Ugg Eliott boots M and M direct £99 Black & Tan studded. All sizes. £99.99 @ MandM Direct
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Ugg Eliott boots M and M direct £99 Black & Tan studded. All sizes. £99.99 @ MandM Direct

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Found 11th Jan 2014
So this will go colder than an arctic penguin but I've got broad shoulders!
Currently for sale between £125-£150 and I saw some on Coggles 3 weeks ago for £137.
Big plus of these is that they are waterproof which uggs normally aren't.
I love them and hope this helps someone so let the cold votes commence!!

Aw thanks guys, my very first post and its for Ugg boots and its not gone cold!

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I bought some of these a couple of days ago. Received them yesterday.
Most places are selling these between £150- £210.
I love them! Very good quality and a bargain at that price! Uggs last for years.

momin_mama

http://www.mandmdirect.com/01/details/XG1230/Ugg-Womens-W-Eliott-Boots-Chestnut



Although very ugly i voted hot for price

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It is my first post too- so you've all been very kind so far

Code didn't work for me either! Fab boots just ordered

Uggs are expensive but they really do last longer than the cheaper imitations as I discovered last year when I cheaped out. Hot!

I wouldn't agree with the quality, I've had 2 pairs of bailey buttons. First pair wore away at the toe inside making a hole so I got a refund second pair my finger went straight through the back if the boot whilst putting it on. John Lewis will not refund as they are over the 90 days policy, I paid £170 for a rubbish pair of boots would never by ugg again.

Research Ugg's and if then you can live with yourself, go ahead an buy them. Before anyone retorts with "do you wear leather" no I don't. Skins are not a by-product of the meat industry anymore, meat has become the by-product. Sad, but true.

I bought these but not yet come as they are waterproof - love my boots but living in the sticks waterproof is a big plus ;-)

Venus29

Research Ugg's and if then you can live with yourself, go ahead an buy … Research Ugg's and if then you can live with yourself, go ahead an buy them. Before anyone retorts with "do you wear leather" no I don't. Skins are not a by-product of the meat industry anymore, meat has become the by-product. Sad, but true.




I don't wear Uggs but this is their side of the story:

deckers.com/com…are

But as a meat eater I suppose I still can't live with myself, can I?

Hot! Anyone who has these, are they a bit wider at the top than normal uggs? Been looking out for a bargain as my current ugg boots have seen better days (3 years almost constant use - well worth the money!) x

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mrsroberts14712,
They seem the same to me- same width as a classic short.
I love these & sold my much loved Kensington's to fund them & am reslly pleased. They're unusual & I missed out getting some Clovis so think these are ace! Not to everyone's taste but from £210 to £99 looks like a pretty decent bargain to me x

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mrsroberts14712,
They seem the same to me- same width as a classic short.
I love these & sold my much loved Kensington's to fund them & am reslly pleased. They're unusual & I missed out getting some Clovis so think these are ace! Not to everyone's taste but from £210 to £99 looks like a pretty decent bargain to me x

Original Poster

mrsroberts14712,
They seem the same to me- same width as a classic short.
I love these & sold my much loved Kensington's to fund them & am reslly pleased. They're unusual & I missed out getting some Clovis so think these are ace! Not to everyone's taste but from £210 to £99 looks like a pretty decent bargain to me x

mrsroberts14712

Hot! Anyone who has these, are they a bit wider at the top than normal … Hot! Anyone who has these, are they a bit wider at the top than normal uggs? Been looking out for a bargain as my current ugg boots have seen better days (3 years almost constant use - well worth the money!) x

I thought these people wear in cold weather.

Note the 'almost' constant use. For about 8 weeks over the British "summer" my flip flops come out but otherwise the uggs stay on!

Any idea what size should I ORDER if I am 6 (39) they say order one size smaller then the actual size.

beehappy187

I wouldn't agree with the quality, I've had 2 pairs of bailey buttons. … I wouldn't agree with the quality, I've had 2 pairs of bailey buttons. First pair wore away at the toe inside making a hole so I got a refund second pair my finger went straight through the back if the boot whilst putting it on. John Lewis will not refund as they are over the 90 days policy, I paid £170 for a rubbish pair of boots would never by ugg again.



I had the same problem. Bloody great hole in the toe of £200 (price at the time) Bailey buttons. I've been using them as slippers to try and get some of my money's worth. Also had a similar problem with classic uggs. Purchased Bearpaw sheepskin reduced to £30 and so far they've lasted longer than my Uggs.

Would love a pair of uggs, but me too I am confused on what size to get. I am a size 5, can anybody help?

You should order half a size up as that is the equivalent. Because of the lining you need the extra half a size because they are so nice and cosy :-)

What I have searched about size is that it's much better to buy a size smaller.
ebay.co.uk/gds…tml

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I wear a UK 7 so buy an Ugg 7.5.
If you're at all unsure I would check the official ugg UK website & not use ebay just to be safe.

fyke

What I have searched about size is that it's much better to buy a size … What I have searched about size is that it's much better to buy a size smaller. http://www.ebay.co.uk/gds/SIZE-GUIDE-FOR-UGG-AUSTRALIA-BOOTS-/10000000003018698/g.html



I would not recommend going down a size. Ugg recommend you get the half size bigger as this is the equivalent size.

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Am really hoping there's some left next week, thanks for your votes fellow bargain hunters!
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