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Women's & Men's Made by Ugg Australia Mini Boots $68.00 (Was $179) Delivered @ Ugg Australia

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Link to Mens: https://uggaustralia.com.au/collections/weekly-specials/prod...

Just in time for Mother's Day. Order now so your order arrives in time!

Support Australian Manufacturing. We are posting this deal due to all the requests.
Our classic ‘Ugg Mini’ short ankle sheepskin boot is crafted from luxurious, 100% Australian merino double face sheepskin. A perfect hassle free option for active lifestyle will keep your feet cosy and warm on those cool days. Available in Black, Chestnut, Chocolate & Bells Beach Blue.

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.
We encourage all customers to do some research when looking to purchase any brand of Ugg Boots.
Ensure you purchase from reputable websites or stores.
Contact details - If you can't find the business address or contact number of the business you have purchased boots from, who will help you with customer issues.
There are so many sheepskin boots out there claiming to be 100% Australian Made. How can you tell one authentic boot from the rest?
What to ask your retailer when buying your sheepskin products.
Where are your skins from?
Where are they processed?
Are the boots hand cut, hand stitched, hand glued in Australia?
Ask for the address of manufacturer and tannery. There should be no reason why your retailer cannot provide you with details of the origin of your boots.
All Ugg Australia® products are 100% Australian made at our factory and ecologically processed at our Roman Tannery in Laverton North, Melbourne.

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Comments

  • is this the company that thinks it owns the brand?

    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-05-11/western-sydney-ugg-bo...

    • No - this is a Melbourne based company im pretty sure. That article is referencing the company "Australian Leather"

  • Bought this couple of month ago and as per my experience they are inferior quality, shoe was slippery too.
    Also it was shipped damaged and have to involve Paypal to get a refund which took more than a month.
    I would rather pay bit more and get a quality pair. I didn't see any "Made in Australia" quality to be frank :(

    • On the flip side I purchased a pair last year from this mob- couldn't be happier with the quality.

    • Have to agree - last year I bought a pair from Ugg Australia, and also one from Ugg (The US company that owns the name).

      The Ugg Australia pair has two issues - the heel is starting to come unglued, and the stitching is failing on one boot. I haven't had any issues with the "genuine" pair (that said, the Ugg Australia pair was almost half the price).

      • hehe "Genuine". you mean the one that registered the trademark in the US then tried to take the generic term in Australia.

        Interesting that they are not good quality. That is unfortunate.

        • Yeah, hence the quotes on "genuine". It seems there is an enormous amount of drama around the origins and ownership; far more than I'd expected for a pair of slippers

  • Has been regularly cheaper in the past at $58 delivered, as recent as the start of last month

  • so are we saying that Ugg boots made in Australia are not as good in quality when compared to Ugg boots (from the US company that owns the name) which are probably assembled in China?

  • Anyone able to comment on the quality of Ugg Australia compared with the other Victorian based Ugg company, Original Ugg?

  • Yes I'd like to know the same. I still remember the UGG boot stall from Victoria market when I was about 8yo I'm not 100% they are the 'original' UGG boot company but if I could find them and knew their products were good quality I'd pay a little more to support them. Seriously a kind of sick joke that UGG could be copyrighted let alone by a company outside Australia.

    • sadly difficult to find top notch long lasting ones. I bought half shin lace up ones for my wife 18 years ago. Glued the soles back on but otherwise still going strong (inside use only)
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      • Have you tried Blue Mountain Ugg Boots (https://www.uggboots.com.au/)? My wife has bought a pair two years ago and she's still quite happy with it. Granted it is a sample size of one, and not as cheap as the one on promo here, but we think it was justified as it is local business and so far the quality is still holding.

  • Hey, the mens is still showing asa $179, someone miss something?

  • thanks! I was looking at crappy grosby synthetic ones that were like $59 so this was good timing :)

  • Purchased two. and just arrived. Feels good on feet. Time will tell how long they survive.