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do Ugg Boots stretch out a lot overtime??

post #1 of 8
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I just brought 2 pairs, one in a size 6, fits perfect if i wear socks, and i have a pair in a size 4, barefeet snugged..

i love the size 6, but i am scared that the uggs will get loose when the fluffyiness stuff inside gets flattened.. =*(

any opinions appreciated!

Thanks!,
Betty

oh by the way, i am talking about the short classic uggs.. =)
post #2 of 8
I have the short classic Uggs in Size 5. They were snug at first, but after the fluffiness flattened down, it didn't stretch or get that loose. If you haven't worn the size 6 out, you might want to size down to a 5. It'll be snug at first with socks, but then after a couple of wears it'll loosen up to a perfect size.
post #3 of 8
Real Uggs stretch out a bit, buy em snug w/o socks, and they'll be perfect.
post #4 of 8
They don't stretch that much, IMO. I am a size 6/6.5 and I got the classic shorts in size 5 womens. They were a little bit tight at first but now they fit perfectly. I don't wear socks iwth them though if that makes a difference...
post #5 of 8
I bought my Uggs 1 size smaller because I think they do tend to stretch some. I wear an 8 and buy a 7 in Uggs.
post #6 of 8
/\and that's what i should have done with mine. I have 8's and they are a bit big.
post #7 of 8

I Just bought uggs yesterday and the sales assiocate told me that i should go a size up because thats what you are supposed to do with uggs but after reading this i dont agree do u think i should go back and get a smaller size so that they will fit after they strech?

post #8 of 8

They fur will definitely compress - buy a size smaller! 

I bought TTS and they are much too big now :(

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