UGG Women’s Fringe Cardy Boots 1878

Ugg boots are of the most unique styles available in ladies’ boots. The UGG 1878 are made of sheepskin. This allows for the boots to be worn barefoot, providing an exceptional snug fit. The sheepskin provides warm comfort while keeping your feet dry from weather or sweat! Whatever your outfit, these ugg fringe cardy boots will accessorize with style.

These boots have become increasingly popular, since Oprah announced them as one of her “favorite things” in Winter of 2007. Despite their price range of $100 – $200, many department stores and online shops are having difficulty keeping all the available colors and sizes in stock due to the high demand.

Also available is the innovative tall stripe cable knit classic cardy. These Women’s Fringe Cardy UGG Boots are designed with a blend of merino wool with a cable knit sweater design. They are available in black, chocolate or navy.

No matter what the style, ugg fringe cardy Cream are an absolute have-to-have fashion accessory for women this season. While they provide wonderful comfort and style, they also fill the purpose of a winter necessity by keeping your feet protected from the cold and damp weather.

This season the Ugg Classic Tall boots is now available in navy, mulberry and gray. The Ugg Classic Short boots is available in gray or terracotta. The most popular Women’s Fringe Cardy is available in fig, mulberry, moss or picante.

A new style available in the Ugg Classic range this season is The Bailey Button boot. This style is a calf high sheepskin boot adorned with oversized fashion buttons. However, this boot may also be cuffed down for a more casual style wear. They are available in five neutral colors

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