Luxury pet fashion brand launches £ 60 UGG boots for DOGS
You would have to be crazy! Luxury pet fashion retailer creates £ 60 UGGS for DOGS with faux fur and rubber soles
- @veryimportantpuppies advertised the black paw garment for £ 60
- UGG style boots feature a rubber sole and neon green fur trim
- The brand’s social media shows two adorable dogs modeling the slippers
A pet fashion brand that sells luxury pet clothing and accessories says dog owners are crazy about its latest offering: comfortable shoes for dogs that look like UGGs.
Instagram retailer @veryimportantpuppies advertised the comfy black placket garment, which comes with a neon green fur trim, for £ 60 after apparently partnering with Australian boot retailer UGG.
Photos shared on the company’s social media showed two adorable pets wearing a UGG-style boot on each of their four legs.
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Pet fashion brand @veryimportantpuppies advertised the black paw garment for £ 60 for a set of four
Enough to make a cat laugh? The four-legged shoes “are molded in a rich faux suede with fluffy faux fur trims.”
Satisfied customer: the owner of this dog said his dog found wearing the paws very comfortable
The VIP x UGG dog slippers come in six sizes to suit all types of dogs, the company’s Instagram page says.
Describing the product, VIP writes, “Turn heads on the street or at the dog park. Combining iconic UGG materials with our VIP streetwear designs, our very first canine collaboration lets you give your puppy the feel of UGG.
‘Inspired by the classic boot with iconic stitched seams, this four-legged shoe piece is molded in rich faux suede with fluffy faux fur trims.
Finished with a durable rubber outsole to keep your pet covered, it features an easy opening in the front of the boot and an adjustable hook-and-loop strap that rolls up for a secure fit. ”
@veryimportantpuppies said the slippers combine ‘iconic UGG materials with our VIP streetwear designs, our very first canine collaboration lets you treat your puppy with the feel of UGG’
Black, white and a touch of neon green: this dog models the boot with a comfortable look for a walk
And so far the boots have been so successful that they are already sold out.
Although they are cheaper than the price of a pair of human UGGs – which cost up to £ 200 – some have criticized the price, saying that spending £ 60 on shoes for a dog that doesn’t have one need is ridiculous.
One of them fumed: ‘This kind of thing exists when people can’t eat keeps me awake. This world….’
Another added: “Any self-respecting dog would chew them!”
A third asked: ‘Do you get four for £ 60? while a fourth added: “I hope you can only afford one.”