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Hunter was established as a style classic, worn by celebrities and fashionistas the world over. Hunter, best known for their iconic Hunter Wellies, was originally designed for walking in Scotland's rugged terrain and combating its unpredictable weather. Since then, the reputation of Hunter's outdoor range of clothing and footwear for performance, durability and outstanding comfort has become legendary.
The History of Hunter Wellies
The story of Hunter starts in 1856 when Henry Lee Norris, an American entrepreneur landed in Scotland in search of a base to make boots from. Hunter Wellies were used extensively during World War I, with huge demand for a boot that was suitable for the flooded conditions of the trenches. In total, 1,185,036 pairs of Hunter Wellies were produced to satisfy the Army's demands. The Hunter Welly Boot was now a functional necessity. The most famous Hunter Welly, the Hunter Original Green Wellington was first produced in 1955 and was the first orthopedic boot that Hunter made, launched alongside the Royal Hunter (now replaced by the Balmoral Royal, the ultimate in luxury wellies!).
Today, Hunter footwear remain the preferred brand for those wanting a hard-wearing, great looking and long lasting wellington boot. Hunter is appointed as suppliers of waterproof footwear to HM The Queen and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh making everyone from The Royal Family and festival-goers, throught o working farmers all rely on the legendary comfort and durability of Hunter Welly Boots.
Hunter Boots Ownership & Care Guide
Hunter take a long time to make your boots, but in their experience there is no other way to make the kind of boot that they'd be happy to put their name to - and you just can't rush perfection. We want you to enjoy your Hunter boots and for them to last. So please be kind to them and follow the simple guidelines below to ensure they are loved and cared for!
Wipe and dry naturally after use. Only use lukewarm, soapy water. Never use solvents to clean. Store in a cool, dry, dark location away from sources of ozone and never store boots whilst damp. Avoid storage near sources of artificial heat or direct sunlight. Do not store folded or creased. In hot or humid weather, white marks may appear on the boots. This is not a defect but a release of protective wax that can be wiped clean with a damp cloth. For boots with zippers, zipper teeth should be kept clean and free of dirt.
When purchasing your Hunter boots, consider one of Hunter's care products to maintain the 'like new' look of your Hunter Rubber Boots. These are available under 'Accessories':
UV Tech *
* UV Tech is not suitable for use on Regent or Gloss boots. Please use a soft cloth to remove any white marks that may appear.
WARNING: There is a greater risk of slipping with increased sole wear. Exposure to solvents, oils and animal fats can swell the rubber and increase the risk of slipping. Hunter boots contain natural rubber latex, which some people may be allergic to.
* Please note: Some footwear may have packaging labelled with EU or US sizes. Please be sure to try the item on to confirm an incorrect size before returning.