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|If the quality of the stitching is very bad, then it's a fake. Of course, it might be complicated to distinguish "very bad" out of "bad" and from "good", but if it really is obviously very bad, then the boots are fake scans.
Look at the store's black-colored UGGs. Geniune black-colored have black-colored soles and black labels with all the "UGG" logo in white-colored, whereas fake "black" UGGs have got tan-colored soles and darkish (or non-black) labels.
Obtain the "Nightfall" model. If the "Nightfall" presented to you is every other color but Chestnut, it is just a fake. Deckers only would make "Nightfall" in Chestnut.
Obtain a "Sundance" model. In case you see a "Sundance" in some other color but Chestnut Sand or Dark chocolate, it is a fraudulent. Deckers has stopped defining it as in Black. There may be old stock around, but anyone selling huge amounts of them is almost certainly selling fakes.
While still on the subject of trunk color, take note that there are no "camel"-colored UGGgs. So if someone will give you one, bingo!
In a real UGG, the sheepskin fur around the boot matches the colour on the boot but the sheepskin fur at the bottom of the boot, exactly where your foot sits, is definitely natural (or "cream") around color.
The sole of a genuine is about a half-inch or higher, while the soles of fakes are extremely thin, like maybe? -inch.