- Water resistant suede upper
- Rubber outsole
- UGGpure wool lining and insole
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UGG Men's Ascot Slipper
With the look of a loafer and the softness of the slipper, the Ascot is our everyday go-to. A rubber sole means it can go both indoors and out, so you can slip it on for mornings at home, weekend plans, or casual office days.
- Water-resistant suede
- Moc-toe construction
- UGGpure wool lining
- UGGpure wool insole to naturally wick away moisture
- Gum rubber outsole
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I live close to the Union Square Shopping District here in San Francisco. I walked over to the Downtown SF UGG Store and tried on the Ascot Slipper with Store Manager assistance. My foot measures EXACTLY size 9 D (M), so I tried on both a size 9 D (M) and a size 10 D (M). I can see why many customers are saying to buy one size up because the abundant amount of UGG PURE wool made my true size 9 D (M) feel quite snug. I noticed that the size 10 D (M) felt like it fit better at first, but after walking around the store (with regular cotton socks on) I noticed that the heal started to slip just a bit. The Store Manager said the vast majority of the UGG Ascot Slippers she sells feel tight at first, but "break in" to feel quite normal after several days of wear. To avoid excessive returns, she ALWAYS tells her customers to order their exact street shoe size, NOT one size up. So, I decided to purchase the size 9 D (M) from Amazon.com and I'm SO GLAD I didn't order the larger size! I plan on wearing my slippers with no socks, and it's important to know that I have normal (to slightly narrow) width feet. If you plan on wearing thick socks, or have wider than normal feet then you might consider ordering a size up, since half sizes aren't available (or possibly a wider size if you have wider than normal feet). Everyone's feet are unique, so you will have to decide if it makes sense to go up a size as several customers have suggested. I'm glad I didn't order a size up though, because my heal would be slipping by now if I had.
I hope this sizing information helps! Give yourself the gift of comfort with these awesome slippers, they are well made, toasty warm and great for wearing around the house on chilly days.
I didn't bother to shop around for another slipper, my UGG slipper served me well. My new pair felt too snug at first but now that I have on them on for a few days the fit is felling really familiar. They are like an old best friend and a childhood pet rolled into one well crafted piece of footware.
I'm looking forward to the next 8 years with these on my feet.
The rubber outsole seems durable for kicking around the house, but don't go hiking around town in these shoes if you want them to last long term. They are house shoes, use them accordingly. Go to the mailbox or the trash bin, but pick up your feet or risk scuffing the leather on bottom.
On fit, I've been wearing them for about a week and they've loosened up some, probably due to the liner compressing a little. They fit snug on me, which is how I like them. I typically wear men's 8.5 in running shoes, and the UGG 9 is spot on.
Notice I have not referred to these shoes as slippers. When I first put them on, they were a little difficult to get into but perfectly comfortable once there. I like my shoes that way. If you want slippers, you may appreciate these one size up from your athletic shoes. People's feet are different, and your mileage may vary.
On the whole, these are great house shoes that feel good and don't look like standard issue from a retirement home. As with all good leather shoes, treat them well and I expect they will be with you for a long time.
For those who care, the tag in my shoes is printed "Made in China". It's a global economy, I'm not offended. The price I paid was appropriate for the quality.