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How to Identify Fake Ugg Boots?

The Ugg boots are generally known as comfortable and fash vrxcueay. uggs a prueba de aguaionable choices for freezing feet almost everywhere. And it's not hard to identify their design. However, is it easy to tell whether the boots are the original products or low-priced fakes? As far as I know, there are a great number of fake Ugg boots which are faked well in quite a few areas of our planet.

So I want to tell you the best six methods to distinguish whether your boots are genuine or not.

Firstly, you can look at the price. original Ugg boots are always high-priced, which cost you about one hundred and fifty dollars to two hundred dollars. However imitations can be obtained with much less money. If perhaps the pairs appear new and they are very cheap, the boots may not be the real ones.

Secondly, you should not ignore their printing. Included with the purchase is a tiny care brochure, showing you the way to care for your completely new boots. In fact, the genuine boots have pretty good brochure printing with raised labels. And reproductions may look just as great. The only distinction is that barely any of the printing on the imitated booklets is raised.

Thirdly, you must pay attention to the tags. Fakes sometimes have wrinkled label stitches. Additionally, when you look at the labels for the manufacturing location, you ought to remember that the labels which show "Made in China" are real, and others are counterfeits.

Fourthly, you can smell the boots. I do advise you to take a whiff before you put on them. Besides, you must not confuse the smell of your own foot with the odor of the chemicals used to color synthetic fabrics. The scent resembles that of paint and the original boots are obviously odorless.

Fifthly, you need to focus on their color. The genuine boots usually are not manufactured in any color referred to as "camel". Therefore, the "camel" color on the tags demonstrates that the boots are replicas. Furthermore, several fakes have blue trademarks on them and the real ones have never had blue labels.

Lastly, the boots are made out of real sheepskin which has beige color and is quite smooth. Whereas, most counterfeits have artificial fur which is kind of prickly or have artificial sheepskin which is brighter in color. In addition, real sheepskin is also much more everlasting than the fraud. And fake fur will break down slightly once rubbed.

With the above experience, I confirm that you will be capable to buy the Ugg boots without having fear of counterfeits, except if a fraud is what you are looking for.

Ni Gong is a freelance writer who writes on a wide range of topics on shopping review in various jurisdictions. For more information on the topic discussed in this article, refer to my shopping review about Ugg boots [http://www.ugg-boots4sales.com].

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Pogs, Tazos, Flippos, and other milkcaps

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Milkcap Mania is the UK's premier milkcap/pog/tazo website, including scans of many milkcaps, pogs and tazos. Use the Menu on the right hand side of the page to navigate the site.

Milkcaps/pogs/tazos are basically circles of card with images on that are collectable and also used as a game. Milkcaps is the generic term used to describe them, but they are also well known as Pogs, Tazos or Flippos. There are many different makes and styles of milkcaps, although this site features mainly POG milkcaps, Slammer Whammers and Krome Kaps.

If you are new to milkcaps/pogs/tazos, please see below for the story of how pogs were created and what they are. You can also check out the guide to playing milkcaps/pogs/tazos, the guide to slamming techniques, and the guide to pog storage.

If you would like to contribute to the site you can register as a member and will then have the ability to edit the information on each milkcap/pog/tazo page.

Also, if you have some Pogs, Tazos, Flippos, etc. that you would like to scan to send me so I can add them to the website, this would be appreciated. However, before scanning them you might want to contact us first to check whether I already have a scan of them or not. I already have most of my collection scanned, but only part of it is currently on the website, so I don't want to waste your time scanning something if I've already got it. Scans should be at 300DPI. Preferably saved as a .png file for maximum quality, though this might result in a file size too large for emailing, so jpg/jpeg is fine too.


Site Updates

  • 12th November 2017

    This week I've added a few Tasos, some Zo Boy pogs, and thanks to Klaas for the full set of Pokémon Danone caps.

  • 5th November 2017

    Just one update this week - the full set of Barbie Avimage WPF pogs and Kinis (Slammers), thanks to Klaas.

  • 29th October 2017

    Thanks to Klaas for scans of the full set of The Dinosaur Collection. And thanks to Vincent for some Adidas Kids Foot Wackers! And I'm not sure who sent me these images, but I've added some Черепашки Ниндзя (TMNT) caps.

  • 22nd October 2017

    It's been a long time since the last update, but this week I've added some Pimousse and X-Men White card caps. And thanks to Victor Noda for the scan of the blue 'Human Bullet' The Tick kini.

  • Older updates

    Older updates / news are on the archived news page.


The Story of POGs

From 'The Unofficial POG and Cap Players Handbook' by Jason Page

It all started in 1927 - the year the Haleakala Dairy in Maui, Hawaii, brought out a new brand of fruit juice. The top of each bottle had a small round cardboard lid or cap.
Times were hard in Hawaii - despite the warm sunshine, fabulous beaches and all the coconuts you could eat The 1930s were the years of the Great Depression. Thousands of people lost their jobs and they had no money to spend on new toys.
Children had to make their own games. And that's when the caps off the juice drinks caught someone's eye. Soon a game sprang up, invented entirely by children. The idea was to flip the bottle caps. These became known as POGs because the ingredients of the drink were Passion fruit, Orange and Guava.

The kids drew designs on the caps and also made slammers. These slammers were usually three caps glued together. They called them kinis - the Hawaiian word for 'king'.
The craze lasted a number of years but eventually faded away. It would probably have dissapeared forever if it hadn't been for a school teacher, Blossom Galbiso. She had played POGs with all her friends when she was growing up in the 1930s. In 1991 she decided to teach the game to the pupils in her class.

They loved it and told the others in the school, who told all their friends in other schools. Once again the whole of Hawaii was going mad for POGs. The game was bigger than ever before. In fact, by 1992 it was reckoned that the average child in Hawaii had a collection of 1,700 POGs.
In 1993 POGs flipped over to mainland America. First California, then one by one all the other states caught on to the craze. National tournaments were organised and other makes of caps were invented to cope with the demand.

POGs were launched in the UK at the beginning of 1995, and over 30 million caps have been sold here since. After about 1996 the cap craze started to die, which is a shame as it is such a great game. Maybe in another 70 years the game will be revived and start a massive craze again. Who knows?


Other Pog / Tazo / Flippo / Milkcap websites

  • Génération Pog - French pog website with high quality scans of many WPF POG milkcaps, along with some other milkcaps.
  • Pogs-Mania - Another French pog website.
  • Tazos e Cards - Brazilian tazos and other milkcaps.
  • International Tazos Guide - Pogs and Tazos from around the world with a comprehensive section on Australian Tazos.
  • wrappers.ru - Russian website with caps from bubble gum and also a collection of other non bubble gum caps.
  • Catawiki Caps and Pogs catalogue - Pogs and Tazos from around the world with very good coverage of Dutch and Belgian caps.
  • Weggevertjes - Not a cap specific website, but covers Dutch freebies including various caps such as Flippos.
  • Capsgallery.ru - Russian website with scans of a variety of differents pogs / caps.
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