UGG has a sister company called Koolaburra that designs cute sandals and casual sneakers under $100 - here's how they stack up
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- UGG has a sister company called Koolaburra that sells cute casual shoes under $100.
- Editors on the Insider Picks team tried four pairs of shoes from Koolaburra's spring line including casual sneakers, heeled sandals, and booties.
- Our verdict? The price and quality of the shoes were all right on point.
We're all familiar with UGG and its classic shearling boots, but its sister company Koolaburra might be new to some. A younger and more affordable brand created by UGG, Koolaburra is where you'd turn once the temperatures get a little too hot for denim shorts and boots with the fur.The shoes embody the relaxed lifestyle that is Southern California with what the brand calls the three Cs - casual, comfortable, and carefree. Each style is designed with versatility in mind and can take you from work to brunch to the beach.
One of my favorite things about the Koolaburra spring line, and all of its shoes in general actually, is that they're reasonably priced with sandals coming in between $60 and $70. Even cool weather shoes like booties and boots (which usually can cost hundreds of dollars that I'm not willing to spend) are $100 or less.
To test out Koolaburra's shoes for ourselves, the Insider Picks tried out different styles including slip-on mules, booties, sandals, and sneakers over the course of several weeks to see how they fared.
Here are our experiences with different Koolaburra shoes:
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