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I definitely found my leather ones to be a bit taller as well as being larger in the calf opening. So weird that they are different! I honestly feel like the leather ones are much better quality and I hope they last me a long time!
I wore my leather ones on a camping holiday. One afternoon, the fire spread into the grass and I spent about ten minutes stomping it out. Their was hardly a mark on my boots, even where the ends of my jeans were smouldering against them.
Just got my leather ones and I can't wait until they break in. I have worn uggs for years and am used to the quick comfort of the suede ones. For those of you wondering about durability of the suede boots, they are very durable my first pair lasted me ten years. Although they were actually made in Australia. We'll see if these Chinese made boots will hold up.
I don't recommend wearing them in snow. I am from California and made the mistake of wearing mine in Boston and slipped and fell on the sidewalk several times in a row repeatedly- the sole is too slick. The soles now have a permanent water stain from the snow.
I have the over knee Bailey Uggs in leather and find them much firmer than the reg sheepskin tall uggs I own.
I love the Emu's and find them more of a substantial boot due to the fiber glass backing on the foot.
I've had my leather uggs for 7 years, now and I could easily get another 7 years out of them. They're not the same style as the ones you got though; my are tall and have a heavier rubber sole. They've lasted through 5 winters in southern ontario (tons of salt!) and are still great for real winters further up north. I have regular suede uggs and they just don't hold up as well in the salt and slush like the leather uggs.
I have 4 pairs of Uggs and they are all different sizes! I am usually a size 4, but have a kids classic short in a kids 4, kids leather kensington in a kids 3, cardy in adults 5 and tall baily button in adults 4. I bought all mine in the US where they are much much cheaper. If you are a UK 6 or smaller u should fit into kids and save lots of money!
I have classic short in grey that I've had for over 5 years and they are still going strong, I keep them with the cardboard foot insert and leg inserts and store them in the box with all the packing in them when I'm not wearing them and it keeps them nice I think :) I've got classic short in black too but only worn those twice so far, the leather are a real bargain *goes to check them out* lol xxx
+miss budget beauty Oh no, really? Maybe my black ones won't be as good as the grey then? I have had them a couple of years but never wear them god knows why, the leather ones look great though, love them and have added them to my basket ha ha ;) I always keep mine like that don't know if it helps but worth a try :) xxx
my old pair did really well in all weathers and I wore them loads but I think they've changed cause they felt so much less substantial.. I think I will try and keep them the same as you did though when I'm not using them
I have the tall black 'suede' ones from 2006 and they wore well. I haven't actually wore them for a few years though, but did a lot for about 2 years. They didn't seem too flimsy at the front, they must be a bit different now. In Australia they only wear them as slippers, not out doors, that's why they aren't too supportive. I think they brought in all the out door styles because of them becoming popular every where else. (My husband is Australian, I'm from the uk)
I have the classic short "suede" boots in electric blue and the tall in chestnut, and i feel like you've had a rough deal here with the black "suede" ones. I bought both of mine in America, and bought my normal size in both and i didn't at all have a problem with feeling like my toe would go through the material. These just didn't seem of very good quality, although they are obviously Ugg! It definitely seems like the leather ones will work out better for you and they'll definitely be better for New York (: xx
The leather ones will become a lot softer. My doc martens have be scars from the blisters but now fit like a slipper (odd comparison I know) but I think eventually the leather ones will be more comfortable
Please read the shoe experts blog about ugg boots. They offer no support and can cause a foot fungus. If you wear these please use an insole that will support your foot/arch. In years to come you may need an osteopath.
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