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    After much research, I think I'm gonna invest in a pair of these boots. But since the material isnt waterproof, I'm really sceptical about wearing them when its all going to be snowy. I heard about these waterproof sprays, but do they REALLY work??? I mean, wont the snow eventually soak through the material and leaving you with freezing toes??
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    I wore mine all through the winter, including snow, and they were fine!
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    Depends on the type you buy and if they are real or not.
    But the Ugg Cardi boots are definitely not waterproof
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    yeah they kinda work, well i walked in my ugg boots round rainy manchester last week and they were soaked, but i couldn't feel anything lol. when it snows though, watch out as the salt and grit can leave stains on them when they have dried out
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    yeh the salt in the grit ruined mine, left horrible marks
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    You're really using the wrong word when you say 'invest' - these boots will depreciate, and fast. It's £100+ down the drain when you could buy a decent pair of leather boots for a lot less.
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    Thank you all, I've made my mind up, I ain't gonna buy them!!
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    I have uggs, and I think they're the most comfortable things ever, it's like your stepping on a soft carpet. I'd say buy them just don't wear them in the snow, only late fall/early winter
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    Get a cheap pair from primark for dry days, and invest in some nice fur-lined snow boots from a ski shop (about £40) for cold/icy/rainy winter days! Cosy, waterproof and cute
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    Someone said that they don't last very long but that is certainly NOT true. I have 3 pairs of UGGS, my first pair are 3 years old and they're as good as new, and I've worn them to death!

    They really are worth the investment, they're very very comfy and keep your feet warm - they can get wet, but you can get a spray to make them more waterproof.

    People's views of ugg boots not being good quality are because they do not buy the UGG Australia boots, the proper original ones are fantastic!
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    I think you needn't spend $100 for a pair of ugg boots. There are a lot of cute ugg boots which are sold $49.88. If you want to have a look, you can click the link below:
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