Aldon Black Flat Ankle Boots By UGG Australia | Kurt Geiger black ugg boots

Aldon in BLACK UGG AUSTRALIA

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Black Flat Ankle Boots

Step into the new season by teaming Aldon with your everyday looks. Combining comfort and style, this UGG Australia ankle boot is set in classic black, with a cosy exposed wool lining, flat heel and water-resistant leather upper.

Details

Material:
leather

Lining:
shearling

Sole:
rubber

Heel Height:
no heel

Product Code:
1378600109

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  • UK Mainland Monday to Friday within 2-5 working days. Free on orders over £100.
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Women's size guide

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Conversion chart
EU UK USA / Aus Length (cm) Length (in)
35 2 4 22 8.7
35.5 2.5 4.5 22.5 8.9
36 3 5 23 9
36.5 3.5 5.5 23.5 9.3
37 4 6 24 9.4
37.5 4.5 6.5 24.5 9.6
38 5 7 24.5 9.6
38.5 5.5 7.5 25 9.8
39 6 8 25.5 10
39.5 6.5 8.5 26 10.2
40 7 9 26.5 10.4
40.5 7.5 9.5 27 10.6
41 8 10 27.5 10.8
42 9 11 28 11
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Measuring your shoe size

You should measure your feet in the afternoon or evening while standing on a hard surface. Put your foot on a sheet of paper, with your heel against a wall. Mark your toeline and measure the longest part of your foot. You can then use our conversion chart to find your size.

Measuring heel height

All of our heels are measured from the bottom of the heel to the top tip of the heel of the shoe.

Measuring boot height

All of our boots are measured from the bottom of the sole to the top of the back of the shoe.

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Australian ugg boot manufacturers fighting to use the word 'ugg'

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A Sydney manufacturer of ugg boots is facing an uphill battle in a US court, where a global American footwear company is seeking to prevent it from describing its sheepskin boots as "ugg" boots.

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Australian bootmaker in ugg-ly legal battle

A US footwear company is seeking to prevent Sydney-based Australian Leather from selling 'ugg boots' around the world.

Australian Leather Pty Ltd has been manufacturing ugg boots since the early 1990s, using Australian sheepskins to make about 50,000 pairs of the boots every year.

A pair of classic Australian Leather ugg boots retails for $89.

Not scared of a fight: Eddie Oygur of Australian Leather is fighting to use the word 'ugg.'
Not scared of a fight: Eddie Oygur of Australian Leather is fighting to use the word 'ugg.' Photo: James Alcock

The court action against the Sydney small business is the latest attempt by US footwear label Deckers Corporation to trademark the word "Ugg" around the world.

"We are nothing compared to that company," said the founder and owner of Australian Leather, Eddie Oygur.

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"In the past they have closed down dozens of small manufacturers in Australia, but if the legal protection was provided it would create many hundreds of jobs and tens of millions in export earnings amongst Australian ugg boot makers."

In Australia the flat-soled, sheepskin boots are considered a quintessentially Australian clothing item, and as a result "ugg boots" is considered a generic term for the style and is used by multiple manufacturers.

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However in 1999 "UGG Australia" was successfully registered as a trademark of Deckers Corporation, which has an annual turnover of $2.4 billion. That trademark now stands in the US, China and the EU, meaning Australian manufacturers like Mr Oygur are unable to sell in overseas markets.

Made in Australia: Zeehan Khan glues together a boot in the Western Sydney factory of Australian Leather.
Made in Australia: Zeehan Khan glues together a boot in the Western Sydney factory of Australian Leather. Photo: James Alcock

"Since 2009 we have missed out on one [overseas] order for 200,000 pairs a year, and another order to Germany for 75,000 pairs. From just those alone I have lost a minimum of $20 million in business," he said.

"Deckers advertise [their boots] as UGG Australia, but there's nothing Australian about it."

Mr Oygur said Deckers boots display the "UGG Australia" logo on the heel, but a close look inside the boots reveals that they are made in China.

Ugg boot manufacturer Eddie Oygur and Senator Nick Xenophon don a pair of ugg boots to highlight the upcoming battle ...
Ugg boot manufacturer Eddie Oygur and Senator Nick Xenophon don a pair of ugg boots to highlight the upcoming battle against a US global footwear brand to use the word 'ugg'. Photo: James Alcock

A pair of Deckers UGG Australia boots seen by  Fairfax Media showed a 'Made in China' label stitched on the inside of the inner sheepskin layer.

Deckers has been contacted for comment.

The 'Made in China' label on the interior of a pair of Deckers Corporation UGG Australia boots.
The 'Made in China' label on the interior of a pair of Deckers Corporation UGG Australia boots. 

The court action by Deckers is calling for sweeping orders, including for all of Australian Leather's ugg boot stock to be delivered to Deckers in the US for destruction, all funds in the company's bank accounts to be transferred to Deckers, as well as multi-million dollar punitive damages.

South Australian Independent Senator Nick Xenophon said the action "looks like a complete abuse of trademark laws".

The UGG Australia logo on the back of a pair of Deckers Corporation boots.
The UGG Australia logo on the back of a pair of Deckers Corporation boots. 

"This is legal bullying...This is a $2.4 billion corporation taking on a small business. Thats why I've put up legislation that we should be protecting the word 'ugg'," he said.

"The government needs to back Australian business. Politicians can talk about supporting Australian jobs, but they need to put their money where their mouth is."

Senator Xenophon said the situation was no different to "the French protecting champagne, the Portuguese protecting port, the Spanish protecting sherry and even the Greek protecting fetta".

Competition and consumer lawyer Michael Terceiro said, if the Deckers court action was successful, "all Australian products will pushed off the shelves", having huge implications for Australian and overseas consumers.

"We don't believe Australian consumers actually know these are made in China. We think the ACCC should really look at the way they are marketing their products in Australia, because we think they are actually breaching Australian Consumer Law," he said.

With 60 days until the first US District Court hearing, Mr Oygur said he was "not scared of a fight".

"I am a small Australian company, Australian-owned and Australian-made. But I'd like to have the government behind me to say enough is enough."

On their website, Deckers Corporation said "Australian dealers have attempted to pass off their boots as Deckers' UGG Australia brand boots...and to deceive or confuse consumers outside of Australia.

"...In appropriate circumstances, Deckers takes action against dealers in Australia and elsewhere that are engaged in such deceptive trade practices. Deckers welcomes fair competition and has entered into agreements with some Australian sheepskin boot dealers that facilitate lawful competition."

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