Inventor of the surfer boot, UGG® Australia is THE name in sheepskin footwear that's comfortable and current.
These boots are designed to be worn barefoot, whether it's 30° below or 90°, with a snug fit to help the thick, soft shearling mold to your feet. The fleece allows air to circulate, so your feet stay dry and comfortable. Flexible, lightweight EVA outsoles.
Bailey Button Boot has all the style and comfort of the originals, plus you choose the look: roll the top over and secure it with the single wood button to reveal the soft sheepskin liner.
Bailey Button Bomber Boots have a distressed brown leather outer and twin-faced sheepskin liner for the look of an authentic bomber jacket. Imported.
This pair of UGG® Australia Bailey Button Boots adds style to jeans or a skirt outfit These Bailey Button Boots offer warmth and comfort to bare feet with their soft shearling liner that molds to the feet and keeps them dry The outer distressed leather can stay up or can be rolled down with the single button to reveal the shearling underneath The flexible, lightweight EVA outsoles on these UGG® Australia Bailey Button Boots make them easy to walk in without being weighed down These cute boots come in a variety of colors to fit many outfits, and in women's sizes 5 to 10; half sizes should order down
Available Colors Bailey Button: Black Blackberry Chestnut Chocolate Gray Navy Royal Blue Sand Sugar Plum
Bailey Button Bomber: Chestnut only
Size Women's Whole Size 5-10; half sizes order down
Protect your precious UGG® Australia footwear Keep your UGG® Australia footwear looking like new for years with UGG® Australia Stain & Water Repellent and Cleaner & Conditioner. 6 oz. each or the complete Accessory Care Kit which contains everything you need: cle
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