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UGG® Australia is the producer of Ugg® boots, slippers, clogs, shoes, and other footwear. Ugg® Australia is one of the world's largest sheepskin footwear manufacturers, and quite likely the best known.

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The company began humbly in 1978, when a young Aussie surfer named Brian Smith made a trip to California with a batch of Ugg boots, the traditional sheepskin boots worn by Australian surfers to keep their feet warm on cold mornings. When Brian Smith, brought the sheepskin boots form Australia to the US in 1978, he was trying to get them on the market in New York area, but without much success. Being a persistent Aussie mate, he did not give up and moved to California, where he successfully introduced and established his business amongst the surfer community. He was betting that American surfers would find the boots as useful as their Australian counterparts did, and he was right. It wasn't long before uggs became popular among American surfers, and then among the general population -- and Ugg Australia was up and running.

Deckers corp.

UGG® Australia was acquired by Deckers Outdoor Corporation in 1995 (even as UGG® Australia was acquiring the trademarked UGG name from the Celtic Sheepskin Company in the UK), and by 1998 had expanded their line to a whopping ten models. It was in 2000, when daytime TV queen Oprah Winfrey acquired a pair of Ultras, that their popularity started to skyrocket. She liked them so much she bought boots for her entire staff (350 pairs), and UGG® Australia really took off.

Deckers was founded in 1973 with production of sandals. Since then, the Teva sandals became very popular style, although they were originally designed for rafting use. The product range rose to several other footwear types, such as sneakers, and men’s and women’s casual shoes.

UGG® Australia Product Range

UGG® Australia product range is much wider and includes not only footwear, but also items such as totes, handbags, outerwear, muffs and home collection. The accessory products imitate the traditional sheepskin style. The bags collection features sheepskin, brass, and leather details. UGG® Australia aims to maintain the bags feeling and looking rich, functional, with the UGG style signature. The UGG® Australia styles include several collections, such as Sundance, Classic and Fluff. You can get them in several different colors, ranging from sand, chestnut, yellow, baby blue, baby pink, cornflower blue, green, lilac, orchid, orange, navy, ruby, and other being introduced. UGG Australia is the ultimate answer for all fashion lovers who like comfortable and good looking footwear.

Boots and slippers and scarves, oh my!

Ugg Australia Women's Cluggette UGG® Australia has had the wisdom to take advantage of its dominance of the market, and nowadays offers dozens of varieties of leather shoes, boots, scarves, hats, gloves, mittens, and other accessories for men, women, and children alike. Their boots -- especially those championed by Oprah -- have made UGG® Australia a household name, especially among stylish ladies, and they've expanded their facilities beyond Australia and the United States into China. Despite their fairy-tale rags to riches story, however, UGG® Australia has remained true to its roots, which is obvious from a casual glance at this year's line of footwear products. Their shoes and boots still retain the surfer-inspired look, and they're still made from high-quality sheepskin, sturdily constructed and guaranteed to last.

Warm feet, warm heart

While UGG® Australia's products may have rocketed into the stylistic stratosphere in the last few years -- they're frequently featured on runways in the world's fashion capitals -- they remain accessible to the average person. Not only do they look good to the ordinary eye (we've all seen some of the disasters that have been deemed fashionable, and never worn by more than 10 or 12 high-class snobs), but their prices are still down-to-Earth as well. To counter the obvious questions, yes, UGG® Australia's footwear does tend to hover at or over the hundred-dollar mark, but you have to consider what you're getting here. As with the other major sheepskin boots manufacturers, who all focus as much on quality as style, with UGG® Australia you're getting some of the warmest, most luxuriously comfortable shoes and boots in the world. They're made of solid, top-quality sheepskin leather, and they're not going to fall apart in a season, even if you wear them every day. Consider how much you spend on footwear, and then imagine not spending another dime on leather boots for five years or more. Doesn't that make them worth the price?

