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i want ugg boots cheap but they have to be the real deal.

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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
hi all i have been browsing the internet i have come across this website that i can get myself a pair of ugg boots from but want to know if you all think they are genuine before i jump in and buy them. they are the tall chocolate ones and they would be £85 delivered.

the web site is http://www.yoyosilver.com.
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
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banned#1
i doubt it, but going to check
banned#2
pictures are of genuine boots, but thats as afr as i could go on saying they are genuine
#3
thanks sassie let me know what you think.
#4
i was reading the faqs and according to that everything sold by them is authentic just seems cheap but if i am going to get authentic boots its well worth it i like the metallic ones as well.
banned#5
i personally wouldnt go for them, there selling tiffany jewellery at £40/£50 i dont think so


there is a massive thread on mse about ugg boots, but its like a hundred and odd pages long, well it was at last look - lol
#6
i havent a clue what to do here i have also seen a pair on ebay but my mum got stung last year with a pair ummmm cant afford £185 for a pair.
banned#7
greyparrot
i havent a clue what to do here i have also seen a pair on ebay but my mum got stung last year with a pair ummmm cant afford £185 for a pair.


hun, there £160 a pair, if you think your gonna get a pair for much less then there going to be fake, and ebay for uggs - lol

there is some genuine sellers on ebay, but you will not get them cheap
#8
#9
I really don't think they will be real - take a look at the pics of the soles, there are solid lines going across the soles (on the tall choc pics) real ugg australia boot aint like that.
Remember if you are buying from abroad then you will more than likely get hit with import charges which can be £20+ which means that they wont be so much of a bargain even if they are real! :thumbsup: Check out the thread on MSE
#10
Be careful. My wife did the same.
Bought from a site which she thought was genuine but it was not.
Still paid around £70 for a pair of fakes.....
Stick to authentic sites
#11
What's so good about Ugg boots?
banned#12
the soles on these uggs aint any better than the cheapos, have you though about looking for simliar with a better sole, there are some which are styled like uggs but better soles, but for the life of me cant think of the make
#13
Do you mean Emu's Sassie?
banned#14
willsdaddy
Do you mean Emu's Sassie?


no i tried him, but rod said no - lol

ok i'll get me coat :oops:
#15
sassie
no i tried him, but rod said no - lol

ok i'll get me coat :oops:


Poor, very poor :p
#16
Personally I tink these Ugg boots are highly overrated if you look at the actual quality. My daughter had some and I wasn't impressed.
There are better and cheaper out there, it's the UGG you're paying for.


Have a look at this site:
http://www.celtic-sheepskin.co.uk/pages/ugg.asp
#17
sassie
no i tried him, but rod said no - lol

ok i'll get me coat :oops:


lol:p
#18
Greyparrot,
I have posted on the MSE thread about this site - don't touch them with a barge pole!! You will NOT be getting genuine UGGs. All you need to do is check out the enlarged pics of their "Tiffany" jewellery to see that they are very poor quality fakes. Any site that sells some fakes, will sell ALL fakes.

Don't waste your money.

I have just bought a pair of EMU stingers from blackleaf.com and am more than happy with them!
#19
I have some from this site and I believe them to be real.
banned#20
3girls1boy
I have some from this site and I believe them to be real.


could you post some pics of the sole of the boot, also the inside :thumbsup:
#21
Oh man!!! Do you not know how much trouble I have posting pics?!
banned#22
3girls1boy
Oh man!!! Do you not know how much trouble I have posting pics?!


i will help :-D but are you gonna be gutted to find them to be fakes :w00t:
#23
Ha ha! That's fine! I don't care that much as they are nice boots!

The label inside says made in china (I know how ridiculous that sounds.)
What am I supposed to look for on the sole?
banned#24
upload from computer to [url]www.photobucket.com[/url], once uploaded click edit and resize to message board size, then copy the image url (bottom link) and paste it into the little yellow icon you will see in the reply box on here, its along the top of where you type when replying to a (looks like a little yellow envelope with a stamp on)
#25
You make it sound so simple!
banned#26
it is,, just gonna eat me tea, then will find the links to show you what is fake and what is genuine
banned#27
3girls1boy
Ha ha! That's fine! I don't care that much as they are nice boots!

The label inside says made in china (I know how ridiculous that sounds.)
What am I supposed to look for on the sole?


genuine uggs are made in china - off to find you the link to fake v genuine - lol
banned#28
op the ones you have linked to are fake, for some reason the bottom picture showing the sole did not load up when i looked earlier, these are deffo fake
#30
Ok from reading that I still think they are real!! Will try and post pics tomorrow while the kids are at school. At the very least it will help the OP decide whether to buy or not. I still have the box somewhere I will take photos of that too!!
banned#31
3girls1boy
Ok from reading that I still think they are real!! Will try and post pics tomorrow while the kids are at school. At the very least it will help the OP decide whether to buy or not. I still have the box somewhere I will take photos of that too!!


no need for the box, the sole usually gives them away staight away, and the sole on the pics the op has linked are deffo fake
#32
Ok:thumbsup:
1 Like #33
Here is another comparison post:
http://reviews.ebay.co.uk/Fake-UGG-boots-don-apos-t-get-caught-out-like-me_W0QQugidZ10000000004585486

To be quite honest, those on the website do look real to me. I cannot see the registered trade mark logo on the sole though as you mentioned Sassie. It is really hard to tell from those pictures, if they are fakes then they look a damn site better than the fake ones shown on the eBay pages.

If you look at this product:
http://www.yoyosilver.com/product_info.php?cPath=33_87&products_id=543

The label on the back looks perfect. Not bold text, not too far down the badge. It looks millimetre perfect.

Also here:
http://www.yoyosilver.com/product_info.php?cPath=33_87&products_id=544

I think I can just make out a registered trademark logo on the sole. In between the two G's at the top left of the sole. There is some sort of mark there which looks circular, very hard to tell though (straining my eyes lol). Also if you look at the text used on the sole, the G's are very square, unlike the fake pictures which show the G's as more rounded.
banned#34
this place is definately selling fake tiffany jewellery, its selling £160 ugg boots for £85, so realistically what do you think the chances are of these being genuine
#35
Yeah, I think it is more likely those pictures they are using are of different boots (genuine) whereas there stock is not genuine. It also seems to be using a very generic shopping cart system which any body could set up. Not somewhere I would order from, but I guess until 3girls1boy posts back with some pictures there is no way to be 100% sure.

They could even be using fake images of the jewellery without realising (stole from another retailer/seller to save time), and in actuality have genuine stock if that makes sense.

It does appear to me that the images being used on the entire website of their stock are definitely not original pictures they have taken of their stock and are merely taken from other websites.

Just found this in the FAQ:
Is everything on the site real?
We believe that everything on this site is authentic. If for any reason you find that something you purchased on this site is not, please send back, we will refund you 100% and remove the item from the site after investigating its authenticity. We make our suppliers sign a contract that states that all merchandise provided to us is 100% authentic.


I think that pretty much tells us the stuff they are selling is fake. Why else put something in the FAQ that says "we believe" lol, as a reseller they should know if the stock they are selling is real or not, and if they don't then they are obviously dodgy.
banned#36
tiffany jewellery aint £50 a piece, as are genuine uggs not £85 a piece, buy at your own risk op
#37
[url]http://thank you hottoshop. See I said I was rubbish at this!
1 Like #38
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http://i538.photobucket.com/albums/ff350/mumof4_01/P9120158.jpg
#39
http://http://s538.photobucket.com/albums/ff350/mumof4_01/?action=view&current=P9120160.jpg
#40
So whats going on there with the red x business?

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