What’s your favourite way to get a new pair of duck-themed boots?
The answer may be to order one online from an online retailer or buy them in person at a local sporting goods store.
A new survey of nearly 1,000 Duck fans, conducted by DuckLife Australia and DuckLife USA, has found there are two ways to get your hands on a pair of Duck boots.
The first is to go to a sporting goods shop.
The second is to wait.
“Ducks sporting goods are among the top-selling items on eBay, with a combined average selling price of $30,” the report says.
In a year, DuckLife says there were more than 9,000 pairs of shoes sold online.
The survey found that the most popular Duck boots were the “Turtle and Thelma” style of boots.
The Turtle and Thesma style boots are the most requested Duck boots in Australia.
The report also found that a large proportion of Duck fans were keen to know how to find and get the best Duck boots on eBay.
“A significant percentage of Duck enthusiasts want to know what boots to buy based on their favourite Duck style,” it says.
“Duck boots can be bought online from retailers such as DuckLife, eBay and eBay Direct.”
DuckLife’s general manager of footwear and footwear design, David White, said online shoppers had been “highly interested in our range of duck boots”.
“There’s a lot of people looking to get their hands on boots that look good on the face and are very comfortable, and we’re seeing this as a growing market in Australia,” Mr White said.
“Our range of Duck style boots is very popular, with DuckLife having sold over 300,000 of our boots since launch.”
The DuckLife website, which is the official Duck site, is home to the Duck boots website.
In Australia, there are around 4,000 retail Duck stores, which sell duck-branded footwear.
While online shopping is more popular, Duck Life has a team of experts on site that can help with any questions you may have.
It is not a “one-stop shop”, with Duck Life offering Duck style footwear to retailers and other online retailers, and also has online retailers in the US, Germany, France, Japan, Spain, and Belgium.