Just in case you are interested, which I'm sure you are not.....
These are real Australian Uggs which my sil and I wear after buying our first pairs in Oz, they are so nice and much cheaper than the American version (which is what everybody thinks of as being genuine) even with shipping.
The problem with the whole 'genuine' thing is that Ugg Australia (American - owned by Deckers) can't stop Australian companies calling Sheepskin boots Ugg boots as that is what they are called here. It's like trying to copyright "wellies" and then telling everyone that their wellies are fake.
In Australia Ugg Australia Uggs are about 140 pounds.
(my keyboard doesn't have a pound sign!!!!! It is new and I have just noticed....there is a % sign instead!. Nightmare)
Basically, there are loads of different brands of Ugg boots. They are popular in Oz and not everyone there wears the "Ugg Australia" brand, which is actually an American brand.
Most people in the UK would consider Ugg Australia brand the genuine brand because they have cornered the market a bit. There are loads of companies that sell them though with equal quality. So if you don't mind not having the trendy Ugg Australia tag, get them as they are cheaper.
The import tax wont be too much as they are low priced. A&F orders will get stung for tax because for some reason some brands are like waving a red flag in front of the C&E officers.
yy, Celtic Sheepskin are very good, my kids have them, they are really hardwearing, and they will replace bits of them, pannels, soles etc, so they are for life really, wish childrens feet didn't grow.