• expired

[eBay Plus] UGG Boots Unisex Mini Classic Australian Sheepskin Wool Suede Ankle Boots $33 (Was $120) Delivered @ UggExpress eBay

2740
PLUSPAPA

eBay Plus exclusive savings

Free Shipping Australia Wide *

UGG Boots Women Men Mini Classic Australian Sheepskin Wool Suede Ankle Boots $33 with code was $120
https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/263279716538

UGG Boots Women Men Short Classic Suede Upper & Sheepskin Inner Non-Slip $40 with code was $220
https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/264086038075

UGG Slippers Men Asher Grey Australian Genuine Sheepskin Wool $23 with code was $109.75
https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/254908104073

Original Coupon Deal

This is part of Father's Day deals for 2021.

Related Stores

eBay Australia
eBay Australia
Marketplace
Ugg Express
Ugg Express

closed Comments

  • +1 vote

    Really good price. I got mine for $59 on Amazon and have been really happy with them.

    •  

      Yeah me too, this is a great price

    •  

      Get them from BlueMountains UGG https://uggboots.com.au/

      They are cheaper (at normal price) and better quality

      •  

        Certainly not cheaper as I bought a pair recently.

  • +3 votes

    Thanks I just bought one. You have a very wide selection and in some cases it's hard to tell the difference (on ebay at least).

    I would prefer soft floppy ugg boots though, do they still exist?

  • +2 votes

    Is this the same Ugg that trademarked the name and is now suing everyone else that uses the very generic, non-brand, name?

    • +1 vote

      I'm pretty sure that's UGG Australia which is now American owned.

      • +1 vote

        Correct.

        Who owns original Uggs Australia?
        Deckers Brands
        UGG (formerly UGG Australia) is an American footwear company and a division of Deckers Brands. UGG is a registered trademark in the United States and over 130 other countries for footwear, as well as bags, clothing, outerwear, home goods and other products.

      •  

        Ahh that's right! Haha in this case buy from this mob =P

    • +4 votes

      No, I don’t believe so.
      And it isn’t quite as black and white as that (as I understand it). The Ugg Australia trademark was registered by some aussies, who sold it to some Americans, who thought it was valuable. But then discovered ugg was a generic term when they tried to enforce it.

      •  
        • +4 votes

          They exhausted their appeals in Australia, so the term is invalid here, and now it looks like they will struggle to get the US trademark enforced too.

          •  

            @mskeggs: Thought that was the case but couldn't remember. Hopefully the original trademark will be quashed in the USA but I wouldn't be confident of that. The generic term ugg boots was part of our vernacular, not sure if that was the case over there.

            •  

              @DisabledUser67242: no, it's the brand.
              when my friends from usa came to visit here (before covid) they were wondering why they are selling so many fake uggs. In the usa there is only one, UGG Australia. So when you say UGGS, its UGG Australia.

    • +1 vote

      Damn I didn't need another reason to hate Ugg Australia but here we go

  • +3 votes

    When picking size, are these a tight fit so should you buy one size up compared to runners?

    • +1 vote

      Would like to know too

    •  

      For me they were TTS.

      • +8 votes

        You had the same blood clot with these that has been reported with the Astra Zenica COVID vaccine?

      • +2 votes

        what the heck does TTS mean?

    • +5 votes

      I have these. I bought my normal size and they were a perfect fit. Not too tight or too loose.

    • +1 vote

      I ordered a pair bigger from their UGG site and I find them still too tight. They don;t do refunds either. Only credit or exchange. I don't want to exchange to an even larger size as I'll be tripping over my feet.

    • +1 vote

      I am normally size 11 but had to send em back and go 12. I see on the Amazon listing (where I bought them) they now say to order a size up. Definitely go at least a size up.

    • +1 vote

      no, the sheep skin compacts after a while and they fit easier so don’t buy a size up.

    •  

      Purchased a few of these, if you're going with an enclosed boot or shoe, go with one size bigger.

      Also note, all uggs are knock offs. The real uggs made in Australian and not shell companies is, Uggs since 1974.

  • +4 votes

    These ones are made in China, right?

    • +4 votes

      Not according to their website. https://uggexpress.com.au/
      Irrespective they have Au stores, pay Au taxes, employ Aussies, use Aussie transport etc. Quality products from my experience.

      • +1 vote

        I mean you can claim anything on your website, they have a factory outlet but is there really a factory attached to it?

      • +1 vote

        They sell both. Some are Chinese, some are Australian made. This I presume is the product on offer here and is Made in China, versus this which clearly states that it is Australian Made, not just of Australian sheepskin.

        •  

          Site does say Made in China for the 1st link, whereas Made in Australia on the other.

    • +4 votes

      These are made in China. You can tell by the tag on the back. The Australian made versions also have "Made in Australia" at the top of the tag on the heel.

      •  

        I thought so :)

  • +2 votes

    Getting these as a gift for someone. Question for anyone who already has these: Would you suggest to go a size up or down from normal size?

    • +1 vote

      Normal size for 9 mens, can't say for other sizes. If in doubt ask the seller.

  •  

    Got one, hope theyre better than the aus wooli ugg i got from last sale

    • +2 votes

      these have non slip sole, makes a big difference …..

  • +3 votes

    Ebay says $75?

    Nevermind…I wasn't logged in…..

  •  

    Does not work for me - code does nothing.?

