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    My ugg style boots slant when I wear them is this a bad thing I haven't even had them that long even though they only cost £9
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    (Original post by Iamtj1300)
    My ugg style boots slant when I wear them is this a bad thing I haven't even had them that long even though they only cost £9
    Well done mate
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    (Original post by IYGB)
    Well done mate
    What ?
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    Maybe buy new shoes? There is a retail shoe store called deichmann which sell durable shoes or alternatively you could buy trainers.
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    They'll be damaging your knees and ankles if you walk when they are slanted. If you want problems in later life keep wearing them. If not find something better quality.
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    It is bad. Your feet shouldn't be slanting in any shoes as that creates problems with your feet that then affect your posture.

    Invest in either the real deal or buy a good pair of trainers
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    (Original post by katherine9609)
    It is bad. Your feet shouldn't be slanting in any shoes as that creates problems with your feet that then affect your posture.

    Invest in either the real deal or buy a good pair of trainers
    Do you do biology or something? What you said is definately not right
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    (Original post by Iamtj1300)
    My ugg style boots slant when I wear them is this a bad thing I haven't even had them that long even though they only cost £9
    Shall i make you feel better? I had actual ugg boots. Dark Chocolate long boots it costed £120. You know what happened? My mum thought it was ok to wash it in the washing machine. The colour faded :cry2::cry2::cry::emo:
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    (Original post by katherine9609)
    It is bad. Your feet shouldn't be slanting in any shoes as that creates problems with your feet that then affect your posture.

    Invest in either the real deal or buy a good pair of trainers
    I like my uggs though :-/ should I just get my parents to buy me a new pair like every 3 months
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    (Original post by Iamtj1300)
    I like my uggs though :-/ should I just get my parents to buy me a new pair like every 3 months
    Try to invest in the real ones as buying new pairs constantly will eventually come to a cost of the actual ugg boots
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    It might look like a bargain to you now, but it might cause some serious health issues eventually. I suggest you to get proper shoes that comfort your feet.
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    (Original post by katherine9609)
    Try to invest in the real ones as buying new pairs constantly will eventually come to a cost of the actual ugg boots
    My parents would not be able to afford to buy me proper uggs
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    You can buy better shoes for that price though? I wear walking shoes which cost me no more than £25 a time, which last me somewhere around 6 months and I do a lot of walking.
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    Lol wear real uggs or none at all. I'm so against the fake ones be I had a pair and they are so bad for your feet after worn a few times by they are completely flat. They also have no grip so are a bit dangerous.
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    You can buy better shoes for that price though? I wear walking shoes which cost me no more than £25 a time, which last me somewhere around 6 months and I do a lot of walking.
    I like to wear my uggs all the time though
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    Lol wear real uggs or none at all. I'm so against the fake ones be I had a pair and they are so bad for your feet after worn a few times by they are completely flat. They also have no grip so are a bit dangerous.
    Mine are leaning inwards and the grip on the bottom of the boots are going
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    (Original post by Iamtj1300)
    Mine are leaning inwards and the grip on the bottom of the boots are going
    Throw them away, you may risk twisting your ankle or even breaking them. If you want a comfortable pair of shoes just buy a pair of okay priced trainers.
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    (Original post by Tsrsarahhhh)
    Throw them away, you may risk twisting your ankle or even breaking them. If you want a comfortable pair of shoes just buy a pair of okay priced trainers.
    I can't throw them away There my school shoes and I've got to wear them all week
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    (Original post by jamesanderson43)
    It might look like a bargain to you now, but it might cause some serious health issues eventually. I suggest you to get proper shoes that comfort your feet.
    How could It cause damage ?
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    (Original post by Iamtj1300)
    How could It cause damage ?
    They don't support your feet.
 
 
 
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