STYLE Classic Short Ugg's for Men?

epiphonist

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May 14, 2007
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New Jersey
How does everyone feel about men wearing the Classic Ugg boots? I'm considering buying them in Chestnut. I wear a lot of skinny jeans and t-shirts with button down flannels or a hoodie or jacket. Think they'll look okay?
 

dibalicious

sexy crew
Dec 11, 2004
10,230
B.C canada
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Phlab

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May 2, 2004
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NYC/Columbus
i've got a pair of man-uggs. they don't look (enough like) the chick uggs to be hsugh worthy.. .warm as hell too

ps if you wear nothing but skinny jeans, forget it. you'd look fucking gay as hell tucking jeans into uggs as a dude :rofl:
 

Ideotique

Drinking on monday nights does not make me an alco
Jul 11, 2004
11,290
Awestralia
As a representative from the country that invented these

THEY ARE NOT FOR FUCKING CASUAL STREETWEAR. THEY ARE A FUCKING SLIPPER FOR WEARING AROUND THE HOUSE IN WINTER
 

Phlab

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May 2, 2004
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NYC/Columbus
As a representative from the country that invented these

THEY ARE NOT FOR FUCKING CASUAL STREETWEAR. THEY ARE A FUCKING SLIPPER FOR WEARING AROUND THE HOUSE IN WINTER

False.

New Zealand, sheepskin boots have long been popular with people in rural occupations, such as sheep shearers, who have ready access to the raw materials. Their popularity increased as a result of World War I and World War II, when they were popular with aviators, because of their need to keep warm in non-pressurized planes at high altitudes.

They're for veteran aviators.

Ugg boots have also been popular with surfers and competitive swimmers since at least the 1960s, for keeping warm while out of the water.

And watermen.
 

crucialkc

the earth is flat
Apr 6, 2004
3,382
kansas city
same. the slippers rule. gf got me some (all I asked for was some house slippers and she bought me $100 ones.. ?) for last xmas. I've never worn em out but I guess if I was feeling super lazy I might wear em around my apartment or something. they don't look like chick uggs at all btw.
 

S0LE_fRESH

New Member
Nov 3, 2008
38
I used to work at uggs. I got the comfy house slippers but as far as the boots thats a no go bro. My manager was gay and he rocked em so there you go.
 

wing_nut74

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Jan 20, 2004
5,809
Oak Park, Il
False.

New Zealand, sheepskin boots have long been popular with people in rural occupations, such as sheep shearers, who have ready access to the raw materials. Their popularity increased as a result of World War I and World War II, when they were popular with aviators, because of their need to keep warm in non-pressurized planes at high altitudes.

They're for veteran aviators.

Ugg boots have also been popular with surfers and competitive swimmers since at least the 1960s, for keeping warm while out of the water.

And watermen.
I have had Uggs for 15 years, i am pissed i can't wear them now becuase it is part of the trendy chick uniform.
 

Phlab

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May 2, 2004
43,903
NYC/Columbus
I used to work at uggs. I got the comfy house slippers but as far as the boots thats a no go bro. My manager was gay and he rocked em so there you go.

they make man-uggs that don't really look like chick uggs, but are similarly comfortable and warm as fuck.
 

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