UGG® Womens Lynnea Boots has been discontinued and is sold out. Try these styles instead:




The versatile UGG Lynnea is destined to be a favorite this season. Can be worn rolled up or down, depending on your mood. Don't miss out and order now.

» Can be worn rolled up, down or anywhere in between
» Front end of footbed is sheepskin (has wool)
» Heel is padded lambskin
» Suede or leather uppers
» 2 inch wooden heel
» 7-8 inch shaft height unrolled, 4-5 inch shaft height rolled
» UGG Lynnea is part of the Women's Clog Collection
» Style #1958, #3204, #3207
» Shipping weight 4 lbs

Sizing Recommendations
» The UGG Lynnea fits true to size. If between sizes, go up 1/2 size.

Additional Info

Additional Info

Sizing Recommendations The UGG Lynnea fits true to size. If between sizes, go up 1/2 size.
Shipment Dates No new shipments scheduled.
Manufacturer UGG
Heel Height 2in - 2 3/4in
Shaft Height 7in - 7 3/4in
Features Cuffable, Slip On
Outside Material Suede
Inside Partially Wool Lined
Status Discontinued Style
Style Number 1958, 3204, 3207
Made In No


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Sizing Charts

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First, even if you already know your shoe size, we recommend printing the corresponding sizing chart to confirm your size (Adobe Reader is necessary to view the charts). 

Then, after you have your true size from the size charts, view the recommendations on each individual product page under the heading Sizing Recommendations under the Description tab and use that information to determine the size to order. Sizing recommendations vary by style, not manufacturer, so do not skip this step.

The sizing recommendations you see on our site are based on our many years of experience selling UGG footwear. Our staff tries on each style individually and we talk to customers regularly about fit, so we know exactly how your footwear should feel and how your footwear will break in over time. Remember, these are general recommendations only and your experience may differ.