterings of 3A & 3C.