When I first got my Uggs I thought, “Hey, where can I NOT wear these things?” I looked up the maps for clear coverage in my area to see which park to visit in the dead of winter and decided my fuzzy boots would be great on a hike. Take it from me, your Uggs just aren’t as utilitarian as you think so here are a few places NOT to wear the boots
To a Lake: Your Uggs don’t like moisture – it’s just a fact. They’ll mildew and actually get pretty grimy if you allow them to get wet and not dry so try to keep them as clean as possible.
In the Woods: Bet you didn’t know there were so many sharp, prickly things in the woods! The nature of how Ugg boots fit allow tons of tiny items to fall down in the top of the boots – this is less comfortable than you might think.
A Christmas Party: Okay, so this isn’t a utility thing but Ugg boots aren’t dressy. They shouldn’t be worn with a suit or a dress and they’re not appropriate formal wear.
Fads and new fashions are not some recent phenomenon. As long as people have had access to clothing, cars and other disposable items they have made those items popular or not. One of the most recent and longstanding fads is Ugg Boots. These boots are likely to be found in mass at any place of worship, school, work, and even play. They offer extreme comfort, warmth, and a sense of fashion that makes them marketable to multiple generations at a time.
Ugg Boots carry Read the rest of this entry »
When people think of Uggs, what usually comes to mind are those comfy sheepskin boots that everybody seems to be wearing. But there’s actually lots more variations on the Ugg style than one would imagine.
First, there are Ugg boots; which alone come in not just a variety of styles but also colors and sizes. Ugg boots come in tall, short, and even three quarter length. Colors include tan, pink, red, green, black and just about any other you can think of. Ugg boots can be made of different materials. Though sheepskin is the original classic, there Read the rest of this entry »
Ugg boots are sheepskin boots with fleece on the inside and a tan on the outside.
The origins of Ugg boots began down under, but whether Australia or New Zealand started the trend first is still up for debate. What we do know is that sheepskin boots whereabouts were in rural Australia in 1920. We also know manufactured sheepskin boots were being made in 1933 and by the 1950′s another company started making them. The origins of the name “Ugg” came in 1970, around the same time these boots became popular in Australia. The name “Ugg” were Read the rest of this entry »
Ugg Boots actually began in Australia, in the early 60′s. Surfers in the Byron Bay area of eastern Australia began fashioning homemade covers for their feet out of the sheepskin that was very prevalent there. The sheepskin, so comfortable and warm, helped keep away moisture on the chilly evenings by the water.
In 1978, Brian Smith flew to Southern California with some of these boots, which he had named “Uggs”, positive that these boots would also be popular Read the rest of this entry »
Ugg Boots are all the rage again this winter so it is time to find the perfect pair! Before you run out and grab the nearest pair though, consider what style is best for you. Ugg Boots come in a variety of Styles and colors and while finding your desired match may take a bit of searching the perfect pair is out there.
The first thing to consider when searching for Ugg Boots is what size Read the rest of this entry »