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July 27, 2023

UGG Tazz Slippers Review

UGG's viral Tazz slippers are the perfect blend of loungewear meets streetwear. The style, which was first introduced in 2021, looks like the iconic UGG Tasman, although with a small platform and brighter braided trim. In this post, I'll be sharing a review of the UGG Tazz slippers with tips on fit, sizing, and comfort. 

The popular Tazz slipper comes in several colorways, with mustard seed being the newest and most sought after. Last fall, the chestnut colorway took over TikTok and was nearly impossible to find for many months. Black and burnt olive have also been best sellers for UGG.

March 6, 2024 update - Love platforms? See my UGG Funkette slippers review.

August 2023 update - Shop this exclusive UGG Tazz colorway in shearling for $140 before it sells out. It comes in black, hardwood brown, and natural.

UGG Tazz shearling

Chestnut Tazz pictured below, $130

March 3, 2024 update - Shop the look for less with these UGG dupes:

Buying tip: summer is the best time to buy these UGG platforms, because they are easier to find both online and in stores. In July, nearly everyone seems to be focused on summer staples such as sandals, so cozy shoes aren't top of mind. If you wait until November, they'll be hard to find. If you want to get ahead of the masses, start shopping for your fall and winter UGG must-haves early. 

ugg tazz slippers chestnut

Fit and Sizing

In my experience, the UGG Tazz runs true to size. They do not come in half sizes, so if you are between sizes, and you plan to wear them with socks, I recommend sizing up. Like with most UGG shoes, the lining will conform to your foot, and they will stretch a small amount as you wear them. I wear my true size in the Tazz both with and without socks. They should fit snugly against the back of your heel without slipping off when you walk. If they slip, then go down a size. There's a small pull tab in the back to help get them on and off. 

I love the burnt olive colorway, pictured above. It's less ubiquitous than chestnut, and a nice neutral for fall/winter.


Compared to the UGG Tasman, the Tazz is a bit stiffer and less pliable due to the 1.75" platform. The suede uppers may be rougher in texture than the Tasman, due to manufacturing inconsistencies. The new sugarcane outsole makes them lightweight and easy to walk in. The wool/lyocell blend lining feels just as nice as the old sheepskin that UGG used to use, and it's breathable.  Furthermore, the Tazz is durable and suitable for either lounging at home or for running errands around town. Pair them with colorful socks in the fall for a dopamine boost.

Weatherproofing note: I would not wear them outdoors in the heavy rain or snow unless they're treated with a waterproofing protectant.

This season, the price has increased by $10, making them a $130 investment. If well cared for and cleaned regularly, they should last a few seasons. 

UGG introduced a Tazz version for kids in late 2022 priced at $90. It's essentially the same, although with a smaller platform of 1" instead of 1.75". 

UGG also introduced an embellished version in 2022 called the Tazz Maxi Tasman, which is currently on sale for under $100 in black and olive.

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See my UGG Tasman review here.

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