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Womens & Mens Made by Ugg Australia Scuffs - $29.90 Delivered @ Ugg Australia

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Last time we posted a deal like this we sold 6,000 pairs, we are only allowing 500 pairs this time around to speed up delivery.

Our classic ‘Ugg Scuff’ unisex sheepskin slippers are perfect to wear around the home and are super cosy and warm for those wintery evenings.
Link to Mens Made by Ugg Australia Slippers: https://uggaustralia.com.au/collections/weekly-specials/prod...
Ugg Australia® we have been making sheepskin boots for over three decades in our former Brunswick factory. Operating Australia’s last and ONLY sheepskin tannery, "Roman Tannery", for footwear guarantees that we are the only one in the world who has 100% Australian Made Ugg boots.
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    The link for Women only? Any pairs for men?

  • +1 vote

    Link not working for the mens slippers. Says showing items 0 of 0

  • +48 votes

    Do NOT buy these for the elderly (see below). I bought in a recent deal (just checked the URL/invoice as many Uggs around). Despite the fact these are Made in Australia… I have two big issues.

    -The sole is incredibly slippery, it has no grip (my house is just standard tiles, my $3 kmart slippers grip well. I have slid around many times in these and nearly fell over). This poses a serious saftey issue for elderly. Don't buy these for your 80yr old mum for mothers day. Downright dangerous.

    -When they arrived there was all this wool hanging out the sides. The edges are tattered and look cheap. Only one slipper has a brand tag - so theyre asymmetrical it just looks off.

    They are comfy, so if you can live with these issues go for it. I can safely say mine are sitting on a shelf and I feel ripped off at $29.70.

    • +4 votes

      Thanks, I was going to buy a pair for my mum but half our house is tiled so I'll pass! Saved me $30!

    • +5 votes

      Thanks for the warning. Slippery soles on shoes and slippers are my pet peeve and it drives me crazy, ugh.

      • +8 votes

        Thanks for the warning. Slippery soles on shoes and slippers are my pet peeve and it drives me crazy, UGG.

        There I fixed it for you.

    • +7 votes

      I bought one from last sale and have same issue.. very slippery and they will only provide store credit, unfortunately no refund :(

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        Store credit after returning the item?

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          Yes, but I am waiting for restriction to be ease before I return them,don't want to get $1600 fine.

          • +1 vote

            @Hawks33: You may be covered by credit card protection insurance - if they are refusing a refund of a new product

    • +14 votes

      Bought it last time. Quality is alright, not amazing. Not worth the RRP they're asking but under $30 is about right. Wouldn't necessarily call this a bargain.

    • +3 votes

      Thanks for the warning.I was about to buy for my aged parents.

      • +1 vote

        Thanks for reading :) I'm sure we all know relatives who have had falls. They often live alone. I can't imagine how terrible I'd feel if my well-intended gift was a contributing factor.

    • +2 votes

      Was about to buy this for two elderly people in their 80s… thank you for the heads up.

    • +5 votes

      Just for balance of opinion, and not discounting aryan12 at all, I have tiles and polished boards in my house and have not noticed any slipping whatsoever - maybe they did different soles when they manufactured an extra batch for the unexpected order volume???

      Quality seems pretty good, super comfortable and I've worn them pretty much every day working from home. Very happy for the price and considering a back-up pair.

      • -1 vote

        It's quite a dishonest conduct to vary materials used once they had big order volumes.

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        Interesting! I would describe the sole as dense rubber/foam - but the base is super smooth. They have a wide sawtooth pattern meaning not that much of the sole is in contact with the ground (just the tip). Mine are stamped M11-WI-13 (presumable length and width).

        • +1 vote

          Mine pretty much match your description… Maybe I need to vacuum haha

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            @Tafe: Haha. I wouldn't consider my tiles "tacky" nor super glossy… I think they're pretty normal. All of my shoes, thongs and $3 kmart slippers grip well - hence why I found this odd.

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              @Tafe: same same but different?

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              @Tafe: oh! Didn't know that
              Mine is wavy hourglass pattern, not sure it makes any different grip or not

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              @Tafe: Wow they are different! Mine are the same as yours.

          • +2 votes

            @22slurpee: Mine from the last deal are different to these (same as Tafe's). They look quite different to the picture on the website. And I suspect the quality of these soles is not as good as the lighter grey ones.

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            @22slurpee: I received one pair with horrible thick grey and slippery soles. They had pattern all over and no size marked on the bottom. My other pair had a much better black bender sole with sizes marked on bottom.

            Overall would not recommend these. Quality is so so. Wasted $60 last deal.

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            @22slurpee: I got 4 pairs from last offer and the soles are all different. 2 of them have a small heal and 2 are flat. I don’t have a problem with them and my wife and kids haven’t complained about them being slippery.

        • +1 vote

          I thought M11 meant men's 11 and W13 meant women's 13?

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            @bitchla: Correct, M is men’s size and W is women’s size.

      • +1 vote

        Same i have no slipperyness issues. Mine have an hour glass pattern - totally different to the other images posted below. Quite strange

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        No issues here either. Very comfortable and warm 👍 good quality for the price.

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      Odd. Mine was bought from the last deal and I love them. They aren't slippery at all - my only issue is that they are sized big, and I should have gone a size smaller.

      I think mine might be a different type as they do not have that little tag on them.

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      Yep I've had the same problem from this company. Slippery soles. Wouldn't buy from here again.

    • +1 vote

      That's a bit terrifying. Especially since a lot of people are probably buying these for their mums etc.

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      I find the soles a bit funny too - its like a flat rigid platform and the normal motion of walking (placing heel to toe) is a bit of a struggle with these. I am almost stomping when I wear these. This particular model leaves the ankle joint without any insulation. So, you still feel a fair bit cold even though the toes are covered.

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      I had the similar experience, don't like the sole, very slippery and very rigid.

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      Agreed. Mine arent tatty, but I’m elderly and find them far too slippery on my carpet, even. I’ve stopped wearing. I bought two pairs so I guess one, at least, will have to be sold on.

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    OP, what size to offer if I normally wear US10 size men?

    • -1 vote

      Go with the same size

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        so are they US or AU/UK sizes?

        • +1 vote

          click the size chart on the website, it pretty straight forward

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          More US than UK. I’m usually 8.5 in US size. Bought size 8 and they’re a good fit.

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      I ordered same size as I normally do (Womens 37), when you wear it the first few times it will feel a bit snug, but the fluff will flatten after use and fits perfect

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      go with 1 size bigger. lesson learnt from last sale.

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      I buy US11 in shoes but went with 10 and they are right fit.

  • +1 vote

    Coming up as $49.95 for me (after the discount code)

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      Make sure you are in weekly specials and using code OZBONLY

    • +1 vote

      Only put one in at a time.

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        Yip, that worked. Thanks.

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      Same, followed the link

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    Thanks!

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    Very comfy. If you want to wear socks with them, though, get a size up.

  • +5 votes

    If you don't mind waiting 3 weeks just go forward. It's an ok but warm your feet really well Last deal the slippers were gone and their customer service were as sluggish as a snail, lack of comms, etc .

    The slippers are ok and break in quite quickly. The tag is ugly as hell - had to remove. The stitches in the middle are not completely cover on the inside so recommend using socks but maybe it's just a break in from the inside wool to flatten out .

    I also would expect a better sole, but all my UGGs got bad ones. They simple don't last and this one looks no different apart from the extra lack of grip already raised.

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      With you on the tag part, super annoying, cut mine off too heh. Had to give them to dad though cause 11 was a bit big for me.

      Got a 10 for myself this time, decent for the price imo.

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      They did say they sold 6,000 pairs, hence why they're limiting the deal to 500 this time around to keep on top of things.

  • +1 vote

    seems like a lot of bad feedback re: quality and service from this mob. anyone tried original ugg boot company before and can compare?

    • +1 vote

      i found the quality to be awesome.

      i think the complaints were about late delivery (and they are selling fewer pairs this time, so they won't get swamped)

    • +2 votes

      Regarding quality aryan12 said it better than I could, the wool is nice but the sole feels like a board with no grip

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        exactly my experience as well

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    I've never got an ugg before. Does it stink up really quickly? I'd assume even in cold weather your feet are going to sweat in this and stink it up. Is this worth the effort of regular cleaning?

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      Unless you literally shower once a week I don't think that's going to be an issue.

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      Nothing a bit of eucalyptus spray won't fix. Had mine for years, they smell like daisies.

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        I've had my feet for years too!

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    Genuine question - what happened with the ‘Ugg’ trademark war?

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    Mens link showing 1-0 of 0

  • +9 votes

    Not sure what's with all the complaints. I've had mine for like 2 years (got me through Canberra winter!) and haven't slipped over or anything. I've gone outside in them a decent amount too on varying terrain, still not slipped over.

    • +1 vote

      Same here. This might be a revision of the ones we have which is subpar quality as mine have no UGG branding on them.

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        That's fair, mine just have a tag that says "Opal", the current ones could be different.

        I just wanted something warm and made in Australia. Not looking for the "best" or anything. Rather pay $30 to an Aussie company with Aussie working conditions than $15 to a Chinese company with Chinese working conditions.

