Supporting running in the metro Richmond area
The company we used for the Carytown shirts this year did not tell me that the shirts were "fitted". I was extremely upset by this and will not use this company again. I apologize for your shirts and it will not happen again.
Anne Z. Brown
Never had a cul de sac shirt?
Prefer the beer glasses, myself, although have nice set now with the Grand Prix glasses.
Also the watermelon, cookies and pizza.
My Carytown shirt happened to fit great. BUT...when it comes to races, I always just order the same size shirt...the size that "should be" right for me. Nicole is right; the sizing is all over the map. I've had a few be too small, a few just right and many that are too large. If it doesn't fit, I just move on and hope for better luck next time because it isn't fair to others to try and switch your size at packet pickup. I was at the Boston Marathon in 2008 where they let people trade shirt sizes if they didn't like the fit. By the time I made it to the expo to pick up my race packet, they were out of the size that I pre-ordered. I was forced to move up a size for a shirt way-too-large. Only after 3 years of washing/drying is it even close to fitting.