I am a guy who wears them and I do not know what the big deal is. I wear them in fall Winter and sometimes spring , and I wear them with my pants tucked in (not sure if that matters). They were originally men's boots. Just because women started wearing them does not make them girlie all of the sudden. Plus they are so warm and comfy. And if girls wear masculine shoes like Jordan's or those manly Timberland boots, I do not see what's wrong with guys wearing something originally made for men.
Also Uggs are not feminine looking. They are Ugly and make girls feet and thighs look big. They look like Viking boots. all those are masculine traits. I never associated them with being feminine looking. I don't understand how people think they make a guy look gay or a girlie because they are not girlie looking. I personally think Uggs are Ugly but nothing beats their comfort.
I have heard some girls say they could never date a guy who wore Uggs. Girls could you really not date someone for their footwear. That is so crazy to me. Also is it an instant turn off if a guy does wear them. Everyone should be able to enjoy the comfort of Uggs. I'm not a Metro Sexual guy or a guy into Fashion I just like Uggs.
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If you admit that they are ugly, why are you wearing them. I also think that they are ugly. Honestly, there are women who would date you if you wore uggs. Personally, I wouldn't date nor talk to a guy who wore uggs. Esp tucked in. I'm in the the masculine man. I do think when you wear them makes a difference. Like if your wearing them in the snow or extreme cold. But not like normally. If you tuck your pants in you could easily be mistaken for gay in my book. I live in Los Angeles, and unfortunately, men don't wear Uggs over here.
But hey fashion is being creative and breaking the rules. Look at rockers, they are attractive (not how they look) but how they act. They wear what they want and women flock.0
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