Authenticate UGG boots

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  1. Does anyone know where to authenticate an UGG boots bought off of eBay?

    I'm in VA...

  2. Can you post a picture or link?
  3. Hi! I have pictures of my new UGG boots :smile:
    Can someone please tell me if these are authentic?
    How should the box be? And I've heard, that on the care cards the text should be written in silver? On my card it's in bronze..?
    But IMO these boots looks auth..I've studied the auth. guides on I'm not sure..
    Thank you in advance!! :flowers:
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  4. Oh, there's cat hair on the soles! :yucky:

    But here's a few more pics :smile:

    My sister don't know UGGs, but she says the tag on the heel is too is about 4 centimers wide, and about 2 centimeters high..normal?
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  5. I don't own any pairs of classics, actually, so I can't compare mine to yours. But these look authentic. The only thing about them which is questionable is the sole pattern on the bottom of the boot. The guides which you read will probably tell you that if there is a solid line stopping the pattern from reaching the end of the boot instead of it melding with the rest it is fake. However, the "line" stopping the pattern of your boots does not look like the one pictured as fake in this guide
    Therefore, as nothing else about them looks unusual, I would say that these are genuine uggs. Congrats!
  6. Thank you so much! :smile:)

    I was looking at the line, but there's really not a line in the same way as on the fake picture..much less!

    Yay auth. uggs :smile:
  7. Just bought a pair today from an Uggs authenticated retailer. I also have a pair of fake Uggs, purchased online. The label on the back of the fake pair has the first "G" crossing over into the right side of the "U". On the real pair each letter is complete. One sure way to tell if they are fake is pull on the lining toward the center of the shaft on the inside of the boot. If the lining pulls away from the boot itself, they are probably fake. The lining in authentic Uggs is actually sewn to the boot and will not pull away, I was told today from the retailer I purchased mine from. The real Uggs are so much lighter weight than the fakes. Hope this helps.
  8. They're real, no worries.
  9. Please post authenticity questions about shoes in the Glass Slipper forum :ty:
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