“Snugg” in Your Uggs

The UGG brand was founded by a young Australian surfer on the shores of Southern California in 1978. His Aussie roots inspired the coastal classics creating a symbol of relaxed southern California culture. The brand gained popularity through surf shops and down the California coast. The brand gained such a momentum that in 2000, Oprah declared the UGG one of her “Favorite Things” so the UGG company gifted 350 pairs of boots to her studio audience. The New York Fashion world became crazed with the UGG brand in the early 2000s, evolving the footwear from casual boots and slippers to chic luxuries that graced the pages of Vogue. Then in 2003, the brand exploded overnight after the debut of pastel hues was featured on Oprah’s “Favorite Things” again. UGG finally opened their very first retail store in Soho, in 2006, making its mark on the fashion capital of the world: New York City. The brand is now sold in over 130 other countries designing footwear, handbags, clothing, outerwear, home goods and several other products.

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The Classic Short is a luxurious sheepskin boot that has become an icon of casual style. The boots are already pretreated to protect against water and staining and are updated with the Treadlite by UGG sole providing increased cushioning, durability and traction.

The gray Ugg Classic Short can be worn with a matching gray sweater and black leggings or a nice gray top and denim jeans.

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The chestnut Ugg Classic Short can be worn with a casual tee and denim jeans.

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The sand Ugg Classic Short can be worn with a matching sand-colored sweater and black leggings or a white tee, sand-colored cardigan and denim jeans.

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For the non-classic look, Ugg just debuted a new unlined boot made for street style fashion and is available in six subtle shades: fire opal, marino, tawny, aloe vera, mole and black.

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