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Women's & Men's Made by Ugg Australia Scuffs $35 (Was $89) Delivered @ Ugg Australia

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

Winter is here, Our most popular deal 500 pairs only!
UGG Australia Slides real sheepskin

100% Australian Made and owned.

Our classic ‘Ugg Scuff’ unisex sheepskin slippers are perfect to wear around the home and are super cosy and warm for those wintery evenings.

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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  • +4 votes

    Was on the hunt for new slippers - thanks

    • +2 votes

      i was too a while ago. Ended up going for the uniqlo slippers (around $20) instead of some ugg ones, as most of the reviews for uggs said they were a hit or miss in terms of quality. Some people said their lasted for years, while others said their only lasted for 2 months before the wool started coming of or the soles began to deform.

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        How's the quality and build of UNIQLO slippers?

        • +1 vote

          Have had them for a month, the denim model, pretty decent. They are super soft inside, pretty warm and comfortable. Not sure if it's my feet or socks but they do then to get a little moist inside when wearing them for a long period of time and moving a lot around the house, so every night i have to leave them near the heating for them to dry, but at least they don't stink.

          Also, wait for cashback offer to be 20% before buying them, and if possible go to the store and make sure what your right size is. I bought the L ones, using the size table on their site, but has to change them to XL, and thus will probably lose the cashback

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          I always buy Uniqlo slippers and love them, particularly the Japanese style room slipper design. However, if you want the same design, but something slightly nicer, then MUJI ones are really good. The downside with MUJI is they only have Japanese sizes, so if you're like me and have US 13 feet you won't be able to find a pair.

      • +4 votes

        had the uggs for 2 years and they are still great - highly recommend

      • +4 votes

        my uggs slippers (bought from this same seller) - lasted 6 months, wool started coming out.

      • +1 vote

        Bought these a few years ago for my wife and I from this seller. Like most people said, the fluff started to come off particularly near the heel. Then saw a comment on here about how people were able to get new ones sent out after PM'ing the rep. Tried it, they replied asking for a paid invoice, a week later got 2 new pairs shipped to me. New ones seem to also be a bit better quality and feels like they will last longer.

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    Are the sizes us or UK, I'm always confused about this.

    • +4 votes

      They are US sizes. (US 9 = UK 8)

      • +2 votes

        Are you sure? It is standard to use UK size here in Australia, and this is an Australian website…

        • +2 votes

          On the link/website it says 'size chart'.
          And from there it has examples comparing sizes E.g. 'Our size: 7, US size 7, UK size 6'.
          Hope this helps.

        • -3 votes

          Australia uses US sizing. Go ask 3 of your friends what size foot they are.

    • +5 votes

      There is a large black box that says SIZE CHART right beside the size and colour selector.

      • +5 votes

        Ha, that was so freaking obvious I didn't even see it. I even went to the FAQ

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    Code didn't work under womens

    • +4 votes

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

      please make sure you are using this link, we have tested it and it is working.

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        Great thanks, that code worked for women's skuffs! I just picked up a pair of ocean blue ones. Is there any chance there will be a discount or special on the mini boots as I want to pick up a pair of pink mini boots size 8 for my daughter?

  • +15 votes

    I'm going to buy this just to support the company. Stupid US companies and their litigatious nature.
    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-05-10/australian-ugg-boot-m...

    • +5 votes

      OzBargainers need to get behind this, UGG-Stonks style
      and stick it to that U.S. company.

      Strong Diamond Feet ! 💎 🦶

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        I will only support the original Ugg not knockoffs like this company , Ugg Since 1974 in the only one.

  • +1 vote

    How do you wash these?

    • +1 vote

      you could use cold water, wool soap and hand wash but we recommend washing them as little as possible.

    • +1 vote

      I would suggest not washing them if possible; I have a pair and tried washing them in just water, causing the dye to seep out of the material and discolour the wool. Perhaps a long lie in the sun on a hot summer’s day would be best.

  • +2 votes

    Socks or no socks with these bad boys?

    • +6 votes

      no socks for ultimate comfort :).

      • +5 votes

        They won't stink them out? I've never owned sheepskin slippers before but the cheapo ones make my feet sweat so I always wear socks. Won't happen with these?

        • +4 votes

          This is merino wool, not crappy cotton. In short you don't sweat, it won't smell, they are beautiful. Look up the benefits of merino wool

          • +14 votes

            @zsik3115: I think you underestimate some people's ability to sweat

        • +1 vote

          The cheapo ones definitely stink out more than the quality ones. I'm wearing some OpalUgg branded ones right now without socks, and have also had some Emu Australia slippers; neither of those stunk badly enough to force me to wear socks. The cheapos were so stinky I had to stop wearing.

