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A Local Spotlight on UGG Since 1974

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At UGG Since 1974, we're a locally owned, Australian business and we're proud to be apart of the Gold Coast community. Thanks to We Are GC, we recently had the local spotlight on our business and we'd love to share the feature cleverly produced by our friends at City of Gold Coast. 

Would you like to hear some more insight into how things work behind our workshop doors here in South East Queensland, Australia?

Leave us a comment below and we'll do our best to keep sharing a bit of the magic that goes on at the home of the world's best quality Australian made UGGs.

 

Full Video and Photography Credit to We Are Gold Coast: https://wearegc.com.au/

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Finding The Perfect Fit with UGG Since 1974

If you already know your ordinary shoe size: Use your ordinary size and refer to our size chart here, to work out your UGG size. We find that US sizing (as opposed to European sizing) is the most consistent sizing to work from.

If you are unsure of your ordinary shoe size: You can download our At-Home Size Guide to find your perfect fit.

Download our Adult Size Guide here

Download our Kids Size Guide here

If you are a true half size:We recommend using our At-Home Size Guide above to choose your size. Please keep in mind that UGG boots will stretch approximately half a size, so you should ensure your boots are firm to start with, as they will stretch over time. If you are sometimes a half size, and sometimes a full size, then you are likely to be safe choosing your default full size (e.g. if you are sometimes a 7 and sometimes a 7.5, then choose a 7, but if you are sometimes a 7.5 and sometimes an 8, then choose an 8). However, measuring your feet and using our guide is always the most accurate method to find your perfect fit.

If you are choosing Slippers or Slides:Please refer to the ‘Size & Fit’ tab on the product page, as this is where you will find relevant fit information (which may be different to our UGG boots).