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    Hi I wear my cheap plain black ugg style boots all the time. They only cost £5 But they are slanting inwards really bad and the grip is awful does this happen to others when wearing Uggs ?? I'm a boy by the way :-)
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    (Original post by Minione14000)
    Hi I wear my cheap plain black ugg style boots all the time. They only cost £5 But they are slanting inwards really bad and the grip is awful does this happen to others when wearing Uggs ?? I'm a boy by the way :-)
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    (Original post by Minione14000)
    Hi I wear my cheap plain black ugg style boots all the time. They only cost £5 But they are slanting inwards really bad and the grip is awful does this happen to others when wearing Uggs ?? I'm a boy by the way :-)
    They're normally quite wide and don't have a lot of support. Remember they are commonly worn as house slippers and don't tend to fit the feet very well as they're more for comfort need to be a bit roomy. They're not the most practical shoes and can suffer wear and tear quite easily and so can become saggy. Look for some with a reinforced toe/heel but even then they still won't be as form fitting and good for the feet as regular boots.
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    (Original post by Minione14000)
    They only cost £5
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    (Original post by blawan)
    They're normally quite wide and don't have a lot of support. Remember they are commonly worn as house slippers and don't tend to fit the feet very well as they're more for comfort need to be a bit roomy. They're not the most practical shoes and can suffer wear and tear quite easily and so can become saggy. Look for some with a reinforced toe/heel but even then they still won't be as form fitting and good for the feet as regular boots.
    They are really comfy and I love them don't think I need a new pair yet
 
 
 
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