The Mulga Low Ugg and Mulgani Low Ugg Boots are new additions to the Euram Ugg range.
These two styles share many similarities; a round wooden button, elastic string, countered heels and a asymmetric curved geometric design. The key difference is shown around the edges of the boots. Whilst the Mulga Ugg features binding around the edges for extra strength, the Mulgani Ugg has hand-cut edges to reveal the furry sheepskin interior.
Whichever style you choose, you can be assured that you’re getting a high quality Australian made product featuring genuine twin-faced sheepskin.
The heel counter (the rigid area at the heel of many types of footwear) is arguably the most important part of sheepskin ugg boots. It provides support and aligns the foot so that the wearer can remain comfortable.
Euram Ugg’s new countered heels undergo heat treatment, where the heel board is heated to nearly 200 degrees Celsius then cooled quickly, “freezing” it into a contoured shape that fits naturally around the heel of your foot.
The new heels not only retain their shape for much longer, but look much better!
Who says a pair of trousers are the only way denim can be worn? Euram’s Denim 3/4 style makes it look just as good in a pair of ugg boots.
This unique boot is crafted in Australia. To start off, the softest Australian sheepskin is used to form the insides of the boot, providing lasting comfort. A layer of strong and durable washed denim is added to the outside, giving off the defining vintage look.
The rustic look doesn’t stop there, though. Even the small details were considered. The stitching along the seams are rugged yet sturdy. Euram Ugg’s innovative heel counters feature denim as well!