UGG Australia Classic Cuff Tall II Black Suede Sheepskin Boots Womens 1016420
* Genuine full grain leather upper with suede heel guards .
* Quirky-cute style and plush comfort come standard with the UGGÂ® Australia Classic Tall.
* Slip on design.
* Can be worn cuff up or down.
* Fully lined in luxurious, UGGpureâ„¢ wool keeps feet comfortable.
* Luxurious natural wool footbed with added cushioning for ultimate comfort and warmth.
* New Treadlite by UGGâ„¢ outsole provides increased traction, durability, cushioning and flexibility.
* Measurements: size US 10 EU 41 Uk 8.5
Heel Height: 1 in
Circumference: 13 in
Shaft: 12 in
Condition is New with very minimal fading. Shipped with USPS Priority Mail. Item was bought as a gift and did not fit. So I never wore them. The soles are 100% not walked on. I also wore a sock tryiing the boots on. Also. I had them in my closet untouched for a couple months before I decided to sell them to a better home. I have very accurate pictures posted. If youâ€™re planning to get a pair of UGGs as a gift to yourself or someone else, beware of fakes. Protect your hard-earned money and arm yourself with the knowledge on how to spot fake UGGs. Here is a checklist of 10 things that you should do before committing to buying: 1. Check the Security Features The unending battle against counterfeits has prompted UGG to install security features on UGG and I Heart UGG products. These special labels and stickers are the quickest and most reliable way to guarantee the authenticity of your purchase. Since fall 2010, UGG has been using security features on its labels and packaging, starting with the holographic sun logo that changes from black to white when rotated 90 degrees. If the left shoe of your pair of UGG shoes has a sewn-in size/materials label, this security feature should be on the foil strip on the label right behind it. If there is no sew-in-label, a security sticker should be on the sole of the left shoe. The shoebox should also have this same security sticker. In fall 2013, UGG Australia added a QR code to the sewn-in security label on the left shoe. Just scan with any smartphone and you will be taken to UGGâ€™s official website where youâ€™ll be able to verify the productâ€™s authenticity. I PROVIDED THE CODE IN MY PICTURES!! If you flip this label over and look at its backside, you should see another security feature that has the UGG logo â€œrollingâ€ over the sun logos with a 3D effect. Some fall 2014 products do not have the holographic sun logo on the sewn-in labels. If you encounter merchandise without this security feature, you can just use the QR code. I TOOK A PICTURE WHEN THE SUN HIT IT SO YOU SAW THE COLOR CHANGE IN THE HOLOGRAM! 2. Check Where Theyâ€™re Made Believe it or not, UGG boots that are labeled â€œMade in Chinaâ€ and â€œMade in Vietnamâ€ are the real deal. For years now, authentic UGG products have been manufactured by Deckers Outdoor Corporation, which has factories in China, Vietnam, Cambodia, The Philippines, The Dominican Republic, and the U.S. If the label says the shoes are made in New Zealand or Australia, that is flashing warning sign of a fake. In summary, real UGG boots are made in China, Vietnam, Cambodia, The Philippines, The Dominican Republic, and the U.S. As for the UGG label on the back of the heel, you should compare it to an authentic UGG label like in the picture below. The fake ones often feature bigger fonts, poor-quality stitching, and off-shade colors. Since the company is no longer called UGG Australia but simply UGG, authentic labels no longer say â€œUGG Australiaâ€. 3.