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          I go both. Depends on mood. Generally socks at night for that additional heated delight

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          some ugg type boots and slippers are synthetic not real sheepskin e.g kmart and woolies ones ….your feel will definitely sweat and be wet in those ….went through the discovery phase during lockdown, now i just buy natural sheepskin boots and slippers.

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          Yes it still does. I have numerous pairs of ankle and calf style AU UGG with genuine wool lining. If your feet are prone to sweat profusely, not everyones' feet do, they'll end up grotty and stink regardless synthetic or wool. It's the bacteria (Propionibacterium) in the sweat. Easiest way to avoid stinky UGGs is wear socks with them. Might look dorky in slip on slippers or sandals, but I dress to cloth the body, not the ego.

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    bought it as my current one has flattened. Great to use for few month for its price.

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    Just in time for winter. Bought a pair.

  • +2 votes

    you don't offer this same style in kids sizes is that correct? If you do would you happen to have them on sale as well?

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      Keen for this as well!

    • +3 votes

      no sorry but great idea! maybe coming soon :).

  • +3 votes

    Waiting for a good deal one for ones that cover heal/ankle.

  • -1 vote

    If only the insole wasn't snow white….. How long will it stay that way?

    • +6 votes

      For as long as you keep washing your feet I guess

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    I bought a pair last year, they are warm and look nice until you wash them. I put them in the washing machine with the softer most gently program and they look like crap now. All discolored and not in a good shape at all.

    If I knew I had to wash them manually or not do it at all, I'd have bought another, cheaper ones.

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      washing manually isn't a hard job, just wash in the bathroom sink with detergent, scrub here and there and then let it dry. save you buying another 'cheaper' one :)

    • +4 votes

      So if you'd read the "Product & Care Information" page (and I'm pretty sure they come with instructions) on their site everything would be fine?

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        Yep, I did say they are warm tho and blamed myself for not following the "extra" care instructions (if any) I just cant be bothered to care for a pair of slippers, they are not that important in my life I guess :)

        • +1 vote

          I don't think I've ever washed a pair of Ugg boots………. ever, and they've been fine. Unless you've physically got something on them there really isn't a need to do it.

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            @dav3: tell that to my 2yo eating weetbix off my uggs

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        They do have a tag sewn in stating hand wash only with wool soap in lukewarm water, dry naturally.

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    I bought one last year, but my feet is hurting if I used it all day long. I feel no support/padding. Could this have changed?

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      No. The soles are the same. Gets worn out over time.

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      I have the same issue.

      The problem is, softer heels wear out faster and I've gone through several boots that have had holes at the bottom or cracked in half.

      These uggs are abnormally thick, I feel higher when I wear them and sometimes roll off the side of them, and they are hard even after a year of use.. but they seem to be lasting longer than other pairs I've had..

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    Thanks , ordered a pair. my shoe size is 10 and ordered the same size, buying these for the first time hope they fit.

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      I'm a size 11 and bought Scuffs in the same size, you should be fine but next time I grab them I might go down a size. They're not sloppy or dangerous, but once the wool compresses and they stretch a little there's a possibility they could get a little looser. I haven't worn them a lot yet, but so far they are fine.

  • +2 votes

    Wondering if the quality has improved or is it the same as last year? Last year price was $27 delivered.

  • +4 votes

    Ordered!

    My first post to say thanks for this deal.

  • +1 vote

    Purchased!

  • +4 votes

    +1 for made in australia!

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    Purchased for winter :)

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    Hi @UggAustraliaOfficial

    I bought a pair on sale last June last year and love them. However, one of them has basically worn bare in the heel during that time. Would you consider this to be normal wear and tear? Other than that, I love them, and they look otherwise new!

    • +1 vote

      Hi Eraser, being a natural product and genuine sheepskin, both on the upper and sole. They can wear faster than synthetic products.

  • +1 vote

    I bought a couple of pairs of these during an offer. last year. I like them. Well made and comfortable and both pairs still going strong. Delivery was fast and and efficient. Given the nature of the product, I doubt that they would last more than a couple of years of use but then at the discounted price, they're not expensive - especially considering that they're made in Australia.

    Recommended.

  • +1 vote

    Very happy with my pair bought about a year ago on sale, worn daily save a couple months in summer and they're in great shape. Haven't shed any wool - it compresses at the sole of course but it's still all there if you were to fluff it up again. At this rate I expect to get at least another 1-2 years out of them. I am on the lighter end so perhaps that is a factor in wear.

  • +1 vote

    How does these compare to the legit uggs on the official website?

    • +2 votes

      These are fake?

