For many styles in our Euram Ugg Collection, you have a choice between our standard EVA sole or our new Rubber + EVA sole.
We understand that many people like to wear their ugg boots in the comfort of their own home. They may even like to wear them outdoors occasionally. For these comfort-lovers, we recommend an EVA sole. The EVA sole is around half as light as our Rubber + EVA sole, so maximum comfort can be achieved.
For those who like to flaunt their boots outdoors, the Rubber + EVA sole is another great choice. This type of sole is strengthened with a thermoplastic rubber base, so is hard-wearing and provides more traction on the ground. Yet, the EVA component helps it still stay lightweight.
Over Euram Ugg’s 13 year history, we have improved and refined our shoe designs to make them as anatomically correct as possible.
We believe that ugg boots should provide a great fitting. They should be comfortable and supportive to the foot’s structure. Therefore, we have devoted hours upon hours of effort to improve the designs of our boots.
Sometimes, the changes are minor. The shoe patterns may be changed slightly to make them look more visually appealing. Other times, we introduce bigger changes. For example, our products are among one of the only boots with innovative countered heel technology, which provides an anti-slip support and a better fitting to the heel.
Although the changes in our designs are often small, bit by bit, they make a noticeable difference in both comfort and quality. Today, our boots are among the longest lasting and most luxurious available.
The heel counter (the rigid area at the heel of many types of footwear) is arguably the most important part of sheepskin ugg boots. It provides support and aligns the foot so that the wearer can remain comfortable.
Euram Ugg’s new countered heels undergo heat treatment, where the heel board is heated to nearly 200 degrees Celsius then cooled quickly, “freezing” it into a contoured shape that fits naturally around the heel of your foot.
The new heels not only retain their shape for much longer, but look much better!
Euram Ugg’s classic range of sheepskin boots are simply designed. Yet, they’ve remained the most popular style throughout the history of ugg boots.
Simplicity does not equate to blandness though. Pictured are our Classic Ultra Short Ugg boots in Chocolate, Chestnut and Sand. There are also many other colours available, such as red, navy, green and raisin. These colours are enough to make any boot stand out.
All boots in our Classic range are actually quite complicated. They’ve been designed meticulously in order to contour the natural arches of different kinds of feet. The boots are made with a reinforced, countered heels for added structure and a snugger fitting. All this has been done whilst keeping the design simple, yet attractive.
To view our product range, please visit http://shop.euramugg.com.au
Is your favourite colour Goulden? This ugg boot colour is slightly darker than our Grey ugg boots, and has emerged recently as a popular ugg colour.
Goulden sways a little away from our typical ugg colours, but still possesses the look of a classic boot. It’s perfect for any occasion, and blends in well with most types of clothing, especially those of darker hues.
Pictured is the Classic Tall Ugg in the Goulden variety.
Merino sheepskin is largely classified as an Australian icon. Since the 18th century in Australia, merino sheep have been an integral aspect of Australia. Because Australia’s merino sheep were prized for their wool, the sheepskin industry became an import aspect not only culturally, but economically as well.
Today, Australian merino sheepskin is classified as being of the very best in the world. They have soft and dense piles that are perfect for insulation. That’s why Merino sheepskin has become so popular, and is used in many ugg boots today (including all of our Euram Ugg boots).
Australian Merino sheepskin is expensive, so many ugg boot manufacturers do not use this material in their products. However, reducing costs this way also hinders product quality, so we’ve chosen to not cut any corners to deliver only the best to our customers.
Sheepskin is unique. Its fibres are suitable for clothing and apparel, and insulate the body even in the coldest conditions. The way in which air is able to circulate between the fibres also allows breathability, meaning that it’s suitable all year round.
All Euram Ugg boots are made in Australia with Australian merino sheepskin. When purchasing ugg boots and sheepskin apparel, always ensure that the product is made with only the very best – Australian merino sheepskin.
Ugg boots have their origins in Australia, and have been around since at least the 1930s. However, it was not until the late 1990s that they became hugely popular, and gained prominence in areas such as the US and UK. With all this hype, you must think that there must be something really special about ugg boots, right?
Well, that’s absolutely correct. Sheepskin ugg boots are not only comfy, but they are highly practical as well. How many times have you wanted to go out in public in comfort? With ugg boots, style does not have to be sacrificed to be comfortable.
Genuine ugg boots made with Australian merino sheepskin often last for ages! For example, at our Australia Sheepskins and Souvenirs stores, we have often had our customers come back after over a decade remarking that their Euram Ugg boots have lasted all that time! The ugg boots that use only the best sheepskin really do last that long! Even though they might be at a higher price, quality is assured so they act like an investment – they’re better off in the long term.
Did we mention that sheepskin fibres are unique in that they insulate in those cold winter months, but have a unique moisture-wicking ability to be cool in summer? They help maintain body temperature in the coldest of conditions! Your boots should not have odours like other types of shoes because air circulation and the moisture-wicking abilities help keep your feet dry! That means ugg boots are suitable for everyday wear (and this is why many people don’t wear socks with their boots)!