They run very large, so order one size smaller. I’m usually a size 9 in my other boots, including other uggs.
They seem to fit a little smaller and tighter through the toe than the other ugg boots we have. We had to order a size up for a comfortable fit.
UGG® has no manufacturing facility in Australia and is not Australian owned. We only use Australian and New Zealand sheepskin, with all of our UGG boots being handcrafted using premium Australian or New Zealand sheepskin.
With over 45 years of experience making and selling the finest Australian made UGGs, we advise our customers to “scale down” our slippers.
UGGs generally run true to size. But you want your new UGGs to be snug. Over time, the inside flattens out and conforms to your foot, making them a little roomier. Therefore, your fresh UGGs must fit snugly to the foot to accommodate this. The best way to check your size is to measure it!
“So should I wear socks with my UGG boots?” While this really comes down to personal preference, the answer from those in the know is “no” – UGGs are designed to be worn barefoot , and with good reason.
These versatile styles are ideal for all weathers, from rain to snow, and are crafted from durable, all-weather leather, high-traction soles and iconic UGG sheepskin details. Switch from inner to outerwear with our fashion-inspired waterproof leather boots.
Never let your boots soak in water or stay wet for too long. As a result, adhesives come loose and the outside becomes deformed.
Depending on use and care. If you only wear them indoors, you should get a few years of use. We’ve seen people bring us 10 years in their boots that are still in great condition. There is no need to buy a new pair if your insoles go flat, this is normal as most of the pressure goes to the soles.
When UGGs have gotten too tight, rest assured they will stretch. Oh! And if they’re too big, you can always opt to wear your pair of UGG boots with socks to fill them in & make them a little cozier. Should I wear socks with my UGGs?
All real sheepskins stretch. So if your UGGs are made of sheepskin (which all authentic UGGs should be), you can expect your boots to stretch over time. This is exactly why you should make sure that your UGGs fit snugly when you first try them on, as they will stretch about half a size over time.
Synthetic fur is smooth, silky, and even feels fake. Real UGG boots use fur that is a bit rougher to the touch. The coat should be creamy in color with a thick texture. Fake boots have a gray, thin faux fur lining on the inside that cannot be seen from the top opening.
If there’s one tip we can give you when shopping for Ugg boots, it’s always look for the Made in Australia tag on your Uggs. Only the finest Ugg boots and slippers made from genuine sheepskin of the highest quality are designed and manufactured right here in Australia and they will stand the test of time for years to come.
Well, Deckers owns the company Ugg Australia and claimed to own the trademark “ugg” (which they have registered as a trademark in the US) as well as “ugh” and “ugh boots” as unused trademarks , which the company bought in Australia in the late 1990s.
No, our products are too delicate to be machine washed. – Most of our products are made from sheepskin or leather, which can be damaged by water. – Never machine wash or dry clean sheepskin or leather products.
Original Australian Ugg
Nothing is more Australian than the traditional sheepskin Ugg. Originals Ugg Australia has been a leading manufacturer of the Original Ugg boot since 1985, an iconic brand known both in Australia and around the world for their quality sheepskin shoes.
We took our favorite men’s styles and made them specifically for wider feet up to size 3E. These wide-waist shoes include slippers, boots and sneakers, so no matter what the look, you don’t have to compromise on size.
When the boots arrive they can feel quite tight as the wool still needs to be compressed. To provide support, the heel of ugg boots is made of a harder material compared to the surrounding boot. If the wool is uncompressed, it may take some force to put the boots on for the first few uses.