What Size Uggs To Buy
What Size Uggs To Buy
UGGs generally fit true to size. However, you want your new UGGs to be snug. Overtime the inner with begin to flatten and mould to your foot making them a little roomier, so your fresh UGGs need to be tight to the foot to account for this.
The best way to check your size is to measure them! Stand on a piece of paper straight against a wall. Get someone to mark the top of your top and the back of your heel and then measure the distance between these two points. This is going to give you a far more precise and accurate measurement!
Purchasing a pair of our genuine Australian Made, high quality UGG boots is an investment. With adequate care and protection, our UGGs will last anywhere between five to twenty years with ease. Therefore, deciding on the right size for you is of utmost importance. And whilst the internet seems to be filled with misinformation about choosing the right fit for your UGGs, we are here to with our expert tips and tricks to help find the perfect size for you!
Our A-Grade Merino wool is typically sixteen millimetres thick; however, as a natural material, its thickness varies from anywhere between fifteen to eighteen millimetres. To accommodate for the density of our premium sheepskins, the soles of our products are generally larger than that of another shoe. This means that comparing the sole of another shoe with the sole of a pair of our Australian made UGGs is an ineffective method of determining the appropriate size by way that it is likely to lead you astray to a smaller size.
If you don't have access to a printer at home, you can use our ordinary size chart here to find you perfect fit here. If you want to be extra careful we recommend that you measure your foot from the tip of your longest toe to the back of your heel and refer to our size chart to see which size corresponds with the length of your foot.
Purchasing a pair of UGG boots is an investment in comfort and quality! With the right amount of care and protection, our genuine sheepskin boots will last you between five to twenty years! Let us help you with our tips and tricks on finding the ideal size for you. There's nothing quite like a pair of perfect UGG boots.
Upon first wear, your UGGs should feel quite firm and tight. Your toes should be close to the tip of the boot without curling. Make sure that they do not slip at the heel when you walk. It is common that people will say their UGGs feel 'too small' upon initial try-on, thinking that they should be purchased bigger so that there is room to move around. Don't be fooled! The wool compresses with weight and will begin to mold to the shape of your feet when you wear them in. The suede exterior will also give a little the more you wear them, as a result of the natural sheepskin properties. They should stretch around half a size. This is part of the beauty of UGG boots and why they are so comfortable! They have the ability to mold around around your feet in all the right places.
Slippers are not really that true to size, due to their open back. This gives our foot a little bit more 'wiggle room'. Without the reinforcement, slippers and slides generally feel slightly bigger than a boot of the same size. We typically advise customers to size down from their regular shoe size when purchasing our sheepskin slippers.
If you're not sure of your usual shoe size (or just want to make sure you are 100% on your size choice), you can measure your foot from the top of your longest toe to the back of your heel. After you've measured, refer back to our size chart to see which size corresponds best with your foot length. Alternatively, download our At-Home Size Guide to see for yourself!
Our sizing is unisex, please refer to our size conversion charts to find your respective US, Euro, and UK shoe sizes. You should purchase your UGGs true to your everyday shoe size. (Please ensure you read the size & fit tab on the product page as this may vary depending on style) Your new sheepsk