Sheepskin products by Ugg Australia

Women

  • Adirondack Boot II
  • Adirondack Tall
  • Aussie Cowboy
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  • Catalina
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  • Chunky Knit Cable Shawl
  • Chunky Knit Cloche w/Shearling Poms
  • Chunky Knit Long Glove
  • Chunky Knit Oversized Scarf with Poms
  • Classic Down Coat
  • Classic Down Jacket
  • Classic Down Vest
  • Classic Malibu Bag
  • Classic Mini
  • Classic Pocket Messenger
  • Classic Short
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  • Cluggette
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  • Cosita
  • Cozy
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  • Fluff Momma
  • Fluff Scuff
  • Glacier
  • Hampton
  • Igloo Glove
  • Joplin
  • Kalie
  • Keira
  • Kiltie
  • La Jolla
  • Latigo
  • Layback
  • Locarno
  • Long Glove
  • Long Glove with Shearling Turn Cuff
  • Long Shearling Seamed Jacket
  • Louise
  • Mix Media Flower Petal Scarf
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  • Rainier
  • Roo
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  • Scuffette
  • Sequoia
  • Shearling Vest
  • Sheila
  • Signature Quilt Coat
  • Sunburst Tall
  • Sundance II
  • Sunrise
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  • Tasman
  • Tasman Reversible Hooded Vest
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  • Torrey
  • Turn Cuff with Side Strap Glove
  • Ultimate Short
  • Ultimate Tall
  • Ultimate Tall II
  • Ultra Butterfly Brim Hat
  • Ultra In & Out Mitten
  • Ultra New Baseball Cap
  • Ultra Scarf with Grommet Fringe
  • Ultra Short
  • Ultra Side Fringe Scarf
  • Ultra Tall
  • Uptown II
  • Velvet Bubble Jacket
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Men

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  • Boston Leather
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  • Cardiff
  • Classic Down Jacket
  • Classic Down Vest
  • Classic Short
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  • Gaulin
  • Glove with Sidewalls
  • Indy
  • La Paz
  • Olson
  • Scuff
  • Scuff Romeo
  • Shearling Range Coat
  • Sid
  • Solona
  • Suttle
  • Talladega
  • Tasman
  • Trapper Hat
  • Ultimate Short
  • Ultra Short

Kids

  • Birch Boot
  • Boo
  • Bubble Jacket
  • BUTTE
  • Classic
  • Cozy
  • Deme
  • Erin
  • Flutter
  • Kalie
  • Phoebe
  • Rockstar
  • Scuff Romeo
  • Solvang Clog
  • Sunshine
  • Sunsparkle
  • Sweatshirt Hoodie
  • Sweatshirt Hoodie (Toddlers)
  • Tasman
  • Ultra
  • Uptown

Other

  • Kettle Satchel
  • Metallic Knit Jessica Tote
  • Replacement Insoles- Mens
  • Replacement Insoles- Womens
  • Sheepskin Cleaner & Conditioner
  • Sheepskin Stain & Water Repellent
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How to Spot Fake UGGs: 10 Easy Things to Check (Pictures)

UGG boots are by many considered shoes every fashionable woman should have in her closet, and many entrepreneurial individuals want to cash in on their popularity. Unfortunately, some of these sellers don’t have the best of intentions and are only out to scam people with counterfeit UGGs.

Buying UGG Australia boots from authorized retailers like Amazon and Shoes is arguably the simplest way to ensure that you get the real thing. The following five stores have the best selections of UGG Australia online:

  1. UGG Australia (Official Site)
  2. Amazon
  3. Neiman Marcus
  4. Shoes
  5. Zappos

How to spot fake UGGs

If you’re planning to get a pair of UGGs as a gift to yourself or someone else, beware of fakes! Protect your hard-earned money and arm yourself with the knowledge on how to spot fake UGGs. Here is a checklist of 10 things that you should do before committing to buying:

1. Check the security features

The unending battle against counterfeits has prompted UGG Australia to install security features on UGG and I Heart UGG products. These special labels and stickers are the quickest and most reliable way to guarantee the authenticity of your purchase.

Since fall 2010, UGG Australia has been using security features on their labels and packaging, starting with the holographic sun logo that changes from black to white when rotated 90 degrees. If the left pair of your UGG shoes has a sewn-in size/materials label, this security feature should be on the foil strip on the label right behind it. If there is no sew-in-label, a security sticker should be on the sole of the left shoe. The shoebox should also have this same security sticker. UGG Australia is still using this security feature up to now.

