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in my opinon uggs are not a fad. I've been wearing them for over 3 years and i will continue wearing them 30 years from now, they are warm and comfy best part no socks!!!(i'm too lazy to put on socks lol)Inky Paws said:Goo question! I was wondering if UGgs were going to be popular?
moe said:in my opinon uggs are not a fad. I've been wearing them for over 3 years and i will continue wearing them 30 years from now, they are warm and comfy best part no socks!!!(i'm too lazy to put on socks lol)
Everyone should have a pair of uggs!! I don't think they're the most sexy shoes but they are the most comfy and versitile.
OMG! I am 32 and I remember my parents got me my first pair of UGGs when I was about 12-13 years old. We all ski and UGGs are a MUST (for our family anyways) if you do!!! It's SO NICE to put them on after a day of skiing when you are having your hot cholocate in the lounge!!! I live in Canada and practically don't take off my UGGs from late fall till early spring. They are SO comfy, I would FOR SURE recommend them to anyone!!! I even use my Classic UGGs in the house as slippers. One thing though (FYI), if you do end up getting them, even though UGG sites say to wear them without socks, I wouldn't advise that!!!Inky Paws said:Goo question! I was wondering if UGgs were going to be popular? I hated them the year before and this year they started to grow on me, usually by the time a trend is over it gets popular where I am. There are a ton on sale and i thought hmmmm, I could always were them when outside taking care of the animals though.
Yes, the ones that are made in China run a bit big so you have to size down. The size also depends on style. All of my UGGs are made in New Zealand and they all vary in size. For example, I take US size 8, so in Sundace II style I take 7 and in Classic style I take 8. The other day I tried the Classic style that was made in China and 7 fit me fine. I hope this helps.Dani said:Is it true that they usually run a size large ( or half size?) I'm thinking of picking up a pair on sale now, and using them when I have to go back home to Boston next winter. Also, would you reccomend the tall or the short ones?
Inky Paws said:That's right, it's only going to be spring on one side of the world! I just think it must be bizarre to have Christmas in the middle of summer though.
helenNZ said:hehehe, attached is a pic from the beach on 31 dec 2005! summer in dec??? hehehe! this is how it is on the other side of the world! you guys should come down!