UGGKids Chestnut Ryder Jungle Slippers (9-5)
• Moulded rubber outsole
• Soft jungle printed textile lining
• Embossed signature UGG® branding to the heel
• Features a soft foam insole covered with a sock that naturally wicks away moisture and helps keep feet dry and cosy.
• UGG® style code: 1005160K
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We are concious of the environmental impact and customer cost of returns and hope to reduce this by providing as much size information as possible so you can purchase an item you are confident will fit. We'll update the product's description with any fit hints we have, but if you have any queries regarding sizing you can get in touch with our customer service team.
Some customers find UGG shoes to fit slightly small. Often this can be because the sheepskin is very fluffy and plush when first purchased, with wear this lining flattens and the shoe becomes a slightly looser fit. We recommend purchasing your regular footwear size.
Customer feedback has noted that the UGG Mini and Ultra Mini boots can be difficult to get your foot into as the opening of the boot is quite narrow. We would recommend using a shoe horn to aid getting the shoe on. This does get easier with time as the opening loosens slightly with wear. The boots feature a pull tag at the back that can be used to assist getting the boots on, however please take care not to rip the stitching of the tag.
WOMENS UGG SHOES
|UK SIZE ON BOX||3.5||4.5||5.5||6.5||7.5||8.5||9.5|
MENS UGG SHOES
|EUR SIZE ON BOX||39.5||40.5||42||43||44.5||45.5|
TODDLER UGG SHOES
KIDS UGG SHOES
*CM measurements are from the longest toe to the heel of the foot. To measure this we would advise putting a piece of paper on the floor, standing on it bare foot and marking the tip of your longest toe and the back of your heel.