Are this UGGs genuine ? bought on ebay

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Found 12th Jun 2011
hi,
i need an advice ... don't know much about UGGs, i am sure lots of people here knows somebody who has got UGGs.
Are they look genuine ?

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how to check it ?
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For the love of God, please say English isn't your first language?!
I'm going to say fake......................The word Australia should be bold.
no, sorry, i am not english ...
http://img225.imageshack.us/img225/1027/uggn.jpg
eBay = high probability of being fake.
so instead of UGG you ended up with MUGG

magdazdeb

no, sorry, i am not english ...



Forgiven
thx for upload and sorry for my language ...
master_chief

Forgiven



thank you
I'm saying fake too (albeit reasonable fakes). The label doesn't look right and I don't know if they've changed the design or not as I bought mine a few years ago but I have two pairs and neither have a tab on the back!
Edit: Also check the tread, compare to a real pair - they have a distinctive design and from the side, yours don't look like they'd follow the same pattern.
Edited by: "baffledsalmon" 12th Jun 2011
Real ones now have a hologram on the label on the inside.

polish?

magdazdeb

thx for upload and sorry for my language ...


DangerGod

polish?




yeah polish thank you all, will send back and refund request.
Oh well, put in claim against the seller when you've received them. Should get a refund according to previous posts on here and not need to send boots back possibly.
how much did you pay for them?
secretwoman123

how much did you pay for them?



£96
You didn't need to post a pic. You bought them on eBay. Nuff said
Fake, the fur inside should be darker then what it is.
magdazdeb

£96



Just a thought.next time, ask for advice before you buy.
OP - Check out there is a UGG Outlet in Bicester that might have genuine UGG's for near what you paid.

They look fake to me and I just got some from a genuine store in Australia for around that price - the label at the back and the sole sides look different.
They look like the special shoes kids wore when I was younger
Link here for some on the ugg site. The label looks different to me but the rest look ok. Then again I've never owned a pair of uggs.
master_chief

Oh well, put in claim against the seller when you've received them. … Oh well, put in claim against the seller when you've received them. Should get a refund according to previous posts on here and not need to send boots back possibly.



You have to provide a report that they are fake IIRC to Ebay
dinkii

Link here for some on the ugg site. The label looks different to me but … Link here for some on the ugg site. The label looks different to me but the rest look ok. Then again I've never owned a pair of uggs.



they are also fake lol
deanos

You have to provide a report that they are fake IIRC to Ebay



Would be worth a trip to an offical UGG reseller then
dinkii

Link here for some on the ugg site. The label looks different to me but … Link here for some on the ugg site. The label looks different to me but the rest look ok. Then again I've never owned a pair of uggs.



That is a fake website.
Fakes. There is not enough tread on the bottom sole, nor is it deep enough. The stitching/over locking looks bad quality if you look at a genuine pair the over locking is tighter and more uniform than that. UGG mini's which I think these are do have a tab on the back, the classic shorts don't. All in all these are a very good copy, but you overpaid for a copy.
dinkii

Link here for some on the ugg site. The label looks different to me but … Link here for some on the ugg site. The label looks different to me but the rest look ok. Then again I've never owned a pair of uggs.



this is a classic example of a fake - look at the sole!
They look like a £6 pair from Primark with a stitched on UGG label.

The inner fluffy stuff looks to thick, and to light in colour.

The Stitching is not off the "ugg" quality..

The soles would be a good indicator..

Good luck..

It's strange the OP is worrying about buying fakes when she doesn't mind selling fakes to other poor mugs. karma I say
Shellywelly

this is a classic example of a fake - look at the sole!



haha! it was the first website I come to on my phone. I personally don't like uggs so don't know the differences.
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