Verdict from +100 user reviews

8 reasons to buy

  • A number of fans love the fit of the UGG Bren that’s equally great even without wearing socks.
  • A lot of reviewers attest to the superb cushioning and support of the UGG Bren.
  • Numerous wearers claim that the pair does not give discomfort when worn for long hours and is perfect for standing and walking all day.
  • A user comments that it’s a really comfortable sneaker that’s ready to wear right out of the box and doesn’t need breaking in.
  • Many reviewers claim that the Bren sneaker from UGG is well made and durable.
  • Most wearers say that it’s very breathable and great at keeping the feet cool and dry and that it’s perfect for a summer shoe.
  • Numerous users love the casual design and style of the sneakers that go easily any outfit. 
  • Quite a lot of reviewers say that they would definitely recommend the pair to family and friends.

2 reasons not to buy

  • A reviewer mentions that the shoes stain easily. 
  • Some reviewers say that it’s slightly wider than usual.

Bottom line

The women’s UGG Bren is a great casual pair for everyday use. It’s superb cushioning provides long-lasting comfort and support and is perfect for all-day walking. This pair can pass as a summer shoe for its superior breathability and comfort. It’s stylish and versatile and easy to wear with anything.

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Good to know

The women’s slip-on UGG Bren is available in US sizing. Its perforated upper is made with cotton mesh and a Terry cloth lining that’s keeping it airy and breathable. Dual gore panels on the sides make it easy to wear on and off and keep it secure and snug on foot.

The UGG Bren is a simple yet stylish women’s pair. It’s a lightweight slip-on sneaker with a casual style dressed up in a cotton mesh upper and stripe-wrapped sole. A soft Terry cloth lining adds support and gives it a comfortable in-shoe feel.

It features an EVA performance foam insole that keeps it cushioned and comfortable and a crepe-rubber outsole that stays flexible for long-wearing. This pair can easily be worn with a pair of jeans and a shirt for an everyday look that’s simple and classy.

The UGG Bren is a classic slip-on made by women and for women. The pair is made in a factory that supports women in the supply chain. HERproject is a collaborative initiative that creates partnerships with brands like UGG to educate and empower women in the workplace. 

The perforated upper is constructed with cotton mesh and keeps airflow moving all day making it a cool, lightweight, and very breathable pair. It has a Terrycloth lining for reinforcement adding comfort and support to the pair.

Dual gore panels on each side keep it secure and easy to slip on and off. The stripe-wrapped sole made of EVA performance foam insole gives extra cushioning and support and the crepe rubber outsole for flexibility and traction.

UGG started way back in 1978 when founder Brian Smith settled in Southern California with his bag of sheepskin cleats. It started small with a sale of 28 pairs of cleats in the first season and steadily gained momentum until it became a hit. By the middle of the 80s the brand became a symbol of the region’s casual culture. 

Starting off as a staple in the surfing community in Southern California, the brand made its way to stores in big cities and surrounding towns. Expanding their market store after store and finally gained international recognition during the 1994 Winter Olympics with their signature cleats. 

In 2003, Oprah Winfrey included UGG cleats in her list of favorite things and sales began to double for the brand. By the 90s, celebrities were seen wearing the UGG brand as casual shoes. Today, UGG is registered in more than 130 countries around the world and has diversified to manufacturing sneakers, bags, apparel, home goods, gear, and more.

  • The UGG Bren slip-on comes in different colorways.

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.