Depending on who you talk to, there are two groups of people: those who want the label on the back of their uggs to say “UGG Australia” and don’t care too much where the boots are made or whether the boots are made from natural sheepskin; and a second group that want to make sure they are getting genuine double faced sheepskin boots which are made in Australia.
I am not going to bore you to death with discussions about copyrights, patents and legal issues, suffice to say that there is a difference of opinions between the US apparel conglomerate and Australian ugg boot manufactures on the meaning of the term “ugg boots”. If you want more information on this, just follow this link: http://www.saveouraussieicon.com.
To the first group of people, I wish to say good luck. The second group of people, however, has a much more difficult decision to make.
Here are a few things that potential buyers may need to consider.
- Materials used
- Quality of workmanship
- Shipping time & cost
- Return and exchange policies
- Warranty periods
- Customer service
- Payment Security
In the following section we are going to try to explore some of these topics and hopefully help ugg boot buyers to make the right decision.