Are Your UGGs Fake? A 'Made in Australia' Tag Means YES
The tricky part is that the latest UGG knock-offs aren't made of chintzy materials or with poor technique -- they actually have some quality behind them. Both boots pictured here are made of quality sheepskin with reinforced seams. They're both heavy, comfortable, and substantial boots. The only obvious difference is in the logo -- the overly large one on right marks the black boot as the imposter.
So how to tell if you've got the genuine article or have been duped with a knockoff? Besides the logo we've got four other telltale signs to look for in the gallery below, courtesy of the WSJ.