  • +12 votes

    I bought these in the last deal and personally wouldn't recommend them. They look and feel quite cheap (like you could get them in a random souvenir store). They are warm but can't say much on long term use considering I've only just received them. The treads, as said in above comments, are quite smooth and can be slippery on tiles and to be honest, the packaging didn't help. Multiple pairs came thrown into a postage bag as a jumbled mess with just a tag attached to the pair. I guess you're saving plastic here but it doesn't inspire confidence. They might be a consideration at $29.90 but I wouldn't dream of buying them at full price. Hope this helps someone.

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    I don't know why i can't login via Paypal and pay even on Paypal website, but on app works fine :S

  • +1 vote

    Maybe I need to clean my floors but I have had no grip issues on my floorboards or tiles.

    Bought the last time this deal was on. Quality seems the same as my last pair of Ugg boots that lasted 10+ years, including muddy gardening work.

  • +1 vote

    Wearing these right now from the last deal. I didn't think I would like open backed ones so much!

    • +1 vote

      So much better for hands free entry

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    Yeah why not, keep the toes warm working from home.

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    Thanks OP, ordered for Mum. I already have a pair and also the missus, we LOVE them.
    Great price for genuine, including shipping!

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    Its warm however it give me blister. Maybe I didn't pick the right size.

    • +4 votes

      username checks out

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        @TightTerry are yours also too small?

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    Mine seemed pretty good from the last deal. Just bought another pair for my mother to keep her feet warm in winter.

  • +15 votes

    As others have said, the quality of these not good. $70 RRP is ridiculous, and even $30 is pushing it.

    • They're very heavy if you're used to lighter slippers
    • They have no grip whatsoever, poses as a risk on certain surfaces
    • Material inside is constantly falling out
    • Stitching is poor
    • +16 votes

      I tried to get a refund for a pair where the wool started peeling off the footbed after a couple of months of intermittent use, they denied on the basis of fair wear and tear. I said I would't have paid 50 bucks or whatever if I knew they would start falling apart so quickly, they didn't care.

  • +3 votes

    Got these last time and they didn’t pack it right. They stuck two pairs in the smallest bag and postal bag tape was taped on to one of the front of the shoe. They asked me to wash it in cold water to remove it and it just ruined the shoe and did nothing and now waiting for a replacement.
    The wife loves them but even though it says ok to wash I wouldn’t get water on them, it just becomes ugly and looks stained and the material isn’t going to be the same.
    The wool will come off now and then as I see them on the floor while cleaning the house

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    Thanks! I bought a pair. I'm sure they will be better than my current pair from Typo, lol.

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    these are really good. i recommend these from the last deal.

    and their customer service is exceptional

    not sure for others but i had to buy a size up from my usually US sizing

  • +10 votes

    I haven’t received my order from the last deal… it’s been 4 weeks and after emailing backwards and forwards with some guy Anthony who is extremely rude and zero help just told me to keep waiting… I gave up and contacted the warehouse yesterday who are now sending another pair.

    The tracking on the original didn’t move from them printing the slip wasn’t even picking up by auspost. Also have a friend who got the wrong item sent she spoke with them and they allowed her to exchange from the warehouse but when she got there the person she dealt with was rude about the whole situation and was yelling at her to get off his property… over a pair of shoes.

    • +3 votes

      I also haven't received mine from the last deal. They apparently posted on the 14th April (20 days after ordering) and tracking never updated from shipping info received. I contacted them about it after a week or so and I was told point blank it was ausposts problem and to take it up with them. I don't mind delays in shipping when you sell more items than expected, but at least own the issue when they arise and don't flog another deal until you fulfil all the existing orders…

      If they don't arrive by the end of next week I'll just claim as never received on PayPal and they can deal with it.

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        Have you tried to open a enquiry with AusPost. Use the tracking number that was given to you. AusPost haven’t been updating their tracking info as often as they usually do because they are so busy.

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          Can’t get ahold of auspost unless it’s related to medication or passports/birth certificates at the moment they aren’t accepting calls for anything else

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            @Kbertram: Do you have a tracking number for your order? If you do, look up the tracking for your order. On the tracking page you can submit an online enquiry for your missing order. They will try to find out what’s happened to your parcel.

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              @Jono05: Yeah, have tracking info. The tracking slip was printed on the 1st of April I spoke with auspost via email they said it’s not in their system besides the printing they said they would open an online enquire case but it hasn’t been received by them so it’s the company I need to contact and the company were sending me back to auspost. Whole circle

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      I had the same experience with Anthony. I assume he's family or something…

  • +1 vote

    lots of mentions on delays in shipping @OP - I'm in melb and needing them soon! If I order today, what should the expectation be for arrival date?

    • +4 votes

      I’m in Sydney… it’s been 4 weeks still waiting.