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When it comes to comfortable and cozy boots, there is nothing compared to slipping your tired, cold feet into a pair of UGG boots. While UGG boots may.. Read more
About UGG Boots
UGG boots were unexpectedly launched into the spotlight as fashion favorites despite being clunky. One fact is undeniable: Even if you don't like the way they look, UGGs dominate the superior comfort and warmth shoe categories. The real sheepskin fur keeps your feet toasty in even the coldest conditions. Authentic sheepskin is always white or off-white in color; synthetics look pearly or gray. While it's true UGGs don't come cheap, knock-offs are made from inferior materials, making an authentic pair well worth the investment. If sellers are advertising real UGGs at a discounted rate, chances are, they are fake. Once you've decided between quality and value, the next considerations are aesthetics. UGGs come in several natural and fun colors. Browns, blacks, and grays as shades that can match an entire wardrobe. If you want your UGGs to be the focal point of your outfit, then opt for something bright. While the first generations of UGGs were only offered in two lengths, calf and knee high, their contemporary line includes a size shorter to above the knee. There are plenty of accents to choose from. You can find women's UGG boots with fur trim, buttons, buckles, ties, laces, and glitz. That's right, if you want your UGGs to shine, check out the "Sparkles" boot. The final factor to consider before purchasing your very own set of UGGs is the size. Find out if the models you want run true to size, and then buy accordingly. Also, UGGs fit differently with socks, so if you plan on wearing them together, bump it up to the next size. Skiers, snowboards, and other mountain enthusiasts wearing even thicker socks might need to go up a full size. Whether they're for fashion or function, UGG boots have you covered.