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In Australia ugg boots and variants like ug, ugh or uggs are used generically. A trademark of UGH-BOOTS was registered in 1971 but was not enforced and generic users of the terms successfully applied for its removal in 2006 (Deckers Outdoor Corporation v B&B McDougal ATMO 5 (16 January 2006)).

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ugg boot (plural ugg boots)

  1. A boot made of sheepskin with the wool as the lining and the leather as the outside.