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Edited by on January 11 2011 at 9:16 PM

Fake Ugg makers should be shaking in their pseudo-suede booties. Ugg Australia just released its anti-counterfeiting report, and the results are staggering.

244,648 Fake Ugg Boots Seized in China

A total of 118 fake Ugg raids were conducted in 2010. In the largest of these, law enforcement swooped in to seize 244,648 pair of counterfeit boots in China.

Holy camel hair! That’s a lotta fake sheepskin.

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