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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. Imported.
Protect your precious UGG® Australia boots and keep them looking like new for years with UGG® Australia Stain & Water Repellent and Cleaner & Conditioner. 6 oz. each.
• UGG® Australia women's classic tall boots • Genuine twin-face sheepskin with shearling lining • Boot cuff can be worn up or down • Flexible, lightweight EVA outsoles • Versatile, functional, fun and fashionable UGGs
Sizes Women's Whole Sizes 5-10; half sizes order down
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Comments about Product: The tops are a little tight right now, but I am on the large side anyway, but I was told by my daughter that they will stretch a little, so they should be fine. Right now I fold down giving me more room for my calves. My home is drafty and my feet and ankles get soooo cold in winter, this is my main reason for buying these wonderful boots! LOVE them!
Comments about Product: I started wearing UGG sheepskin boots over 20 years ago when they were harder to find. Everyone made fun of my "UGGly" boots. Well I had the last laugh!
Copy boots are no where near the quality. These were created for surfers to wear right after getting out of the ocean, when it is "winter" in Australia.
The boots are meant to be worn barefoot, but I will wear socks when it's really winter here in the northern U.S.A.. But I can throw them on to run outside under a pair of jeans or my pajamas.
I even wore UGGs to work (worked outside) when it was snowy, so I could get around easily and not get a foot full of snow or fall down. They have different kinds of soles but all work well in cold weather.
The only problem I have ever found is the lighter tan color, that I love so much, is the first to show dirt. And once that happens it's almost impossible together the way they were. I have tried applying a water repellant to protect them but found a brush is best to get dirt off and do it as soon as possible.
The darker colors hide dirt much better. These tend to form to the shape of your foot with wearing, so if they seem a little bit small don't despair (unless they hurt, then they are too small.) I size mine a half size up to wear thick socks. I also replace the insoles when they start to compress, but even they can be hand washed. I will be buying these as long as they make them and they are worth every penny.
Comments about Product: Best price I found online since Plow & Hearth offered a percentage off total order if spending over $300 near Christmas. It is hard to get authentic Ugg products online at any kind of discount.
Also, wore boots brand new for two full days of walking in D.C. Super comfortable and warm.
Comments about Product: I have these boots in gray and really wanted the chestnut. Plow and Hearth has amazing prices. The boots were delivered as expected and are wonderful. The chestnut is a warm color and the "fluff" is very warm and comfortable. I can't imagine a winter without my Uggs. These look amazing with skinny jeans and leggings. I love them.
Comments about Product: My grandaughter just loves these boots. She wears them everywhere. She is one who feet are always cold but with UGGS her feet have been kept warm all winter long and she does wear them with no socks. She loves the fel of the lining. They brush up beautifully and look as good as the day I bought them. Very, very satisfied with the boots. I believe I will get a pair for myself for next winter.
By Beverly the Fairy God Mother!! FromNorthwester Wisconsin
Comments about Product: My 17 yr. old Goddaughter has several of these boots already, but a girl can never have too much of a "good thing". The other pairs have worn well and
have been redone at the cobbler and go on. These boots are will worth the
Comments about Product: I am a Middle School teacher with outdoor duty during the winter. My daughter suggested Uggs to keep my feet warm, even without socks inside the boots. To my surprise, all I have to do is slip my feet in the boots and I'm ready to go...warmth, style that the kids notice, and softness that helps relieve being on my feet.
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