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Best Ugg Boots Styles

Updated on August 3, 2009

We've already looked at Ugg Flip-Flops and Sandals -- now we're going to look at the extraordinary popularity of Ugg Boots. You remember Pam Anderson wearing these everywhere, right? And then all the other celebs who quickly followed suit? I dunno how well-off the Ugg Co. was before Pammy came along, but they ought to have her on the board of executives by now.

If you're wondering whether or not I dig the Ugg style -- I don't. Not really. At least, not the styles everyone else seems to love so much. There *are* are few styles I like well enough, but you'll notice they fall into the category better known as "normal". I am a big, big fan of boots, so it doesn't really take too much to get me excited (not that kind of excited, you pervert!) over a nice pair, but I find myself really having to talk myself into the Ugg stuff. Take a look at these styles and let me know how you feel about them.

Ugg Caroline Boot

And you thought Ugg didn't make ordinary boots. As you can see here, the Caroline boot is pretty hawt, and it comes in a fabulous color. It reminds me a lot of a pair of my mother's boots that I used to play dress-up with back in the 80s (the boots were from the 70s) so I'm digging them. What do you think?

Price: $295

Ugg Classic Tall Boot

Here we have the Pam Anderson Ugg Boot. At least, that's what I think it ought to be called, considering how often you can see the woman wearing them. Here you see the color I happen to like best, but celebs seem partial to that tan color, so if you want to be a truly "in" person, get the tan.

Price: $160

Ugg Sandra Boot

I dunno about the Sandra boot. Are you digging it? I've never been one for that kind of heel; they make me feel like I'm walking on stilts. I'm not really keen on the material the heel's crafted from, either. I mean, I can't play dominatrix in these, if you know what I'm saying. And have you seen the price tag on these??

Price: $395

Ugg Wilshire Boot

Do I really need to tell you what I think about this one? Are there people who really wear this thing? Would you? Would you be seen with someone sporting a pair? Sorry, I gotta say these boots don't do a whole lot for me. I hate seeing this branding on handbags, and it's even sillier on boots!

Price: $200

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