Image via Wikipedia" Chosen as one of Oprah's favorite things of 2010," and mine too! To say something about your style, UGG boots for a winter statement says it all. They are made of the finest leather, suede, and of course sheepskin in the world. The care that goes into ensuring the quality of this footwear is immeasurable. They are hip, cool, and oh so comfortable. UGG boots are a must have for the winter weather. Here are some of my favorites.
My Pick for Jeans
This is a must have for me and you. These beauties will look killer with a pair of tight fitting jeans and an expresso suede jacket. These UGG's are motorcycle inspired leather sheepskin boots. They are scotch-quard treated and made to last. They come in black, black/leather, chestnut suede, and the expresso that is featured here.
These are the perfect pair to add to your collection. Get them now while they last.............
How to protect yourself from counterfeit UGG products.
Anytime that you are going to purchase items of such quality beware of fakes. Many people get pulled in to the idea that they are getting a deal on expensive footwear when they find the price for a steal. This is not true. If it is cheap, then it is a sign that is fake. Another thing to beware of our purchasing UGG's on eBay. According to their official website, UGG Australian retailers are not allow to put UGG products on auction websites. So be careful when you shop online. Here are some things to look for before making your purchase. Beginning in the Fall of 2010 a reflective authentifications sticker or label will be placed on every UGG product. Beware of Online Retailers that are not authorized to sell UGG products. Furthermore, these brands will never be sold by street vendors or at flea markets. Be wary of websites using the UGG logo within their title. If you go to the official UGG website and within the counterfeit education tab you can type in any address involving UGG and see if they are an official retailer. And remember the old saying, " If it is too good to be true, it probably is.
If you have ever ending up with a counterfeit product, then leave us a comment and tell us about it. We would like to hear about your experiences.