UGG Classic Short Boots – Genuine Fleece Sockliner

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Style Description: UGG Classic Short are the UGG® Australia’s highest selling and most loveable boots. These boots have unlimited comfort to offer in a very sleek and stylish design. These boots are used and loved by millions around the world and they are still getting more popular. The availability of different color makes them even more demanded. The upper is made from the sheepskin which is durable and soft. The boots has the genuine surf boot silhouette. The upper has the raw seams, reinforced heel and there is the label with UGG® Australia logo on it. The sock liner is made from the original fleece. The lining provides comfort and softness to the foot from all directions. This lining also wicks the moisture away from the foot to maintain healthy and dry wearing. The lining keeps the foot cozy and warm in the cold and hard weather. The outsole is made from EVA which is lightweight and shock absorbing material to deliver comfortable and slip free ride. The heel is ½ inches high which gives you just a little bit of lift. The shaft is 8 ½ inches high with 15 inches of circumference. It weighs just 10 ounces which is very lightweight as compare to rest of the boot styles. You can find this style in these colors: Turquoise, Turkish Tile, Sangria, Sand, Pansy, Nopal, Navy, Lapis, Grey, Chocolate, Chestnut and Black.



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  1. Alyona says:

    I live in Sydney and I’ve never seen a pair under a hundred dlorals.I saw some last week around Circular Quay and (I’m not 100% sure, as I wasn’t really looking to find the price of them, but just turned a pair over to see ..) I think they were around $ 150.Not sure who told you $ 30 but no way!!!I’ll have another look this afternoon and update my answer tonight if I remember. I’d steer clear of buying them around the touristy areas like Circular Quay, The Rocks etc, as they’re likely to be pricier.