Sunday, July 31, 2011

How To Spot Fake Ugg Boots

One of the areas I have focused on with my Squidoo lenses is Ugg Boots and alternatives to Ugg Boots. Some of the alternatives to Ugg Boots include sheepskin boots made from quality manufacturers. I have never supported the idea of buying counterfeit Ugg boots. Why? Boots which feature the trade names of another company are rip offs. The company behind the boots has no incentive to make a quality product and most likely they will quickly fall apart. Therefore, I have made a lens to help people to know how to spot fake ugg boots.


  1. What an excellent idea! You are completely right about the quality of the ripoffs being poor. As a Kiwi, Ugg Boots were a way of life (probably still are but Im not in NZ now) and they really take a lot of wear and tear before they get worn out. Fantastic for those bitterly cold winters!

  2. Hi Dee:

    Yes, I have heard that many people in Australia and NZ who live in cold climate areas wear Uggs. In the rest of the world, they are quite controversial. Thanks for dropping by and telling us what a Kiwi thinks.