UGG Boots have been around in America since the mid 1970s when surf businesses and enthusiasts in California brought the original UGG Australia boots back to the states and sold them to those who loved the look for easy bohemian wear. They’ve since morphed into a household name due in large part to their quality, unusual look, and serious comfort. Today, UGGs can be purchased in department stores, high end retailers, and even online. They work wonders to keep trendy women of any size or shape in style year round. If you’re looking for fashionable UGG wide calf boots, the following models may fit your needs perfectly.
UGG Boots with a Wider Shaft Width
UGG Australia Womens Bailey Bow Boots
The Bailey Bow is reminiscent of the UGG Classic – short, plain, and available in every color imaginable – or in this case, 16. Made of UGGs expected super soft suede, these booties can be worn just about anywhere or simply around the house. Ivory or color matching sheepskin lines the boot for warmth and comfort, and the padded footbed feels as though you’re walking on air. Manmade sole is heavily gripped for safety and security. The shaft is 7 1/2 inches, and the fixed double back bows are an adorable embellishment on an otherwise plain UGG. If choosing a colored sheepskin lined pair, be sure to wear socks with them or they’ll discolor your feet. Also, even with the large 18 inch calf circumference, these Bailey Bow’s tend to run small. So opt to try before buying, or order a size larger than your or the recipient’s normal UGG large calf boots size.
UGG Australia Womens W Sutter Boots
Kiss your UGG spectations goodbye with these W Sutter boots. As opposed to the classic suede, these specific UGGs come in the softest leather in either black or toast colors. Sweet buckle embellishments are located on the ankle and top of the 10 1/4 inch shaft. Sheepskin lining keeps the feet dry. The cushioned footbed and rubber pod sole inserts provide tons of comfort and flexibility. The water-resistant leather shaft is accentuated on the back of the heel by an original UGG Australia metal logo plate for extra designer detailing. Even if you’ve never liked UGGs before, you’ll fall in love with these. But they do tend to run small. The 16 inch boot opening is reasonable enough, but customers are complaining that their feet can’t comfortably get past the inside curve of the boot. Ordering a size larger than usual may help offset this problem.
UGG Cary Wool Boots
UGG switched directions for these Cary Wool Boots and met the uber stylish professional woman head on. These Whiskey colored soft leather pull-on UGGs are absolutely gorgeous and perfect for women who love the brand but want a more versatile, classic looking boot. The completely closed UGGs have a 16 inch shaft circumference to permit athletic calves. Completely unlined, the only sheepskin found on these boots is a back patch which is tied off by corset-style straps. Cushioned foam footbed is lined by an UGGPure sock liner which wicks moisture away from the feet. 1 3/4 inch distressed stack heel gives the perfect lift, while the scratch-patterned sole helps resist slipping. A laser etched heel logo, burned into the leather, sits right above the stacked heel. Cary Wool is another lovely offering by UGG which gives flashbacks to the UGG Heritage silhouette. However, since UGG boots tend to be weird in size, try these on in-store first if you can find them.
UGG RockStar Boots
A big calf doesn’t have to be a concern any longer. UGG RockStar Boots contain classic UGG styling with flash. A soft suede upper comes in black, tan, or grey, and has decorative stud patterns on the shaft in either brass or silver depending on the color choice. Inset zipper allows easy access. Dyed sheepskin lines the inside of the boot for warmth and the cushioned footbed provides hours of comfort. The 12 inch shaft settles mid shin, and the 18 inch circumference accepts large calves. Thick flat 1 inch heel absorbs shock and contains a patterned sole for great traction. This specific model may run small, so consider trying before buying or ordering up a size. Also, like all suede UGGs, these are not water or soil resistant. So if you’re wearing them out for any reason, be sure to treat them first.