A Buyers Guide to Ugg Boots

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Many people think that UGG boots are made buy one compnay and any others sold are FAKE's this is not the case at all.

There are many companies mainly Australian and New Zealand companies that make UGG boots, The reason for this is that the word UGG is a style and not a brand. Below I will list companies that sell the UGG style with pictures of the style of boot with the logo that will be sewn onto the boot. All companies listed make top Quality UGG boots which means you dont always have to pay through the nose for these boots.

Companies that sell UGG boots:

UGG Australia (Owned by USA Company Deckers) these boots are made now made in China but used to be made in New Zealand.


SNUG Australia an Australian Company. All of SNUG's boots are made in Australia.

Ugs and Kisses a UK compnay Im not 100% on where these boots are made.

30-below is an Australian Company and all of their boots are made in Australia. The logo shown is a bit blurred due to resizing but this is what is sewn on the back of the boots.

There are many other sites but these through my own knowledge sell the best UGG boots. All UGG boots cost around the same price no matter which company or brand you go for (Classic short RRP £129.00 & Classic Tall £169.00).

Most people think that UGG Australia (Deckers) are the best boots to go for in my opinion they are all of the same high quality and all made in the very same way.

UGG Facts:

The History of Australian Sheepskin UGG Boots from Australia's Official Dictionary:
The Macquarie Concise Dictionary Ug Boot: Australian 100% Merino Sheepskin lined boot. Also called Ugh Boot, Ugg boot or Ug Boot. Ug (also spelt Ugg and Ugh in Australian dictionaries) is not a brand name but an age old generic term for this style of Australian-made sheepskin boot.

If you have any questions then please contact me but please be sure to include your email address as I will not always be able to reply through ebay.
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