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How can you tell that ugg boots are authentic?
Learning to tell the difference between real UGG boots and fake UGG boots is relatively simple. If you plan to buy authentic UGG boots you might have an easier time finding a reasonable price online. The problem is that if you buy themonline you won’t get to see them in person before you make your final choice and purchase. If you plan to buy online check for the following to make sure you’re buying from a reputable UGG retailer: Are you purchasing from an online retailer that sells UGG boots exclusively? There are dozens of online retailers but some are merely UGG boot companies with an online presence. If they’re selling nothing but UGGs you stand a better chance of receiving something authentic. If you use an online retailer you should choose one that is based out of Australia. Most of the world’s Merino sheep population is based in Australia and New Zealand. There’s really no reason for your boots to be made anywhere else, especially since that’s where the original idea originated. Does the online retailer list that the boots are “lined with wool” or that they are made from authentic sheepskin? If the former, steer clear. Does the online retailer you have chosen have complaints against him filed with the Better Business Bureau? If so, what are the nature of the complaints? If a company has just one or two then things are likely ok. If they have a myriad of complaints then you need to consider whether or not they’re going to sell you authentic shoes. Once you place your order from what you’ve deemed to be an authentic retailer you’ll have to wait for your boots to come in the mail. When they arrive you’ll need to look at the boots themselves. Some things to look for include: The “UGG Australia” label on the back of a pair of real UGG boots will be uniform in size,
have clear labeling, and will be stitched neatly. The label on the back of most fake boots have verry narrow tags and the stitching covers some of the wording on the label. We all know UGG boots have a distinct shape. Real UGG boots have a rounded top to the foot. Fake UGG boots have a very narrow, conelike top. On the bottom of the sole you’ll find that some UGG manufacturers have the word UGG stamped into the rubber. While it’s important to note that all UGG manufacturers (like Ugg Boot Central) do not do this, the ones that do will have the “R” trademark symbol beneath the word “UGG”. Fakes will not. The wool inside of a pair of real UGG boots will be thick and soft. The wool inside a pair of fake UGG boots will be thin and maybe even fluffy. You may not even get real wool inside UGGs that are not authentic. The sole of a pair of authentic UGG boots is relatively thin and is very flexible. The soles of fake UGG boots are usually thicker and made of a dense material that does not bend easily.