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Girls' UGG style boots @ ALDI £5.99

£5.99 @ ALDI
The must have fashion item for girls. Incredibly comfortable with a snug cosy feel that is more like a sock than a shoe. Ideal for both indoor and outdoor use. Available in three fashionable colours. … Read More
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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
The must have fashion item for girls. Incredibly comfortable with a snug cosy feel that is more like a sock than a shoe. Ideal for both indoor and outdoor use. Available in three fashionable colours. Sizes: 13-2.
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#1
LOL

You wouldnt know there was any other type of boot - the aussies at work tell me they are only meant to be worn inside the house - fashion eh?
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#2
GuyUK;4321914
LOL

You wouldnt know there was any other type of boot - the aussies at work tell me they are only meant to be worn inside the house - fashion eh?
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Obviously they weren't surfers when they lived in Oz in days of yore....:roll:
#3
they are not 'UGG' with out the label on the back etc
#4
Moviestar
they are not 'UGG' with out the label on the back etc



'UGG style'......I think the label on the back should say 'MUGG' lol....the originals are soooo overpriced.
Have a cheapo pair of similar to these, paid a fiver for them thought they would do for walking the dogs, I have to say I loath this style, (but then I do have a shoe and boot fettish and anything without a heel is really not my first choice) they are completely ugly as you would expect but have to admit even the fake UGGS are warm and good on the slippery pavements....worth a fiver but just hope no one I know sees me wearing them lol
#5
When places like Aldi start selling the latest fashion "trend", it's time to start wearing something different :thumbsup:
#6
Cuddy
When places like Aldi start selling the latest fashion "trend", it's time to start wearing something different :thumbsup:

lol...good point....:-D
#7
If you wear an "UGG" labelled product it means that you are willing to pay much more ££££ for something that is "chic" and you know and others know that you had spent much more ££££ for UGG and the label is the evidence. The same person would be very likely NOT pay ££££ if the label had been cut off after purchase (even though it is exactly the same product albeit without the tag). The brand is the feel good factor which is what you pay the extra money for. It may be vain but paying much more money for a product , especially if it exudes quality of construction or beauty, make you feel good. Likewise for the same hourly rate of wages , you feel much better if someone paid you £50 /hr whearas for the same work if someone paid you £5 /hr you feel cheap.
#8
splender
If you wear an "UGG" labelled product it means that you are willing to pay much more ££££ for something that is "chic" and you know and others know that you had spent much more ££££ for UGG and the label is the evidence. The same person would be very likely NOT pay ££££ if the label had been cut off after purchase (even though it is exactly the same product albeit without the tag). The brand is the feel good factor which is what you pay the extra money for. It may be vain but paying much more money for a product , especially if it exudes quality of construction or beauty, make you feel good. Likewise for the same hourly rate of wages , you feel much better if someone paid you £50 /hr whearas for the same work if someone paid you £5 /hr you feel cheap.


not that im defending the price of UGG's but I have never seen anybody wearing them actually walking on the sidewall of the boot.

where as the cheap copys with no real structure too them... well... you walk behind some people wearing them and you'll see what I mean :)
#9
droitwichgal
not that im defending the price of UGG's but I have never seen anybody wearing them actually walking on the sidewall of the boot.

where as the cheap copys with no real structure too them... well... you walk behind some people wearing them and you'll see what I mean :)


Agree. I have had 2 cheap pairs of Ugg-style boots,after a month or 2 you end up walking on the sides of the boot. I've had my proper Uggs now since november and they still look like new. They are definately more supportive than the cheaper boots.
#10
GuyUK;4321914
LOL

You wouldnt know there was any other type of boot - the aussies at work tell me they are only meant to be worn inside the house - fashion eh?
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Rated for heat


I doubt very much whether these are sheepskin at this price, so you wouldn't want to wear them around the house or anywhere else for long for that matter.

droitwichgal;4327136
not that im defending the price of UGG's but I have never seen anybody wearing them actually walking on the sidewall of the boot.

where as the cheap copys with no real structure too them... well... you walk behind some people wearing them and you'll see what I mean :)


That's interesting to know. I was walking behind a girl the other day who was walking on the sides of her (what must've been) cheapo generic Uggs. The angle her feet were at it couldn't have been doing her much good.
#11
Ive bought a pair of the cheaper ones (not uggs) got them to wear as slippers in the house and you do end up walking on the side part of the boot and its not good for your feet...got very uncomfy and I chucked them away after a week or so.
#12
Victoria Plumb
you do end up walking on the side part of the boot and its not good for your feet...


