Shoes

Are chocolate or chestnut Uggs more popular?

345

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered
2011-01-12 18:16:05
2011-01-12 18:16:05

chestnut uggs everyone has chestnut uggs

001
๐Ÿ™
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0

Related Questions


I Honestly Think That The Chestnut Color Is Better For Uggs Because It Can Go With More Clothes Than Black Does :)

UGG's come in many colors the classic colors are sand, chestnut, chocolate, grey, black...then there is metallic colors, special edition or exclusive uggs many kind though all are cute! Uggs come in pretty much every color. I know this years edition included dark purple, blue, olive green, a darker pink, and much more.

There are dozens of styles of UGGS boots and shoes that are available in chocolate brown, and the price is dependent on the style rather than the color. It also depends on the retailer and whether any sales, discounts or promotions apply. UGGS in chocolate can be found listed from as low as $43 to $240 and more.

Yes! The cardy uggs stretch more though

Chocolate ice cream is more popular than vanilla

Chocolate! I mean half of the world loves chocolate cake. I like white vanilla cake. White cake with white or pink or any colored frosting! But yeah it's chocolate cake that's more popular.

because there more warm and strylish mostly uggs

Because many people do not like dark chocolate's intense flavor as it is more bitter than milk chocolate. Milk chocolate is sweeter.

Some popular clothing items in 2007 were ponchos, leggings, nikes, uggs (came more in style), and the number one fad was crocs.

They are most likely more comfortable if they are the real Uggs. Also the real type of Uggs are more likely to last longer than cheaper ones. They would probably have more padding in them if they are the real thing.

The type of sheepskin boots known as ugg boots, or uggs, are made by footwear manufacturers. For more information about uggs, see links below.

When you buy the uggs it would probably say the name of the brand on the shoebox, or typically real uggs are more expensive and from what I've heard they usually cost 50$ or more in Canada.

I think that the most popular lab color would be yellow.

uggs! duh! they might be more expensive but go to a store that sells uggs and try them on then go to a store that sells bearpaw and try them on which is better obviously the uggs but would you pay about 100 dollars more for those or you can get the uggs they sell at Costco they are 40 dollars but it really depends if ur looking for the brand name stuff or the comfort and warmth

the popular flavor are: 1.chocolate 2.vanilla 3.strawberry 4.cookies and cream and more and more and more.....

There are many places where one can find more information on about death by chocolate. One can find more information about death by chocolate at popular on the web sources such as All Recipes and My Fitness Pal.

i could say yes. hard candy can have chocolate in it. like coffee candy. but it is up to who ever likes chocolate. But most people like chocolate.

no becuse coke has bin around for long

damnn idk prada aree more expensive prombli then polo uggs but i neva saw the polo uggs but if they had both signs they would be hard.

Uggs are considered a popular fashion item. They are comfortable to wear and keep your feet warm in the cold winter months, if you don't get them wet. If you get them wet, they are basically useless. They are more of a status item than a functional item.

Chocolate Santas are a popular stocking stuffer at Christmas. One can purchase chocolate Santas from many online websites including Amazon and Walmart.

it cost more then 300 dollars

No. There are 2 totally different sets of genes that make up these two colors. Champagne is a dilution gene and there is now a test for it. (see Related Links for more information) Liver Chestnut is genetically just chestnut (same color as sorrel) but is visually darker. There are many shades of a red base color but they are still all a red base color. There is no test for Liver Chestnut because, at this time, it is not considered a color at all, but a way to describe a darker red horse. If you breed a gold champagne to a liver chestnut, you can get chestnut, gold champagne, liver chestnut or a darker gold champagne. The chances for Liver or the darker gold champagne is probably less than plain chestnut/sorrel or gold champagne. Chocolate Palomino is also not a "color" but is a word to describe a darker palomino. Could be a sooty gene darkening the palominos appearance. There are other colors that people call chocolate too and they are totally unrelated genetically to the palomino. Silver dapple is the best example.


Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.