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below average.....1 month later maybe not,
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This review is from: Ukala Women's Sydney Low Boot (Apparel)
always worn EMU boots but since they discontinued the bronte i hesitated trying the ukala....just didn't look like the quality of the bronte. i was right. the ukala syndey doesn't have the arch support that the bronte had. ukala sydney sole is horrible for outside, no traction, also slippery even inside. suede isn't as supple as the bronte. inside foot bed less quality. gave them 3 stars for the nice charcoal color and they do keep feet warm. overall quite disappointed. time to try uggs.
UPDATE DEC 21 2011.....after wearing around for awhile i have decided they were okay for the money spent and would purchase again to knock around indoors. i spend much time at my yurt in northern rockies and they do keep the feet warm....and surprisingly, worked great with snowshoes in a trek to my local market. so today i am purchasing another pair. uggs top in quality but expensive, yesterday $160.00 for uggs, today $37.00 for ukala. ukalas run large, uggs size 10.....ukalas size 9. PEACEFUL HOLIDAY TO ALL.
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Initial post: Dec 22, 2011 6:48:10 AM PST
J. Labonte says:
Have you tried Koolaburra? I have been lucky to find a couple pairs of these on sale (at hautelook.com) and paid $50 for a pair of them recently. Authentic SHEEPSKIN not suede w/ merino like the Ukalas... They are UGG quality but you can sometimes find them for less than half the price. Oh, and Koolaburras are actually made in Australia. If you can find them for a good price (maybe on eBay) they are well worth it.
Posted on Dec 31, 2011 2:08:47 PM PST
Jennifer Griffo says:
Go for bearpaw or uggs! I just bought the bearpaw boetis II (amazing and comfortable) and the sequin uggs (could wear them for a year straight!) Everything else is just a wanna be
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