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Ugg, Simple, Teva Outlet sale & more summer great gear deals galore!

May 20, 2009

new & old Uggs Simple teva kids shoes by Art PredatorMany people know that Ventura is home to Patagonia. Not because we’re a big industrial city but because there’s great surf, climbing and fly fishing in the Sespe, hot springs, and mild weather.  People can and do climb or snow ski in the morning and surf in the afternoon. You can get to Yosemite or San Francisco in 6-7 hours and LAX or Pine Mountain in 90 minutes. We grow some awesome grapes and make delicious wine around here too!

Because of Patagonia (and the other amenities!), Ventura is also home to a number of related outdoor sports companies. While Grammicci just moved away, Ojai and others are still here, and Real Cheap Sports outlet is open almost every day of the year; they carry Patagonia and other labels and can outfit you for any outdoor sport you enjoy at better prices than you might think!

Maybe my favorite outlet is Deckers, makers, distributors and importers of shoes like Uggs, Teva, and Simple. Whenever my son needs shoes (at 5 he outgrows them AND wears them out fast!), I head over to the outlet buried in an light industrial area at Colt near Palm

Deckers Factory Outlet Store

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4880 Colt St
Ventura, CA 93003
(805) 676-3571
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Yesterday I scored shoes for my son and for our friend’s daughter:  2 pair of kids rain Ugg boots ($20 a pair), water shoes ($2), and 5 more pair of shoes and sandles at $5 each pair. Yes, my son owns and wears Simple shoes just like Ellen:http://tinyurl.com/dxjx2y. More kids shoes plus adult shoes will go on sale for $5 a pair tomorrow, Thursday at 11am; the sale continues throughout the weekend.

The best selection and deals are on “sample” sizes. For kids that’s size 13 and since my son is a 12, we’re stoked. Women’s sample size is 7 (which is a child’s 5), while men’s sample size is 9–a bit big for me and sometimes tight for the Big Monkey, but hey we all get lucky sometimes. Last summer I bought a pair fo $200 Uggs for $50. My first Uggs came from one of their sales: $10! OK, they needed a repair that cost me $5.

While you’re in town, you might also go by RCS and see what’s on sale there (Real Cheap Sports–they’re on my blog roll and you can follow them on twitter to get killer mailorder specials!) Use your KCRW discount card and get 10% off. Great Pacific Iron Works, Patagonia’s original store, is right down the street and having sales this weekend also.

5 Comments leave one →
  1. charlotte permalink
    October 1, 2009 7:52 pm

    dear team from art predator,
    i’m a german girl and i’m young, please tell me the price for some low uggs.
    thank you,
    greetings from charlotte

  2. October 2, 2009 4:36 am

    Hi Charlotte,

    I can’t tell you the price of some Uggs–I go to the outlet here.

    best, gwendolyn aka Art Predator

  3. charlotte permalink
    October 2, 2009 12:57 pm

    why can’t you tell me the price?

  4. October 2, 2009 3:00 pm

    Because I have no idea how much they cost. I’ve found them the at the outlet between $10 and $200 depending on the size, the style, and the season. The company sells completely different products and with great deals at the warehouse outlet and only at the warehouse outlet. Do you or your friend intend to drive to Ventura to the outlet? If you do, you will get the best possible prices on Uggs in the US it seems to me.

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