DON'T wear your UGGs in bad weather. If it's raining, you should just assume that it's going to be muddy and wet and that IS NOT the type of weather you should be wearing UGGs in. Same goes for wearing your boots in the snow. Yes, UGGs are a fall and winter shoe; however they are not snow boots.
The answer isn't exactly black and white, because it depends on how cold it is, how icy the streets are, how much walking you will have to do, etc., but basically, yes, you can wear your rain boots in the snow, in the sense that nothing bad will happen to your boots and you will keep yourself dry.
What to Wear in the Snow: 13 Cute, Warm & Dry Outfit Ideas
- Waterproof vest. The waterproof vest is an icon of the great outdoors.
- Beanie cap & Ugg Boots.
- Layer with Sweater and Tights.
- Fabric Winter Coat.
- Peacoat Jacket and Gloves.
- Waterproof Long Jacket.
- Fur Vest.
- Parka Jacket with Fur Hoodie.
Snow boots are fashionable, uber functional pieces that your wardrobe needs during the colder months. They can seem like a super expensive buy for something you only wear in the snow, but that's not the case. If you're wondering can you wear snowboots in the rain, the answer is most definitely yes.
Wear double socks. Avoid ankle socks because they may slip down your foot as you walk. Rain boots are looser than most shoes, so you want to wear socks with a strong grip above the ankles—socks that will stay put all day.
Although wearing leather in the rain will not damage it right away, water, especially in large amounts can damage it and make it break down prematurely. We don't suggest to wear boots in rain. Water can also ruin the appearance of fine leather.
There exists controversy around whether you should wear socks in your Uggs or not. You should however wear socks. It is claimed that because they are sheepskin that breathes you don't have to wear socks but this is BS. You will know if you walked the talk and ended up with very sweaty feet.
How to Dry Wet Ugg Boots
- Step 1: If clean water got into your boots, then you can do the drying procedure immediately.
- Step 2: Shake off as much excess water as you can out of the boots.
- Step 3: Now it's time to dry your ugg boots.
- Step 4: Stuff your ugg boots with unprinted paper, paper towels or a rolled up towel.
Use an eraser to remove dirt and salt stains.
- Wet the stained area with some water and use damp sponge with a little suede cleaning product to gently rub the stain in a circular motion.
- Remove the cleaning product with a damp cloth and allow the boots to dry naturally.
It's modern and roomy—the washer everyone here likes to use to wash their own clothes. But you can use any washing machine for this. To keep them safe and prevent fleece from escaping, wash your Uggs in a mesh laundry bag.
Dip a clean, damp cloth into the mixture and use it to gently scrub away any stains on your boots. Finally, use another damp close to wipe the vinegar mixture off the boots. Stuff your boots with some towels or scrap paper to help them keep their shape. Put them in a cool, dry place away from sunlight to dry.
Step 1: Mix a solution of one part warm water to one part white vinegar. Step 2: Dip a microfibre washcloth into the vinegar solution and gently dab it on your shoes to remove the salt stains. Don't worry about any discolouring–it will dissipate when dry.
Method 3 Preventing Odors
- Keep your Uggs dry, and don't wear them while they are wet. Wet Uggs are stinky Uggs.
- Rotate wearing your shoes.
- Air your boots out after wearing them.
- Replace the inserts often, especially once they begin to smell.
- Wear socks with your Uggs.
- Keep your feet odor-free.
Rinse cloth, wipe excess soap off the moccasin and let air dry. In extreme cases suede moccasins can be washed in the washing machine on gentle cycle. Do not put them in the dryer, let them air dry instead with something placed inside the moccasin so it will retain its shape.
To soak small pieces of faux fur that need a more intense clean, you should:
- Fill a bucket or sink with cool water and add a mild detergent like Persil Silk & Wool.
- Place the garment in the bucket and let it soak for 15-20 minutes.
- Drain away the soapy water and rinse the garment through with clean cool water.
Faux fur can be washed in the machine. Don't just haphazardly throw it in, though. Be sure to set your washing machine to delicate and wash with cold water and a mild detergent.
To ensure years of cozy comfort, wash separately in cold water on the gentle cycle using your usual detergent. Use only non-chlorine bleach as needed. We recommend line drying but if you're in a hurry, you can also put the blanket in the dryer on the no heat setting (sometimes called 'air fluff').
Always machine wash fleece alone or with other fleece blankets and clothing that is similar in texture to prevent abrasion. Fill the washing machine halfway with cold or lukewarm water, and then add a gentle laundry detergent. It is best to avoid washing in warm water, which can cause pilling.