Bracing for cold weather here in the Northeast with thoughts of a warm, fuzzy feeling for your feet that UGG boots might provide? But maybe you want to spend less to have you toes cuddled by the sheepskin.
We can help you find cheap UGGs boots. (By the way, thoughts of wearing the boots aren’t just seasonal. A parade of UGG boot wearers is seen throughout the summer—many even on beach boardwalks. And let’s not forget on the West Coast, the boots are worn year-round.
UGG Australia has outlets all over the place with its footwear on discount, as do two big name retailers that have their own outlet stores withUGG boots at a discount among their stock. Saks Fifth Avenue has its Off-Fifth and Nordstrom has its Nordstrom Rack. Online, there’s 6pm.com which sells cheap ugg boots.
We’ll give you locations in the New York/New Jersey area where you can buy real UGGs on discount , but we don’t mind pausing here to repeat the warning on getting tricked into buying fake boots. You can pass this warning along to anyone you know who is committed and especially someone who might boast of finding a site to buy cheap, cheap UGG boots.
WATCH OUT FOR PHONIES
To ensure that you don’t get ripped off, UGG Australia has a page on its site devoted to counterfeiting, empowering you to check. All you have to do is plug in the name of a purported UGG discount seller, click, and you’ ll see if you’re getting a real UGG Australia dealer authorized to sell cheap Ugg boots
With that cleared up, let’s see what the real deals are:
UGG Australia outlets all have the same discount policy. When merchandise ends up on the clearance rack, expect a 50% discount. There can be bigger discounts depending on color. A sparkle version of the classic boot in colors like ruby red, emerald and deco blue, was selling at $149, a steep deduction from the regular price of $20o or $275. You won’t find the classic boot in the standard colors like chestnut and black at the outlet. The merchandise at outlets are usually discontinued items or from past seasons.
Off-Fifth’s example of its discounts is a pair of UGG boots originally sold at the manufacturer’s suggested price of $160. Typically the discount at Off-Fifth on UGGs is 20%, so for these boots, the price was $128. When Off-Fifth has a sale, you may get an additional discount anywhere from 30%-40%. That would mean the boots could cost $89.60 at the additional 30% cut or $76.80 at the extra 40% break.
Nordstrom Rack has UGGs regularly available in stores, starting at minimum savings of 30%. The stock includes close-out merchandise directly from the factory as well as clearance from Nordstrom full-line stores.
6PM.com came into our view when a friend raved about the great discount she got on a pair of Timberland boots. So we checked it out, and found UGG’s boots and its other footwear at the site, which is owned by Zappos. The discount on UGG boots was mostly 28%.
For example, an UGG classic short boot in vibrant lavender or a brilliant hibiscus sells for $109.90 down 28% from $155. But wait, you also can snag a discount of a whopping 55% on certain styles. A pair of high-stepping, mahogany boots with several inches of wooden heel was priced at $134.99, a big plunge from $300.
UGG Australia Outlets
Woodbury Commons Outlet Store, 107 Marigold Ct.,Central Valley, NY
Jersey Shore Outlet Store 1, Premium Blvd. #16, Tinton Falls, NJ
Riverhead Outlet Store, 1770 W. Main Street Suite 1012, Riverhead, NY
Saks Fifth Avenue Off-Fifth stores
Gallery at Westbury Plaza, 1070 Old Country Road, Garden City, NY
Woodbury Common Premium Outlets, 850 Grapevine Court, Suite 850, Central Valley, NY
BergenTown Center, 20 Bergen Town Center Paramus, NJ
Jersey Gardens, 651 Kapkowski Road, Elizabeth, NJ
Riverhead Tanger Outlets, Tanger Drive Riverhead, NY
Nordstrom’s Nordstrom Rack stores
Union Square, 60 East 14th Street, New York City
Bergen Town Center, 510 Bergen Town Center, Paramus, NJ
Gallery at Westbury Plaza, 1040 Old Country Road, Garden City, NY
White Plains City Center, 3 City Place, White Plains, NJ<
Did you know UGG Australia is an American company? It was founded more than 30 years ago in Southern California by an Australian surfer. Armed with sheepskin, he was looking for a way to make gear to protect his feet in the waves.
Watch this video to learn how to take care of the boots: