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- Pig Leather
- Dyed sheep fur (Fur Origin: Australia, New Zealand, or the United States)
- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately not_applicable from arch
- Fully lined with UGGpure wool
- Molded rubber outsole for indoor/outdoor use
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From the manufacturer
Founded in 1978 by an Australian surfer on the coast of California, UGG is a global lifestyle brand renowned for its iconic Classic boot. First worn by celebrities, and then the world, UGG designs and retails footwear, apparel, accessories, and home décor with an uncompromising attitude toward quality and craftsmanship.
Our slipper collection sets the standard in relaxed luxury. They are offered in a variety of materials, including soft suede, Twinface sheepskin, and wool blends.
Keep your slippers looking as good as new The Ansley slipper has a water resistant upper that should be cared for and cleaned, so blot—don't wipe— spills and stains right away with a clean dry cloth, and use our Care and Cleaning Kit products to maintain their look. We recommend that you use our Water and Stain Repellent to extend the life of the boots and to maintain their water resistance over time. It should be re-applied every few months.
Indoor/outdoor suede slipper
- Product Dimensions: 12 x 6 x 5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B01N63OQ2K
- Item model number: Ansley
- Date first available at Amazon.com: May 2, 2011
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Living at the base of the mountains in Utah, our winters are long and cold. Our house is mostly tile and wood floors and I feel like my feet are CONSTANTLY cold. The North Face slippers were SO COMFORTABLE but they were just way too ugly. I mean, I know they're slippers and maybe that makes me vain, but if I'm going to spend good money I don't want to hate what I see when I look down at my feet. The Minnetonkas are well made, warm and comfortable, but just not quite the style I wanted, so I gifted them to my sister in law and she loves them! Then it came to these... I was really hesitant to buy anything UGG because if I'm being honest, I can't stand UGG boots. I know, I'm like, one of 5 women on the earth probably. Mostly I just can't stand things that are ridiculously trendy, but also because I think they're by and large very ugly. but, I decided to give these a shot.
I wear a true size 8.5 (women) and based on other reviewers saying they ran small/snug, I ordered the 9 thinking they would be just right. When they arrived and I put them on, I immediately understood why people keep saying they fit "snug", but it isn't an ill fitting or uncomfortable "snug". It's because of all the fluffy innards. But don't let that fool you. The fluffy stuff mats down as you wear them. The actual slipper itself seems to be sized pretty well. The 9, while "snug" on the inside because of the fluff, were too long for my foot and caused heel slipping when I walked. Unacceptable. Returned. When the 8's arrived they fit MUCH better. No heel slipping when I walk! You almost have to ignore the snugness when you first put them on, knowing that it will go away, and focus on how they fit lengthwise. If anything I would say they run a little large as I normally wouldn't feel comfortable in an 8 and these have plenty of room to spare for my toes.
Here's what I love:
QUALITY - These are some damn fine quality slippers (for the money they'd better be)! The silky suede genuine pig leather is really, really high quality and lovely. The rubber soles are very sturdy and substantial and provide great traction on our slick floors for chasing my autistic 4 year old boy around the house every morning. The stitching and seams are very tight and professional and are not going to fall apart on you. The faux fur fluffy stuff is super soft and supportive and WARM!
STYLE - Honestly, these are exactly what I was looking for in terms of style for a slipper. Easy to slip on and off without having to use my hands. I LOVE the light grey color and it was VERY true to the color pictured which I always appreciate. It's a very simple and sleek design but also looks chic because of the fine stitching detail. I love the imprinted "Ugg Austrailia" logo on the heel. It's very well done.
COMFORT/WARMTH - Yeah these slippers took almost no breaking in. The only thing that has to be broken in is that initial snugness caused by the faux fur. I think it feels great and supportive and these are super soft and warm! I no longer have cold winter feet! I wear them with and without socks. Mostly with, as sweaty feet and faux fur don't play nicely together in my experience.
WATER RESISTANT - I am SO happy that they made the leather water resistant and gave this slipper a rubber sole. First, it was important to me to have a slipper that I could run outside in to grab the mail or take out the trash etc. Sometimes that involves a little snow. Obviously I'm not going to shovel the driveway in these or wear them to the store, but it's really nice to be able to go outside or in the garage (to our spare fridge) without fear or ruining these.
As for what I don't like as much:
I think it's really tacky of them to put brand them as "UGG Austrailia" when they clearly say "made in China" on the tag inside. I mean, I get that companies outsource manufacturing for cost reasons, but then just call it UGG. I think it's deceptive to buyers to do this. So, lest you have images dancing in your head of some slipper maker in Australia stroking his koala bear between stitching pairs of moccasin slippers...think again.
I think they go a little overboard on the faux fur lining. It's a little TOO voluptuous in my opinion. Both in terms of that snugness at the beginning and also because it seems to be spilling out of the slipper. There are some stray pieces that hang over and almost need to be trimmed off. It's hard to explain. Maybe you can see what I mean in my pictures, but it almost looks like it needs a hair cut when they first come.
These are the most expensive slippers I have ever owned, hands down. Heck, these cost more than 97% of the SHOES I've ever owned as well! That's a really high price tag. Granted, they're also VERY VERY high in quality and I'm hopeful that they'll last a LONG TIME. If they don't, I will be updating. I just think for being made in China, these should really not cost quite so much. If they were being made in Australia where they're basically advertised to be from, I might not have a problem with it, but they're an Australian company, made in China, sourced by a German shoe company (Birkenstock) in California and fulfilled by Amazon.
All that being said, so far I'm a fan of these slippers and I will update as they continue to break in. I'm really hopeful that they hold up well and don't get stinky! And for the record, I paid full price for these. Didn't get 'em for free, didn't get a discount. I'm just trying to help other buyers cause these ain't cheap!
One, and probably the most annoying part is, they are MADE IN CHINA! Australian company, $100 for slippers, and I'm getting a Chinese product? Pretty sad if you ask me.
Two, the rubber soles do not extend to the tip of the toes. They end about a quarter to half an inch before for the toe tips. This causes the bottom of the toes to get scuffed where the leather begins. Over time this will cause a hole at the bottom of the toes which by the looks of it will come before the thick soles actually wear out.
Hopefully this review helps uncover a few things that you might not consider or think about.