The UGG Australia Sheepskin Boot has certainly enjoyed more than its fifteen minutes of fame. UGG boots have developed from a household slipper to a fashion must-have in a matter of decades. World war pilots initially discovered UGG Australia footwear for their warmth during high altitude flights. A few years later the UGG Australia market increased to include surfers and swimmers who wanted to keep their feet warm without overheating them. The Australian brand found international recognition in the 1970s when an Australian surfer named Brian Smith took several pairs of UGG Australia Boots to the United States–soon the boots were a fashionable choice with the California surfer set, and these days are even seen in fashion shows of the world’s finest designers.

The Classic Tall Boots

The UGG Australia Classic Tall Boots are made with the same fine craftsmanship as the other footwear products available from UGG Australia. They sport a tanned sheepskin outer surface with wool lining and feature raw seams, reinforced heel, and branded heel label. The tall upper can be folded over for an accent, and you can also wear pants outside the boot or tucked in, depending on your style and needs.

UGG Australia is amongst the most popular brands of boot for women. They are durable and comfortable. They are capable of keeping feet warm without overheating them, and withstand many weather conditions. The design of the boots has developed from the early days of raw seamed brown leather with no adornments to a variety of different colour leathers with coordinated stitching.

Like the other UGG footwear, the UGG Australia Classic Tall Boots can be broken in easily and will mold to your feet. Some wearers advise not to wear socks since they may be uncomfortable and will interfere with the boot becoming custom-molded to your feet. The choice is yours. Try your new boots with socks or without socks and see what is most comfortable for you. Either way you will love these boots which will keep your feet warm and toasty during those cold winter months.

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