Indecisions Brought On By Iciness: UGG® Australia Hamric and Capulin Boots

Dave White | Monday, November 19, 2012 | 0 comments

UGG® Australia Hamric Boot VS. Capulin Boot

We can agree on the fact that cold feet suck.  For that matter we can also see the wonderful comfort and great necessity for the wooly sheepskins from UGG® Australia.  Now I guess the only problem left to ponder is, if warmth is a given, then how do we want our feet to look as they bask in the tropical temperatures that exist inside an UGG® boot.  The UGG® Hamric Boot is a waterproof boot with a quilted nylon shaft, full grain leather upper and a rubber lug outsole.  Equals part function and pared down 'city-to-outskirts' cool.  Meanwhile, the UGG® Capulin Boot is a downtown casual boot that merges that UGG® comfort with a classic chukka silhouette.  The ultra-rich oiled and waterproofed full grain leather and Vibram™ sole for superior traction add to the easy 'wear all day' desirability of this handsome boot.  Both boots serve a purpose of keeping the feet warm and dry for the season with different style approaches.  Perhaps the only things that'll serve as the best deciding factors between the two are the severity of the weather or the slickness of the outfit.  Available now at

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