Check the security features

In fall 2013, UGG Australia added a QR code to the sewn-in security label on the left shoe. Just scan with any smartphone and you will be taken to an ugg.com landing page that will verify the product’s authenticity for you.

how to spot fake uggs - Check the security features

If you flip this label over and look at its back side, you should see another security feature that has the UGG logo “rolling” over the sun logos with a 3D effect.

Some fall 2014 products do not have the holographic sun logo on the sewn-in labels. If you encounter merchandise without this security feature, you can just use the QR code.

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2. Check the labels

Believe it or not, UGG Australia boots that are labeled “Made in China” are the real deal. For years now, real UGG products have been manufactured by one and only one company called Deckers Outdoor Corporation. Their factory is located in China where majority of the manufacturing of UGG and I Heart UGG products are done. If the label says they are made in New Zealand or Australia, that is flashing warning sign of a fake.

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As for the UGG Australia label on the back of the heel, you should compare them with an authentic UGG Australia label like in the picture below. The fake ones vary greatly from having bigger fonts, poor-quality stitching, and off-shade colors than that of real UGG Australia labels.

how to spot fake uggs

how to spot fake uggs

3. Check the packaging

Real UGG Australia boots come in a sturdy box made of strong cardboard material. Some people say that the real box is a one-piece box with a flip-top lid, but some also report having purchased real UGGs that came in two-piece boxes with removable lids.

That piece of information is highly contested, but another part of the packaging that you can check is the plastic wrapper. The plastic that the boots are wrapped in should be made of thick, crinkly material with the words “UGG Australia” printed on it. The fake ones use low-grade thin plastic and almost always do not have anything printed on them.

Also check the care booklet, the authenticity card, and other literature that the UGG or I Heart UGG merchandise is packaged with. They should be printed clearly on thick, high quality paper using quality ink — they should not be fuzzy, blurry, or appear scanned. In June 2007, UGG Australia stopped using white paper for these and switched to printing the UGG boots care booklet and other cards on cream-colored paper.

Real UGG boots have shoe inserts inside to prevent them from becoming misshapen when stocked or shipped. Fake ones do not get the same careful handling and often do not come with shoe inserts.

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Authentic UGG products will never be shipped in an UGG-printed bag. You will only get an UGG shopping bag if you shop at one of UGG Australia’s stores.

The following things do not come packaged with UGG boots:

  • A brown dust bag with “Snow Boots” printed on them – real UGGs are never called snow boots
  • Any sort of label that is pinned on or attached to the boots themselves. Real UGG boots from Deckers do not have any tags attached to them
  • An Australian flag printed anywhere on the packaging materials

All of these are clear signs that the UGGs are fakes.

how to spot fake uggs

how to spot fake uggs

4. Check the fur

The fur lining in real UGG boots have a rich creamy color and feel thick, fluffy, and soft. In fake ones, they are a grayish whitish color and feel thin, scraggly, and like plastic.

If you have a hard time telling the difference between real and synthetic fur, one way to tell is by rubbing it. If bits and pieces come off, then that means that the fur is fake. On real UGGs, the fur should not come off easily at all.

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Genuine sheepskin has the fur side naturally adhered to the suede side (the fur is not just lining), so they should never pull apart. If you can separate the outside material from the fur inside the boots like in the picture below, that is an obvious sign that the boots are not made of real sheepskin and are fake.

how to spot fake uggs

5. Check the soles

In real UGG boots, the soles are flexible and have a lot of give. In fake ones, they are rigid and are very hard to bend.

Real UGG boots also have 1/2-inch thick soles. Fake UGG boots have thinner soles, having only 1/4-inch thick soles at the most.

Genuine UGGs have the registered R in a circle next to the “UGG” on the bottom of the soles. This used to be a clear way of telling apart the real and the fake UGGs, however, counterfeiters have wised up to this and have started adding this detail to fake UGGs.

UGG Australia also changed the tread pattern on the soles of their boots from zigzag to the sun logo. Although not the most surefire way of guaranteeing authenticity, genuine UGG boots should have the sun and the “UGG Australia” at the center of the sole of the boot in the correct typeface.

