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September 11, 2020

UGG Tasman Slippers Review

The UGG Tasman slipper is UGG's best-selling slipper, and as an avid footwear buyer, I think it deserves its own blog review. The Tasman is not your typical sheepskin slipper. It's constructed on the same Treadlite sole as classic UGG boots, so not only is it comfortable, it's also durable and suitable for wearing both indoors and outdoors. Since the holidays are coming up, it's a thoughtful gift idea. Furthermore, it's available in a wide variety of colors and sizes for the entire family, with classic chestnut being the most popular version. The casual slip-on style looks right at home with a robe or loungewear, but it also styles well with casual denim, joggers, or leggings. The signature Tasman braid embroidery at the ankle gives it a unique and recognizable boost of style. Slippers with style? UGG nailed it. 

UGG Tasman slippers black


This new UGG Tasman in leopard print is my favorite and sure to be sold out soon. You can never go wrong with anything from UGG in leopard print. Their new Neumel boot in leopard is amazing, too. 

Fit and Sizing

The Tasman slipper runs true to size. It does stretch up a little bit with wear since the uppers are suede. Additionally, the sheepskin insoles flatten a little bit with wear, making them more roomy.  In my opinion, the Tasman feels much better when worn barefoot, as the lining and insole are made of the plush wool sheepskin that UGG is known for. If you are a half size, then I'd size up rather than down. They are easy to slip on, although I have to use my finger to help get my foot in without collapsing the back of the heel. Comfort tip: you may have to get used to the feeling of the trim at the lower back area of the heel, but that varies by person. If you are a Women's size 5, 6, 7, or 8, then some of the larger Kid's sizes will fit, and the bonus is that the UGG Kid's slippers are slightly lower in price.

UGG Tasman slippers bougainvillea pink

Quality

If treated well, the Tasman slipper will be a long-wearing investment that should outlast several seasons of regular wear. At $100, they aren't an impulse buy, but they are certainly worth the price. The uppers can be treated with a suede protector if you plan on wearing them outdoors. To keep them clean, use a suede brush, and avoid harsh cleaning products that might harm the dyed suede. The lighter pink, blue, and green Tasman slippers show stains, dirt, and scuffs much more easily than the grey or chestnut ones. The black Tasman slippers show dust, lint, and hair more than the other colors, which is easy to remedy with a link roller. 

UGG Tasman slippers aqua mint


Below, shop some of the latest colors of UGG Tasman slippers.




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