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Tall classic Ugg in Sunflower £99.00 @ Get The Label

£99.00 @ Get The Label
First post, be gentle. Thought it was a cracking deal!!!!! UGG Australia womens Classic Tall boot in sunflower . The Classic Tall boot features genuine twin-face sheepskin for refreshing comfort.… Read More
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6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
First post, be gentle. Thought it was a cracking deal!!!!!

UGG Australia womens Classic Tall boot in sunflower . The Classic Tall boot features genuine twin-face sheepskin for refreshing comfort.

Lots of sizes!!!
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10% off with code GHOST
#2
Thanks, ordered and thanks for the code :)
#3
6% quidco dont forget
#4
I ordered from this company the other week when a deal was posted on ugg cardigan boots (got a trespass jacket for dd at fab price as well), used a 10% code no problem, quidco showing as tracked and order delivered really quickly with a tracking code emailed to me - really pleased with their service :-)
#5
Anyone know if this get posted out as .5's rather then the single 3-4-5-6 sizes?
#6
Does anyone know why the label is a different colour to the ones on Ugg Australia website?

Also, Sunflower isn't shown on there.

http://www.uggaustralia.com/ProductDetails.aspx?gID=w&productID=5815&model=Classic Tall

Are these definitely the real deal?
#7
get the label is a great compay and totally legit, they are owned by JD sports and tend to sell end of line & clearance stuff.. got my Uggs from there before :)
#8
kassy2005
get the label is a great compay and totally legit, they are owned by JD sports and tend to sell end of line & clearance stuff.. got my Uggs from there before :)

As these are different to what's on the website (the sole, the lining inside, colour) I guess they are last seasons stock then.

Thanks for replying :)
#9
teddyshady
Anyone know if this get posted out as .5's rather then the single 3-4-5-6 sizes?


I would really like to know this too. Generally speaking they recommend you go half a size up in uggs and I know my missus is a 5.5. Lots of places do this for you but it is not universal.
#10
sibeer
teddyshady
Anyone know if this get posted out as .5's rather then the single 3-4-5-6 sizes?
I would really like to know this too. Generally speaking they recommend you go half a size up in uggs and I know my missus is a 5.5. Lots of places do this for you but it is not universal.

if your missus is 5.5. then i would go for ugg size 6. Uggs have thick layer of sheep wool lining the inside of the boot
#11
A few people on MSE have sent these back because the colour isn't great,they seem to be quite light/bright,not my cup of tea either,so order with caution lol
#12
I don't get the hype around these, they look like something an OAP would order from the back of a magazine. Ugly.
#13
sibeer
teddyshady
Anyone know if this get posted out as .5's rather then the single 3-4-5-6 sizes?
I would really like to know this too. Generally speaking they recommend you go half a size up in uggs and I know my missus is a 5.5. Lots of places do this for you but it is not universal.
Ordered these in size 4 (which i am) and they fit perfectly
Yes they are a light tan colour but I like them and they are 100% genuine Uggs really pleased with them and good delivery and correspondance from Get the Label, would shop here again.
#14
spicy_gal
sibeer
teddyshady
Anyone know if this get posted out as .5's rather then the single 3-4-5-6 sizes?
I would really like to know this too. Generally speaking they recommend you go half a size up in uggs and I know my missus is a 5.5. Lots of places do this for you but it is not universal.


if your missus is 5.5. then i would go for ugg size 6. Uggs have thick layer of sheep wool lining the inside of the boot


She is 5 normally but this seems to mean she needs 5.5 when we tried Uggs in the shop. If you look on Amazon for instance they already make the adjustment and sell the 4.5 as a 4, 5.5 as a 5, 6.5 as a 6, etc.

Just got of the phone to them and they do the same here. They send you a half size larger than they list on the website so bear this in mind when ordering.
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Mr No
I don't get the hype around these, they look like something an OAP would order from the back of a magazine. Ugly.


Here, here! Did you mean 'Uggly' though?

Never seen any woman look good in these. In fact, quite the opposite.

Often, the backs of the boots lean over and then they look even worse.

It's only my opinion, and a bloke's one at that, but I feel they make women look ungainly. The larger the figure, the more it is exacerbated.

Apologies for the digression. Not trying to upset anyone.
#16
they are real
#17
These things should be banned!

Apologies for non-Chavs, but they do seem to have worked their way into Chavette culture as part of the ladette-about-town's uniform! Oh, also agree about previous comments about how the boots kinda collapse at the back and look awful.

Sorry folks... grumpy old man syndrome kicking-in; no offense intended. I'm sure this is a good deal.
#18
Loved by silly little girlies, hated by males, and ridiculously expensive for what they are. Bad for your feet too!
#19
Thanks OP, have just ordered for my wife as a Chrimbo pressie.
#20
Quality! Mid way through my last message, I started to write about kind of agreeing with the huge number of haters on UGG deals, and how I think they're not much cop and I can't see they're worth it, but it was irrelevant as my wife liked them, and she'd be wearing them, not me etc etc

I deleted it, as I didn't think it was relevant to the deal, so have found it really amusing that since I started writing, several people had jumped in to voice their opinion.

I can't really imagine myself logging in to write in a deal thread, just to say I didn't like that particular product, if I wasn't actually going to be buying it, or suggesting a credible alternative.

Where do these people find the time to trawl through deals giving their informed opinion? Do they do it only on certain brands and products, or is it anything they want to talk about?

Are there any studies into their motivations, or what drives them? I'd love to do further reading, because I actually find it quite funny / interesting. I'd like to keep one as a Karl Pilkington type pet I could take out with me, get them to talk about something, so I could laugh at them with my mates! :)
1 Like #21
Ordered a pair for the missus. Tesco do a similar style for £20 but I don't think theatwould earn me any 'special treatment'!!
#22
Have I missed this offer as I cant seem to find them :(

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