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Give It Some Welly: 20% Off Hunter


Since 1856, Hunter has been making rubber boots of outstanding quality. Established by an American in Scotland, Hunter started life as the Northern British Rubber Company, making industrial items and boots from newly discovered vulcanized rubber.

By the time war broke out in 1914, the company employed almost 600 staff, and it wasn't long before they were making rubber boots for the boys in the trenches. For the next four years, the mill was a hive of activity; open 24 hours a day and producing more than 1 million pairs of protective rubber boots, with more pairs produced during World War II, such was their quality.

In recognition of the quality of their products, and perhaps too, the company's unwavering stoicism during two world wars, Hunter was given the prestigious accolade of the Royal Warrant by Appointment to HRH Duke of Edinburgh, in 1977. Many royals, including the late Princess Diana, have since been spotted sporting Hunter wellies.

Today, Hunter is the welly of choice for thousands of people across the UK and beyond, from fashionable celebrities to intrepid explorers, and everyone in between. A common sight at summer music festivals, Hunter boots have been seen on the feet of some of the world's most famous people, including Kate Moss, Beyonce and Prince Harry.

Continuing the techniques and traditions which made their name, Hunter boots are still hand crafted on a traditional last, using natural rubber in a 28 part construction. But, as their vibrant and idiosyncratic AW/14 campaign suggests, the brand has changed dramatically over time. A myriad of styles and colour combinations now exist, from the abstract Nightfall wellington to the beautiful Balmoral boot, but every design has one thing in common; quality.

In celebration of this iconic British brand -and with cold, wet weather creeping in- we’ve taken 20% off all Hunter wellington boots, so you can splash about in style this season, and have a piece of British heritage, right at your feet.