Size and fit

The lace-up UGG Blake sneaker is designed for the women’s feet which can be obtained at your usual sneaker size. UGG sneaker sizes extend from 5 to 12 US in medium width. Male shoppers may grab a format that’s 1.5 bigger than their typical size. This UGG sneaker offers a luxurious feel inside as it is lined with smooth and breathable leather and moderately cushioned by an EVA foam insole. 

UGG Blake Style

If you’re looking for a multipurpose fashion UGG sneaker you can wear all year round; the unembellished and discreetly classy Blake sneaker might be the one that suits you. You can quickly bring out a modestly stylish look with this leather lace-up at the school campus, in the office or at field work; when traveling around, accomplishing your day-to-day errands, for weekend parties, casual night outs, and so on.

The muted UGG Blake colorways such as white, black, and dusk give you the flexibility to tie this up with practically any casual garb in your closet. Whichever tone you pick, it will pleasantly go well with your favorite cropped jeans, loose pants, harems, capris, and jumper shorts. It also suits various hemlines from mini, midi to maxi dresses.   

Notable Features

UGG Blake is an example of how the brand has mastered the craft of producing superbly comfy sneakers even with the most modest makeup. The primary assets of this lifestyle sneaker lie in the use of a luxuriously smooth and durable leather surface, leather lined interior, and a grippy crepe-like rubber outsole. The midsole isn’t just glued but stitched on which makes it even more long-enduring, which is why it is considered as a dependable year-round casual sneaker.

UGG Blake History

UGG made its entry into the US market when Australian surfer Brian Smith rolled out ultra-comfy sheepskin cleats from his country of origin to America’s surfing hub, California, back in 1978. It instantly gained a strong following among surf subculture, but its appearance on the pages of Vogue magazine and the Oprah Winfrey Show’s “Favorite Things" gave it a solid toehold on the mainstream market.

UGG cleats saturated the US market, even more, when big stars and fashion elites were spotted sporting UGG’s comfy-styled cleats. Some of them are Rihanna, Jennifer Lopez, Lady Gaga, Sarah Jessica Parker, Amanda Seyfried, Natalie Portman, plus a whole lot more. The UGG shoe craze dominated the online market as well when young models like Kylie Jenner, Kendall Jenner, and Gigi Hadid clad in UGG footwear were featured in fashion blogs.

UGG has become a go-to brand by those who need trusty winter shoes and desire to pull up their style with comfy yet chic lifestyle footwear. Since its debut into mainstream fashion at the start of the new century, UGG has been continuously updating its footwear lineup, season after season. Aside from cleats, UGG has been throwing out sneakers in high-top and low profile silhouettes using fresh colors.

One that takes up a classic shape using soft leather, and employing the traditional stitch down method in securing the upper and sole is the UGG Blake. This low-top UGG sneaker upholds the trademark comfort and chic styling that’s long been associated with UGG shoes.

Additional Info

  • UGG labeling is debossed on the rear lateral end and the outsole.
  • This UGG lifestyle sneaker comes with seven pairs of eyeholes.
  • The molded rubber outsole is designed with a crepe-like surface.
  • A variation of this style is the UGG Blake Fur in black and chestnut colorways that are made of soft suede and sheepskin upper.

Facts / Specs

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Author
Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.