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As you can see from the following video, it’s not always easy to see whether or not your UGG boots are real or not. The only way to be 100% sure is to scan the QR code that will take you to an ugg.com landing page if your product is verified as genuine UGG.

6. Check the size

Those who have ever bought or owned UGG boots for themselves know that they run large. It is common knowledge that if you’re buying a pair of UGGs, the best thing to do is to get a size smaller. Real UGG boots will stretch and mold to the wearer’s feet over time. If a pair of UGGs in your real shoe size feel snug, then chances are they are fake.

Check the size

Also check the top or the opening of the boot. It should be large and roomy enough so that you can fold them down or tuck-in your jeans. The fake ones have a narrower opening and they do not roll down as easily as the real UGGs.

Some fake UGGs are shorter or taller than real UGGs. Find out the correct height for an ultra short, tall, and ultra tall UGG boot first and compare before purchasing.

7. Check the smell

To lure you in with unbelievably low prices, counterfeiters resort to using cheap glue, faux sheepskin, and other low-quality materials in making knockoff ugg boots. This gives the fakes a weird chemical, plasticky, and synthetic scent. The smell of the dye or paint used on the fake sheepskin alone is already a dead giveaway of a counterfeit.

Real UGG and I Heart UGG products should not smell of anything at all.

8. Check the overall quality

When you’re purchasing footwear that costs 200 dollars, you’d want to set aside ample shopping time so that you can inspect them thoroughly. Here are the things to check for in scrutinizing the overall quality of UGG boots:

  • Check the width of the boots. Fake ugg boots are often narrower than real ones.
  • Inspect the stitching. Make sure that it is even and no threads are unraveling.

Check the overall quality

  • Inspect the suede and/or leather. They should be smooth, made of quality material, and not have any unnecessary markings on them.
  • Note the heel of the boot. They should gently taper towards the rest of the shoe and should not be in any way crooked.
  • Note the tip of the boot. A real UGG Australia–brand boot gradually slopes downward while a fake one has a pointier toe.

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9. Check the price

Real UGG and I Heart UGG products are made of quality materials and quality comes with a price. If a pair of UGG boots is selling for an absurdly too-good-to-be-true price, then that alone should serve as a warning sign that they are fake.

The extremely popular classic UGG boots have been manufactured since 1978. Some of the most popular colors seldom go on sale.

UGG Classic BootsUGG Classic Short Boot, $91.26 – $356.40 at Amazon and Zappos

Some discounted UGG Australia bags and shoes can be found at Amazon’s discount website 6pm. However, normally UGG Australia will not allow their most popular products to be discounted.

10. Check the seller

Lastly, UGG Australia only sells UGG boots through their flagship stores, their website UGG Australia, and authorized retailers. If you are located in the US, you may prefer to buy from Amazon and Nordstrom. For other locations, use this UGG Australia store locator to find an authorized retailer nearest you.

Remember, authorized retailers are not allowed to sell UGG products on eBay. A big percentage of UGGs being sold on eBay are fake. Even Deckers Outdoors Corporation is not allowed to sell any of UGG Australia’s products straight from the manufacturing plant. If a seller says that the UGG boots he is selling are cheap because they’re “straight from the factory”, he is selling counterfeit goods. Please see our eBay shopping guide for details.

Kim KardashianKim Kardashian is seen wearing Ugg boots and an Hermes Birkin bag as she heads to a studio in Culver City on December 28, 2010 / Jennifer Lopez spotted filming reshoots in Los Angeles for her upcoming movie “The Boy Next Door” on June 23, 2014 / Miley Cyrus leaving her hotel via the back door and heading for the M.E.N Arena. in Manchester on December 28, 2009 / Britney Spears shopping at Planet Blue’s flagship store in Malibu on March 10, 2014

Also stay away from scam websites that are only out to deceive buyers with their fake UGG products. These websites often use phrases like “cheap uggs” and misspellings like “ugh boots”. For a more detailed guide spotting scam websites, read how to tell if a shopping website is fake at first glance.

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