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Ugg Boot Outlet @ Cheshire Oaks
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Old 11-10-2009, 9:16 PM
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Default Ugg Boot Outlet @ Cheshire Oaks

For all you North-Western Ugg nuts there's a fabby shop at Cheshire Oaks filled to the rafters with every kind of Ugg boot style or Ugg bag at what I think were goodish prices. It's called Bootique and opened fairly recently.
For anybody further afield this is a huge McArthur Glen outlet park near Ellesmere Port.
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Old 11-10-2009, 9:22 PM
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For all you North-Western Ugg nuts there's a fabby shop at Cheshire Oaks filled to the rafters with every kind of Ugg boot style or Ugg bag at what I think were goodish prices. It's called Bootique and opened fairly recently.
For anybody further afield this is a huge McArthur Glen outlet park near Ellesmere Port.
Can you remember any of the styles they had and the prices?
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prices would be good, wonder if its possible to shop with them online.
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hope this isnt the same shop somebody refered to as selling fake uggs

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Old 12-10-2009, 6:59 PM
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There are quite a few shops in Cheshire Oaks selling Uggs. The Bootique one is very new, only opened a couple of weeks ago I think.
I'm not hot on Ugg styles but they had Tall ones and short ones, Cardi ones, mens, childrens, flip-flops, wellies and probably loads of others. The furry little bags were £79.99. I didn't really notice any other prices, sorry.
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I bought some Uggs there this weekend. They were the classic tall ones in sage colour down to £100 from £190! Definitely the best price I've ever seen.
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There's one at Bicester Village as well - 15 minute q just after Xmas just to get in!!
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My brother got his OH some for Christmas from here, I think they were around £90 for the cardi type ones. I will check though
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i visited the chesire oaks outlet centre on the weekend and came across the ugg shop.. however i didnt think that this store was very cheap.. as the uggs that i already have (tall sunflower) were £100, and i payed £79 for mine at bank a few months ago. I wanted some tall black ones but they didnt have my size.. and they were still around £170.
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Just seen this is an old thread but I went last week and there were 2 shops selling them. I got a pair of tall sand ones for about £109 from Bootique BUT the other shop was selling them at £180 so if you go, check both shops before buying!
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