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The Boot Inn is at 17 Eastgate Street and 9 Eastgate Row, Chester, Cheshire, England. It is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade II* listed building. The building consists of a shop occupying a former undercroft at street level, above which is a public house at the level of the Row and above.

The Boot Inn was built in the early to middle part of the 17th century, opening as an inn in 1643. Its façade was rebuilt and restored in the late 19th century. For many years most of the front section of the building at Row level was occupied by a barber’s shop, with a corridor leading to the public house beyond it. Since alterations and restorations were carried out in 1988 the whole of the Row level has been occupied by a public house.

The building is constructed in sandstone, the upper storeys being timber-framed with plaster panels, and is roofed in slate. It is in three storeys, and has one bay. At ground level is a modern shop front. At the level of the Row a shaped balustrade. Behind this is a stallboard, the paved walkway of the Row, and the restored entrance front to the public house. The top storey is jettied and carried on brackets carved with figures. It contains a canted five-light mullioned and transomed oriel window above five shaped panels. At the sides of the window are close studded panels and pilasters. Above the window is a carved tie-beam, and a gable containing herringbone studding. The bargeboards are moulded with a drop finial.

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UGG (formerly UGG Australia) is an American footwear company and a division of Deckers Brands.

UGG is a registered trademark in the United States and over 130 other countries for footwear, as well as bags, clothing, outerwear, home goods and other products. Deckers is headquartered in Goleta, California with an e-commerce division located in Flagstaff, Arizona. UGG makes its footwear within its factories located in Vietnam and China. The fur is sourced from Australia, Ireland, the United Kingdom, or the United States.

The UGG brand is best known for its distinctive “Classic” sheepskin boots for both men and women. With roots in traditional Australian ugg boot design, the boots have developed over the years to become what is now known as the UGG “Classic” style. UGG brand boots have been identified as a fashion trend for women and men since the early 2000s. The range has expanded to include various styles of footwear, including leather, canvas and other materials, handbags, clothing, outerwear, hats, gloves, home products such as blankets and pillows, and other goods. Deckers has reported sales of US$689 million under the UGG brand in 2008, an increase from US$14.5 million in 1995. The company’s profits have consistently increased over the years, with sales consistently exceeding $1 billion since 2011.

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