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Hunter Unisex-Adult Original Tall Wellington Boots


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I have been buying hunters for years - they last for ages are a good fit and come in great colours.
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finally, one pair was a perfect fit and good quality with good weight.
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Have had many pairs over the years and are so comfortable to wear for dog walking a couple of hours a day.
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  • Waterproof
  • Built on an Orthopedic last for comfort and fit
  • Outer Material: Rubber
  • Inner Material: Nylon
  • Sole: Gum Rubber
  • Closure: Buckle
  • Heel Height: 2.2 inches
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  • Boxed-product Weight: 299 g
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  • Manufacturer reference: W23499
  • ASIN: B002CQU0D2
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 3 Mar 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,049 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 21 in Shoes & Bags (See Top 100 in Shoes & Bags)
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About Hunter
THE HUNTER STORY - A symbol of British country life

In 1856 Mr Henry Lee Norris, an American entrepreneur, landed on Scottish soil in search of a home for his boot making company. Having acquired a block of buildings in Edinburgh, known as the Castle Silk Mills, the North British Rubber… Read the story and more in Amazon's Hunter Store.

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Product Description

Hunter Boots Are Outstanding In Every Field, Waterproof, Comfortable And Fashionable

Manufacturer's Description

In 1856, Henry Lee Norris, an American entrepreneur, landed on Scottish soil in search of a home for his boot making company. Having acquired a block of buildings in Edinburgh, known as the Castle Silk Mills, the North British Rubber Company (which much later became known as Hunter Boot Ltd) was registered as a limited liability company in September 1856. In the beginning there were only four people working for the company, by 1875 the team had grown to 600 members of staff. Production of wellington boots was dramatically boosted with the advent of World War I, when the company was asked by the British government to construct a sturdy boot suitable for the conditions in flooded trenches. The mills ran day and night to produce immense quantities of these trench boots. More than a million pairs were made to cope with the Army's demands. The fashionable boot was now a functional necessity. Hunter's most famous welly, the original Green wellington, was made over 50 years ago in the winter of 1955. It was the first orthopaedic boot that they made and was launched alongside the Royal Hunter--another boot that remains in Hunter's range today. Today, Hunter remains the preferred welly brand for those who like to work hard and play hard--there's a great range of boots to suit welly wearers all over the world--from the Royal Family to festival-goers, working farmers and landed gentry alike.

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874 of 886 people found the following review helpful By Mr. A. D. Ashley on 31 Dec 2009
Colour Name: FuchsiaSize Name: 4 UK
I have been wearing Hunter wellingtons for 40 years and they have been up and down in quality several times. Some years ago they got very thin and weak. Then they started making them in Scotland by a dipping process and these were very strong. These are characterised by rather wavy lines at the back, white plastic labels on the soles and especially by no seam in the cloth inside. If you can find a pair, they should last. A couple of years ago Hunters nearly went broke and now the boots are being made in the far east and not by the dipping process, despite what some suppliers tell you. Some of them were never told about the change and some have even rejected them when they found out. There were containers of them sitting at the docks in Britain for months having been rejected. The foreign ones are very neat at the back and have seams in the cloth inside. As a director of Hunters admitted to me, the new ones are not nearly as strong as the Scottish dipped ones. I think it is an outrage that people are still charging about £60 for these boots. They will begin to crack after literally just a few days use. There is no hope now that they will ever be making them properly again. If you want a pair for one year at Glastonbury, OK, but for serious use they are a complete waste of money.
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83 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Mollydog on 6 April 2011
My last pair of Hunters were the original, green wellies (when Original meant original, hand made in Scotland). They fit like bespoke kid gloves and they gave me more than 15 years of comfortable-as-slippers, leak-free service. They probably walked 100's of miles over tarmac, concrete, sand, mud, through water and the sea and I often rode horses in them. Despite the high price tag, they were money invested and I swore I'd never wear any other wellies than Hunters after that... Until, they moved their manufacturing to China. I was completely shocked at the speed at which my latest pair gave up the ghost, after just over a year. I'd NEVER buy another pair of Hunters again, I've heard the same complaint about the Chinese-made Hunters over and over again. They're not what they once were, you are paying for the brand and NOTHING more. Hunter, if you read these reviews, get your act together, your loyal customers are dropping like flies and no amount of catwalk exposure will entice them to put their feet in your boots again until they see 'Made in Scotland' back on that label.
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374 of 386 people found the following review helpful By H. A. Roberts on 2 Dec 2009
Had a pair of Hunters for over 6 years, with bo problems, but the last two pairs of Hunters I purchased recently both failed after about 15 months - cracking badly around the ankle. Made the mistake of getting yet another pair, which did not even make 12 months. Same problem. The quality is just not the same. My trusty old Dunlops are now 10 years old, cost a tenner and are still going strong. Hunter - unless you listen to your customers and do something, it will be the end of your company. Shame.
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88 of 92 people found the following review helpful By Janet on 7 Oct 2010
Thanks for the warning - I had my first pair of Hunters for 22 years, and have now been through 3 pairs in 5 years just walking the dog. The last 2 pairs have split across the sole. They are not what they were and I shall be looking for an alternative.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By NorfolkBooks TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 4 April 2012
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Having had numerous paris of cheapish wellingtons fail over the years I decided, about four years ago, to splash out on a pair of Hunters.

Well that pair lasted about two years but since I wear them a lot for walking the dog and working in the garden I thought that wasn't too bad and I bought another pair to replace them. I also decided to buy a pair of the Black working Hunters for use in the garden thus taking some of the strain off the new green ones. The result is that the pair I bought in October 2010 have had relatively light use but they have now sprung a leak. I appear to have worn through the sole towards the rear of the boot, though to be honest I can't really pinpoint exactly where the water is leaking in.

I'm afraid something around £50 for 18 months use hardly represents a good investment so with regret I shall be taking my business to another manufacturer.
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93 of 99 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 14 Nov 2009
Until recently I loved my wellies, but in the past couple of months both heels have split therefore letting in water when out walking in wet weather, leaving me with wet, cold uncomfortable feet. I thought they would have lasted a lot longer than the 18 months I've had them. In the past I've bought wellies at a fraction of the price which have lasted just as long!!!!
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282 of 304 people found the following review helpful By Lancashire Lass on 8 Dec 2009
Hunter Boots are obviously living off their previous good reputation for great wellies. The current Hunter wellies I purchased have failed miserably just after the 12 month warranty expired. They have cracked and are splitting all around letting water in after very little use just walking on the grassland.After contacting Hunter Boots I was informed that the warranty only covers them for the 12 months and basically they are not interested. I am no longer fooled that todays Hunter wellies are in any way comparable with those produced in the past.They are obviously totally useless if you require a wellington which keeps out the water.They are a complete waste of money and cannot be recommended.
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70 of 75 people found the following review helpful By jan.malone on 14 Sep 2010
I am very disappointed with the Hunters Wellies, I have had 2 pairs within 12 months and both have worn thru on the sole, I wear them for about an hour a day and walk on various terrain. You can buy a cheap pair of wellies at a 3rd of the price that will last as long as these.
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