      • +1 vote

        This is not the original Australian UGG boots.
        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UGG_(brand)

        It's own by deckers an american conglomerate that came in and basically stole the idea and sued the original creator.

    • +1 vote

      We are the legit company. We are the only UGG Australia that is made in Australia.
      We are also the only UGG boot manufacturer that owns their own tannery operating in Australia.

      • +2 votes

        You are NOT the legit company.

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UGG_(brand)

        uggaustralia is owned by Deckers which is the rip off company.

  • +8 votes

    Buyer beware. Only 3 month warranty and they stick to it! Bought some for me and the misses last deal. Hers didn't even last one winter and she doesn't even wear it everyday when the stitching started coming undone. Tried to get some customer service as you could see from the wool on the heel and bottom of the sole that they weren't worn much at all but they basically told us bad luck. YMMV…..

    • +2 votes

      Thanks for this. People from the last few deals commented about quality in the past…might give it a pass on this and more so on the customer service response.

    • +2 votes

      I thought by law in Australia, there has to be a 1 year warranty whereby you can exchange or get a refund on defective products?

      • +1 vote

        According to the ACCC info sheet I just read there's no set period

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        there is no law in australia about 1 year warranty, and warranty is often against faulty materials or workmanship, not wear …..

        • +3 votes

          I would think shoes worn for less than one winter and only around the house early morning and night starting to fall apart is faulty workmanship.

    • -3 votes

      So buyer beware that a seller upholds their rights?

      • +3 votes

        No, buyer beware of poor quality….. Other retailers I have purchased off have been gracious enough to replace even after warranty for obvious QC issues. Also, only backing a 3 month warranty shows what they think of their own quality.

    • +3 votes

      I bought mine exactly 2 years ago (May 2019). Wear them every day - 12 hours a day (I work from home). They are really worn out but not falling apart.

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        Every day includes summer?

        • +1 vote

          "Every day" includes summer, weekends, vacations, everything.

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        yeah, my pair have now lasted 2 winters of fair use. And my parents of heavier use still ok. But can't give consumers too much information. :)

    • +2 votes

      I'd echo caveat emptor.

      Try contacting them on their (NO) 'contact' business number. Go on. Try it.

      Even messaging using the contact form on their website, timely service is non-existent. Makes a mockery of this statement in their spiel above. And I quote: "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". ROFL. What's the point of a contact number that during listed business hours never answers on any selected routing one day, and the next, diverts to a recorded voice message referring you back to the website's online contact form, which in turn never responds! ROFL Very Monty Pythonesque.

      Dealing with them to sort a simple order mis-sizing issue due to the inanity of them presenting US sizes default on the same Aussie website they loudly play on the emotional buy genuine Aussie UGGs card has been a three act play nightmare. This crew have no concept of what customer service is nor do they respect the customer. Look elsewhere. I will in future.

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        My experience was different although I used their contact form. I shot them an email ([email protected]) and received a reply within an hour. Had a new pair sent out and received within 3 days.

  • +2 votes

    I got 3 pairs of these in April-June 2020 as part of previous deals. I use almost daily, (the other's were for family) and the quality has held up really good. I'm usually a EU45, US12, UK11 size, I got Size "11" and they are a tad small (as in my heel only just does not hang over), I wish I got the 12's.

    But aside yes there were a few shipping delays, customer service misunderstandings in the past deals, but all in all mine arrived fairly fast and for the price I paid I do reckon they were a great buy.

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    Am I missing something or has deal ended it shows $89 for me?

    • +4 votes

      Add the code.

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    OP - Any chance on a deal for the TIDAL 3/4 BOOTS?

  • +2 votes

    Comparison between these and the UGG-1978AUS for $39 on Amazon?

    • +1 vote

      Thanks for the heads up. Amazon has customer service.

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    Thanks grabbed a pair, was looking at these the other week too.

  • +1 vote

    Purchased these last year when on sale .
    Took around 3 months to send and was given the wrong colour.
    Complained and was again given the wrong colour around another 3 months later.
    Ended up with 2 pairs of wrong colour for under $30, gave up and gave them away as presents to family( ordered in April had them in time for Xmas).
    Had warm feet in winter thanks to Costco( no thanks to ugg) .

    • +1 vote

      Geez, that’s terrible. For a company who bangs on about being Australian, it should not take them that long to deliver within Australia

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    Hey @UggAustraliaOfficial, any coupons for the Eildon boot?

  • +1 vote

    Bought 3

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    I grabbed a pair during March deal. Had an issue but customer service was very good and they sent out another pair which I received within 3 days. My only gripe would be the trimming of the wool around the heal area. It splays way out. Easy solution was to grab a sharp scissors and trim/shape the wool around the shape of the heal. Not hard to do. They are nice and comfie.