For their sophomore cllection of collaborative shoes, UGG and STAMPD have come together to launch a series of utlity-centric options. For their sophomore collection of collaborative shoes, UGG and STAMPD have come together to launch a series of utility-centric options. Catering to the fall and winter seasons, the duo has thought outside of the box to provide three styles that reimagine heritage models from the footwear brand through the lens of the Los Angeles-based label’s founder and designer, Chris Stamp.
The STAMPD x UGG Fall/Winter 2020 collection includes three key styles with interchangeable elements for ultimate versatility. The classic Tasman slipper takes on new life with three-in-one wearability, courtesy of a removable liner that can be worn with the shoe or separately as a house slipper. Additional warmth is added to the already-cozy style with insulated down fill while maintaining its signature elements like rich suede, durable textiles, and a wool insole. Cobranded elements and a toggle detail round out the boot, which is available in chestnut and black.
Keeping in step with functional cold-weather offerings, the STAMPD x UGG Lace-Up boot is a water-repelling shoe made from suede and nylon. Metal hardware adds an après ski design element, one of the many personal touches from Stamp. “I was born in Aspen, Colorado, and have always had an affinity for the winter uniform,” he says. “Our new collection features technical, multipurpose footwear that can be worn anywhere from fireside to the slopes.”
Adding an avant-garde meets leisure option to the collection, UGG’s Fluff Slide receives a leopard sheepskin update. This is complemented by a buckled nylon backstrap with collaboration detailing and neoprene heel padding. Not to forgo utility, the rubber outsole travels indoors and outdoors, doubling as an at-home slipper and statement-making lifestyle shoe.