    •  

      Me either. Those who've purchased, how did you input the code correctly?

      • +3 votes

        Logged in and Ebay plus member?

        •  

          Ahh. That's what I'm missing. Thanks guys.

      • +1 vote

        eBay plus?

  •  

    Not Australian don’t support this company, it’s American.

    • +6 votes

      Your posts suggests you support plenty of American companies. What gives?

      •  

        Support the real Australian ugg, there are two UGGs, this isn't the real deal.

        • +1 vote

          But you support American companies, so again - what gives, apart from your hypocrisy?

          I'm fully aware of the UGG debate, as simplistic as it's portrayed on OzB. Which is the "real" Australian Ugg? This mob or this, established much earlier? Is Ugg Express an Au company?

          Ugg Express claims their products are Au made from Au sheepskins (they probably don't process the skins themselves, unlike UGG AU), they employ Aussies, have Au stores, use Au transport, use Au energy etc etc. From my limited experience their product is better than Ugg Australia's, and their customer service couldn't possible be any worse (I didn't need to test it in UE's case, but I give UA 0 out of 10 for my one experience with them). Plenty of others have had no problems with UA products.

      •  

        We all buy products made and owned around the world, but this UGG fake version is trying it's best to destroy what we cherish, and while our one is helping locals, this fake company they are suing our small business, I never had issues with other industries only how they are handling claiming our UGG can't not be established in other countries is plain wrong.

        • +1 vote

          I might be wrong but what I see is more baseless - and legally nonsensical - opinion. UGG is a generic term in this country and belongs to no-one. The company which originally made the product has long since disappeared.

          You appear to be claiming that Ugg Express is actually Deckers. Is that your point? If so you might have a (strong) point, but where's your evidence?

          Irrespective,
          What's "fake" about the company?
          What's "fake" about the product?
          How is it not helping locals given what I've already told you about materials, employment, etc?
          How are they "trying to destroy what we cherish" ? Under Australian law Ugg/Ugh/Ug is not a trademarkable term so anyone is free to use it.

        • -1 vote

          No answers DEvok? No surprise to me.

    •  

      Not Australian don’t support this company, it’s American.

      How do you work that out?

  •  

    Grabbed two. Thanks op.

  •  

    austrian made?

    • +4 votes

      Nien

      • +3 votes

        got me there….i believe the only Australian Made UGG are from UGG australia….we should assist and distinguish this for the purchaser…

        • +1 vote

          Nope. They're are plenty of Au made UGG boots. The main difference is that Ugg Au also process their skins according to their spiel.

          • -1 vote

            @DisabledUser67242:

            They're are plenty of Au made UGG boot

            From imported sheep skin

            • -1 vote

              @spaceflight: Dream on. If you do some basic research you'll find there are quite a few Au makers using Au sheepskins.

        •  

          why can't u guys just spend 1min to google it ???
          https://uggexpress.com.au/collections/australian-made-sheeps...

          • +3 votes

            @samelight: Because they value their own ignorant opinion more that they value fact? It's not an uncommon thing on this site.

    • +1 vote

      yes, they are Josef Fritzl approved for basement use.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks op.

  • +4 votes

    Op could you add more stock for Black US Men 10 of $35 model 🙏🏻

    •  

      US 11 chestnut would be nice to plz. $42 model

  •  

    code not working?

  • +2 votes

    Is there any way to know which Uggs come in EE width? I've had one pair that fits me that is now falling apart, and every other pair (including these ones) is too narrow to wear. There are only so many relatives I can give Uggs to as presents before it gets weird!

  •  

    I bought a pair of the slippers but they were uncomfortable to use due to the lack of cushioning

  •  

    code not working

    •  

      Yes it is

    • +1 vote

      Ebay PLUS code. Could use psave15 (15% off) if you're not a member.

      Ebay's still recruiting if you want to join for "free" ($50 voucher for $49 fee): https://pages.ebay.com.au/Buyer_coupons/mplp/

      • +2 votes

        Or just sign up to eBay plus for a month for like $5 and cancel straight away. That’s what I did

        • -1 vote

          Thanks, didn't know they'd introduced a monthly rate, although it still makes more sense to join and use the voucher. Can also get a free trial of course.

  • +4 votes

    Damn, should have posted this as a deal 5 hours ago when I found it

    • +1 vote

      I bought them based on your comment. I should have too! Haha :)

  •  

    Anyone wear these out? Or do they get worn out

  • +1 vote

    i find croc + thick sock a better solution.. socks are easier to wash

  •  

    Any more stock of chestnut men's 11 in the low model?

  • +2 votes

    Just be aware, I've ordered fo OZWEAR uggs and Uggs Australia, neither are authentic uggs.

    The liners are cheap and wore away. I doubt it's actually wool, if it is wool it's very poor quality as it's neither terribly comfortable or warm.

    You pay for what you get.

    Waiting for my hand made ones from Uggs Since 1974

    • +1 vote
      •  

        Wasn’t familiar with them, but they look authentic. Cheaper than Ugg since 1974 but still happy with my purchase whenever it arrives

  • +1 vote

    nice thing about these is they have the non slip sole, i own a pair, compared to the foam soles which are as slippery as hell on wet smooth surfaces e.g bathroom after shower, or local shopping mall.

    • -1 vote

      My Ugg Australia(n) boots were almost dangerously slippery from the get-go and remain so. Have to be very careful on some surfaces as you say.