I’ve seen toooo many people walk around like that, and it does look uncomfortable.
#13
As the saying goes, you get what you pay for! Although UGG's are certainly a lot more expensive, they are much better made and so should avoid walking on the sidewalls like the cheap imitations!
#14
TBH my daughter has a pair recently bought for her from New Look @ £25; she is alreadty walking on the side wall and I am concerned about her foot health . (10 years old)I feel I may "lose" them for her very soon.

I, on the other hand or foot!!, have a pair of similar style, not Uggs but Kiwi sheepskin, and have had them for 3 years. No side wall walking, no wearing flat of the sole at all. The only sign of wear is the black sheepskin has faded to charcoal grey!

Pay your money, make your choice I guess, if you're fortunate enough to be able to!
#15
Princefan
Agree. I have had 2 cheap pairs of Ugg-style boots,after a month or 2 you end up walking on the sides of the boot. I've had my proper Uggs now since november and they still look like new. They are definately more supportive than the cheaper boots.


bobdylan
As the saying goes, you get what you pay for! Although UGG's are certainly a lot more expensive, they are much better made and so should avoid walking on the sidewalls like the cheap imitations!


totally agree... you have to pay for quality, especially for clothings....

for example, jeans, you can pay £10 or £100+ for a pair.....

I would much rather paying £100 for a decent pair than having 10 pairs of rubbish
banned#16
however much you pay for these style boots, you look god awful in em!
banned#17
anthonylei
totally agree... you have to pay for quality, especially for clothings....

for example, jeans, you can pay £10 or £100+ for a pair.....

I would much rather paying £100 for a decent pair than having 10 pairs of rubbish

£100 for a pair of jeans!!? I saw a guy in New Zealand about five years ago pay £300 quid for a pair of jeans, does that mean his pair would be 3 times better than the £100 pound pair you would buy?........
#18
Throbbing Beast;4443181
however much you pay for these style boots, you look god awful in em!


I dunno, Sienna Miller looked alright.
#19
droitwichgal
not that im defending the price of UGG's but I have never seen anybody wearing them actually walking on the sidewall of the boot.

where as the cheap copys with no real structure too them... well... you walk behind some people wearing them and you'll see what I mean :)


Try walking around newcastle uni mate, they're all wearing them and all walking on the sides. Saw one lass who was just walking on the side, the sole wasn't even on the floor.

And they seem to make people shuffle their feet, rather than walking properly?!
#20
splender
It may be vain but paying much more money for a product , especially if it exudes quality of construction or beauty, make you feel good.


It would make me feel ripped off. And certainly these boots don't exude beauty!
#21
Throbbing Beast
£100 for a pair of jeans!!? I saw a guy in New Zealand about five years ago pay £300 quid for a pair of jeans, does that mean his pair would be 3 times better than the £100 pound pair you would buy?........


i didnt say it would be 3 times better.... what i am trying to say is you have to pay a little more for quality...

I also think some brand are over priced and not worth their value :thumbsup:

Bossworld
Try walking around newcastle uni mate, they're all wearing them and all walking on the sides. Saw one lass who was just walking on the side, the sole wasn't even on the floor.

And they seem to make people shuffle their feet, rather than walking properly?!


that is because most student would not pay £200 for a pair of shoes

a good number of uni students has the image to live cheaply....

but why???

P.S. I am a uni student as well
#22
anthonylei


that is because most student would not pay £200 for a pair of shoes

a good number of uni students has the image to live cheaply....

but why???

P.S. I am a uni student as well


Nah they're all wearing the branded Ugg ones, most if not all are walking on the side of the shoe as well
#23
I've got real uggs, when I got them home couldn't believe I'd paid £120 for them ( with discount code bought from Shudoo from £160). Nearly 2 years down the line they still look like brand new and the heel hasn't collapsed.

They may look ugly but they are so comfy and warm and worth every penny to me.

Best 'fakes' I saw were from Costco, their own brand called Lakeland for around £25 and made of real sheepskin.

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