|Add 10 minutes to your departure time to figure out which ones are yours|
I resisted buying them at first since they are so ugly (they look like muck boots) and expensive (upwards of $100). I thought I could get by with my waterproof hiking boots. We tried to hike up to a sledding spot one weekend but had to turn around because our feet were soaked through and freezing. Notice Kevin's the only one in the group not wearing them. We bought xtratuffs that night.
|Having XtraTufs means you can go sledding in October. Not having them means you go home cold and sad :(|
Juneau "fashion" was to pair xtratufs to fancier outfits. Skirts particularly. The best one I ever saw was an Indian woman in a really intricate sari and... xtratufs. See example of this on a fashion blog - a woman from Juneau submitted it:
Found on Chictopia:
I would often rock the skirt & xtratuff combination. Sometimes I still do. Although people look at me a bit funny now I think.
|As my sister pointed out, oh so nicely, I have Juneau colored legs too|
Once we bought them, we were all in.
|Roxy misses the off leash days of AK|
|I was totally ahead of the jeans tucked into the boots trend|
|I am sure that Kevin was wearing xtratuffs here even though you can't see them|
We've even brought them on international trips!
|Jack and Jill in Ireland|
|This trip to the Adirondacks would have been much more pleasant with xtratuffs|
|Roxy was totally fine with being carried for part of the hike|
They come in handy when we are hiking the slippery gorges around here:
|I felt like a bad ass going straight through puddles on this hike.|
And they made an appearance at our wedding:
|xtratufs + wedding dress = good photo opp|
We plan to have many more adventures in them.