UGG Introduces Limited-Edition ‘Sesame Street’ Collaboration

Select UGGs now feature furry “Sesame Street” characters.

License Global

January 14, 2022

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Shoes from the Sesame Street and Ugg collaboration, featuring Elmo, Cookie Monster and Big Bird
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Global lifestyle brand UGG has announced a collaboration with Sesame Workshop, the nonprofit educational organization behind “Sesame Street.”  

The UGG x “Sesame Street” collection features kids' shoes like the UGG Neumel, Bixbee and Fluff Yeah, adding design updates inspired by “Sesame Street” characters.  

Available in infant, toddler and kids’ sizes, the collection is being sold exclusively through and Kids Foot Locker in North America. 

Available for toddlers and kids, the UGG x Big Bird Fluff Yeah takes cues from the character and features sheepskin, easy entry and a vibrant color palette. For the little ones, the UGG x Big Bird Bixbee is an updated customer favorite with super-soft terry cloth and is machine washable. 

Elmo and Cookie Monster also make an appearance on the Infants Bixbee, as well as the UGG Chukka. The UGG x Elmo Neumel and UGG x Cookie Monster Neumel feature character applications in their familiar colors. The shoes include original details like soft UGG plush lining and a durable, cushioned sole. 


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