Girls’s coquette slipper

(8 customer reviews)


  • a hundred% leather-based
  • imported
  • fur animal – sheep or lamb. Fur country of origin – australia, united kingdom, ireland, u. S. A. Or spain. Fur treatment – dyed. Greater than 10% from scraps – no
  • synthetic sole
  • shaft measures about not_applicable” from arch
  • 17mm twinface sheepskin upper
  • 17mm sheepskin insole
  • treadlite by ugg outsole for consolation
  • care instructions -to deal with everyday wear and tear, especially on lighter coloration leathers, we advocate using a leather-based purifier and conditioner, located at most shoes sellers and/or shoe repair stores
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from the manufacturer

who we’re.

it began in 1978, whilst australian surfer brian smith moved to southern california with a dream. Designing a product not like any other from his preferred cloth – sheepskin – the conventional boot changed into born. With the aid of the mid 80s, ugg became a image of socal seaside tradition, gaining momentum through surf shops from san diego to santa cruz. Followed with the aid of the fashion elite and then the arena, the logo has when you consider that improved past the icon to design shoes, clothing, accessories, and homeware with an uncompromising attitude towards creativity, exceptional, and craftsmanship.

product description

take your self-care seriously with this slipper. As soft as it’s miles flexible, the coquette features our gentle sheepskin and a lightweight sole that travels both indoors and out comfortably.


5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 8 M US


Black, Chestnut, Grapefruit, Grey, June Gloom, Sand

8 reviews for Girls’s coquette slipper

  1. Mary B.

    I started wearing UGG Coquette slippers about 6 years ago. I wear them everyday and treat myself to a new pair every year in a different color. Although they are a little pricey, you get what you pay for. Once you start wearing Ugg Coquette slippers, you will too experience that no other brand comes close to the quality, fit, support and warmth. When I first purchased the slippers I did not listen to their advice about sizing and regretted it. Please believe me you do need to go down one size when compared to your daily shoes. The tread is robust and non-slip. The soft part the slipper does stretch just a little over the months, and that is why you need to start off with a size smaller to compensate for the expansion. The exterior material says ‘like new’ for several months and the inside stays fluffy and warm. I am hooked and would not waste my money on any other brand of slippers. I hope that you have found my images and opinion to be helpful with your decision process to purchase this item. If this is the case, and where Amazon asks if this review helpful, please click “yes”. Read more

  2. Lisa Moorman

    I’ve had these slippers 2mo and the fur sole has worn away in both heals. This is not typical ugg wear. I’ve owned multiple UGG slippers and this is never happened before. For the price you pay you expect UGG slippers to last a while and usually they do. The moment I got the slippers they did not feel as sturdy as my other UGG slippers. Please be careful in buying these slippers. I’ve added a photo of my worn heal on one of the slippers, poorly made in my opinion. Read more

  3. k.Hess

    I love UGGS ! Except these they are FAKE please do not buy these, I read the reviews and bought them for I not had a problem in the past purchasing online. as soon as I opened the box I knew they were not right the fur did not look like my others, the UGGS name was in dark letters with no Australia under the letters 2nd clue, I did some investigating I scanned the QR code it took me to a UGG website, I did the sole bend it was a little stiff but to be expected for there’re new, I was still in doubt, maybe I was over thinking that they were fake so I kept them, Until 1 week later the leather hide was already wearing off and the fur was falling apart coming out in pinches. Go with your gut feeling for a reason FAKE, FAKE, FAKE. I returned them the next day. Read more

  4. Dan

    I’ve been an UGG lover for years and always happy with their quality. My last UGG slippers I had for years and I finally let them go when purging during a big relocation. Bought these new ones in September to have ready to go when the cold season arrived. I’ve used them around the house for little over a month now and they are completely torn apart, inseams cut, the insoles with holes. I am shocked and disappointed beyond words! Can these be genuine UGG slippers after all? To pay over $100 for this level of disappointment. Wow… Read more

  5. Amazon Customer

    This is my third pair of Uggs in this style. With my first two pairs, I was very satisfied (hence my habit to replace them when needed). Unfortunately this pair lost the fur instantly, leaving fuzzies all over my home and after about 5 weeks there was a large spot worn off at the heel. I’m wondering if this was a fake pair as I never experienced this before. Very disappointed, especially at this price point. Read more

  6. Danielle March

    Very unhappy. This is my second purchase of this same style of UGGs from Zappos. Not sure what is going on with the slipper but ordered these as an early Christmas present and it’s only the first week of February and already the sole is falling apart. I have owned this same slipper five times and am accustomed to the sole falling apart after 8-12 months but less than 60 days later, this is ridiculous! Read more

  7. shopzsar

    Update 2020! I still wear these (but wouldn’t buy them again) and eventually the dye stopped rubbing off on me. The quality was never as good as the original Uggs I purchased in a reputable upscale department store, bought on sale for half of what I spent here. The pair reviewed here had wool that wore down quickly but the outer part has held up well with no tears or rips in the seams as others have mentioned. Earlier Update: Black Dye still remains a problem and my nail tech is not happy to scrub dye out of my heels and nail beds! Black Dye stains feet! This is a real problem, since I spend a lot of time scrubbing the dye out of my nail beds and heels! I would have returned them but had already thrown out the packaging. Also, as I previously owned the same model but in a neutral beige fur. The new pair, in black, seem to have a lesser grade of fur, not as thick or dense as older ones. As for sizing, I usually wear a 101/2 -11 but find the 10 more than satisfactory with all of my heel comfortably fitting within the slipper and not even a little heel protruding past the heel edge. They are still as comfortable and the bottoms are good for insulation against cold floors and good traction for the occasional foray into the garden or quick errand run. Only time will tell if they wear as well for the duration. Read more

  8. m71

    This is my 2nd pair of UGG Coquette slippers. My first pair lasted several years. I have had this current pair for almost 6 months and they look like my nearly 8 year old pair. The fur has completely come off the heel. They are stretched out and just look ragged. Granted my old pair look beat to hell and back, but I got a ton of use out of them! I am a huge UGG fan (several slippers and boots) but I am disappointed in the quality of these slippers. I see that some people are saying that they are fakes. They look authentic to me but maybe they are fakes, I got a bum pair, or the quality has gone down hill. The bad part is I paid full price for these but I got my old ones on clearance for about half price and they held up way better. Read more

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