UGG is one of those brands that is known worldwide as a leader in fashion, innovation, luxury and quality in footwear. It all started in 1978 when a surfer introduced his sheepskin boots to the California surf community. The surfers benefited from the soft sheepskin because it wicked the moisture away and kept feet cool in weather up to 80 degrees, perfect for late night beach parties. In 1995 UGG® was purchased by Deckers Outdoor Co. This gave them the backing to develop an extensive line of sandals, casual shoes, and boots as well as access to top-notch manufacturing facilities.
Since then the demand for UGG® footwear catapulted their brand into one of the most sought after shoe brands in the world. What keeps us coming back year after for new UGG® boots and shoes? Style & Quality! UGG® updates their Classics line every year with new, seasonal colors, patterns, and materials. The knit styles like the Classic Cardy and the Classic Argyle Boots are fun alternatives to their sheepskin cousins. They also will save you a little green. UGG® also has a chic selection of casual shoes, sandals, and boots that complement a variety of lifestyles. Their luxurious slippers make fabulous gifts for just about everyone on your list and come in a variety of styles and prices. This year’s newest craze is the Bailey Button Boot which is a hybrid of the Classic Cardy and the Classic Short. It’s destined to be this year’s standout style!
In addition to style, Ugg also offers incredible quality with their collection of boots. Many of their Classics are made from twin-face sheepskin which is simply one piece of material that has the soft, fuzzy fleece on the inside and suede (skin) on the outside. Their Grade- A sheepskin is the best quality available. It breathes easily, wicks moisture away and keeps your feet at a comfy temperature. They also have quality foam footbeds and EVA outsoles in many cases.
Ugg makes a limited number of shoes each season, and once they’re gone, they’re gone until the next season. Fashion colors are even more limited, so if you see a pair that you like, you don’t want to wait to reserve your pair!