UGG Tularosa

UGG is a phenomenal global brand and has recently broadened its product range. UGG Tularosa combines the original tall UGG boots with a popular knitted cardi option. The knitted part of the boot is detachable therefore optional and is made from 100% merino wool. It provides the wearer with extra warmth as the detachment can be folded down over the boot to further cushion and insulate your foot. UGG Tularosa is available in the standard UGG colours of grey, chestnut and black. As well as these great new features UGG Tularosa also has all of the amazing benefits that come with usual UGG boots which includes being fully lined with genuine sheepskin which has been designed to wear barefoot to ensure you are comfortable in every season and an EVA moulded sole which gives excellent grip and traction in extreme weather conditions.


In addition to Tularosa UGG has an extensive range of products. Their best sellers include the classic short and tall styles and also the classic cardy. All UGG styles feature authentic Twinface sheepskin and the UGG signature woven label. Furthermore, boots include a soft foam insole covered again in sheepskin for amazing comfort with every step you take.

About UGG

As a brand, UGG began in 1978 when a surfer from Australia, Brian Smith went to America with a bag full of sheepskin boots. UGG found a new home amongst Californian surfers and from here on in the UGG brand began to grow. After being acquired by Deckers Outdoor Corportation in 1995 the product line had grown to include two boots, four slippers and a few casuals. In 1998 UGG was identified as a luxury brand due to their high quality, a premium distribution strategy and high-end fashion and marketing communications. Now, UGG is a fully established brand and in 2003 was named Footwear News 'Brand of The Year.'

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