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- Heavy Duty Rubber Construction
- 100% Waterproof Wellington Boots
- Outer Material: Rubber
- Inner Material: Nylon
- Sole: Gum Rubber
- Closure: Buckle
- Heel Height: 2.2 inches
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|Closure Type||Buckle||Slip On||Slip-On||Slip-On||Slip-On||—|
|Colour||Black||Brown||Black||Black (Black 002)||Black||Hunter Green|
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|Sole Material||Gum Rubber||Cork||—||EVA||Manmade||Gum Rubber|
|Style||Work Wellingtons||Wellington Boots||Work Wellingtons||Work Wellingtons||—||Work Wellingtons|
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The same traditional farm boot but in a shorter length these heavy duty Hunter Argyll Short Knee holds rugged properties which make it perfect for the hard wearing demands of farm work. Fully waterproof they will keep your feet dry and comfortable in all weathers.
- Made from heavy duty rubber with calendared soles
- Vulcanised natural rubber construction
- Traditional calendered natural rubber sole
- Quick dry knitted nylon lining
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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Well, my new boots leak straight out of the box; and I mean both of them. I fear that quality control is poor to non-existent.
In comparison my cheap £12.50 wellies made in Portugal are brilliant.