Order by 7pm for Next Day Delivery
All Womens Footwear/UGG Australia - Meadow - Chestnut
Was £200.00Save £100.00
These gorgeous short winter boots are a fun and fashionable alternative to the more traditional ‘UGG boot’, with a gorgeous Toscana sheepskin lining. These versatile boots can be worn two ways - up as a standard boot or cuffed down for a fur-trim effect. This means you’ll get double the use from these gorgeous boots!
The distressed toggle closure adds an attractive element to the boot, and the silky suede upper is perfectly juxtaposed against the fluffy sheepskin lining which adds a real contemporary finish.
UGG Australia are famous when it comes to footwear and accessories. Despite launching in the 1960s, it is in the early 2000s that the company grew no end, and it’s now one of the most popular footwear brands across the world.
The shaft height of these adorable boots is 7 and 1/4 “, meaning they are just perfect to wear with jeans. Alternatively, pair them with tights and a skirt or dress for an adorable winter look.
Collection: The Classic Cedar Collection
Shoe Style:Winter Boots
Style:Versatile Two Ways Fur-Lined Boot
Detail:Functional Distressed Toggle Closure
Material Suede Upper with Toscana Sheepskin Lining
Sole: Rubber/PU Composite Sole
Fit: True to Size
UGG Australia's range of boots and shoes offer a truly luxurious experience for your feet. Their use of only the highest quality twin-faced sheepskin and leather make their footwear cosy, durable and fantastic to look at.
Standard (2-4 Working Days) - FREE for orders over £50
Next Day (Monday to Friday - Order by 7pm)
Next Day 1 Hour Window (order by 7pm Monday to Friday) - Tell me more
Saturday (Order by 7pm Friday)
Sunday (Order by 7pm Friday)
View UK Delivery Times and Details
View International Delivery Info
Free UK Returns and Exchanges Click Here
Click here for bank holiday delivery information
Congratulations - Items added to your basket
Not quite ready? Enter your email address below and we'll save your basket for later.
Ready to purchase?