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UGG® Australia Cable Knit Cozy Slippers with Sheepskin Cuffs

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UGG® Australia Cable Knit Cozy Slippers with Sheepskin Cuffs
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* Limited Time Offer: Free Standard Shipping on this UGG® Australia Footwear. Offer valid only on orders shipping within the 48 contiguous states.

These UGG® Australia Cozy Knit Slippers are soft and stylish with a cable knit upper with heat embossed logo patch. Warm and fluffy sheepskin cuff adds flair. EVA footbed for comfort with non-slip rubber soles.

• UGG® Australia Cozy Knit slipper for women
• Easy on/off slip-in scuff design
• Soft cable knit upper has logo patch
• Fluffy sheepskin cuff adds flair and warmth
• Non-slip rubber sole

Available Colors
Cream
Heathered Gray

Size
Whole sizes 5-10

Reviews
3.7
3.7 (based on 3 customer reviews)

By Gammy
Fromirvine, CA
REALLY GREAT SLIPPERS !
Comments about Product:
These UGG slippers were a gift to my daughter. They are her first pair of UGG's and she absolutely LOVES them !

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By GGD
FromAsbury, NJ
Very nice product. My wife loves them!
Comments about Product:
The slippers are nicely made, very warm and my wife tells me very comfortable to wear.

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By Run bunny
FromCameron Park,CA
Sending back
Comments about Product:
I have always wanted some Ugg slippers and now I'm sending them back, although they are cute and soft on the top the part you walk on is so hard and uncomfortable, for the price I expected ultimate comfort!

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