Hunter Men's Field Adjustable Wellington Boots £64.50 @ Outdoorgear
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Hunter Men's Field Adjustable Wellington Boots £64.50 @ Outdoorgear

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Posted 7th Nov
Great deal on hunter wellies, they are supposed to be more robust than original and last longer. also don't forget quidco 5%, mine tracked at £ 2.69, also free postage, making and cracking deal potentially £ 61.81.

The new field range is just what we have been looking for. The new rubber compound together with the other improvements, make these 'Norris' boots not only more comfortable but will mean that they last longer. Farmyard manure and contaminants should no longer rot or perish the rubber.

Also if no your size? try this link from different retailer. magrigg.co.uk/hun…tml

they have same boot for same price but no quidco. Also other a bit more expensive models, ie, Original

magrigg.co.uk/foo…577

Stay dry


NOTE: If you planning to spend a lot of time in animal manure, in the fields, garden, better to get cheaper boots, as Hunter in my personal opinion more fashionable/ heritage boot than manure boot.
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Hunter are cheap Chinese rubbish these days, you’re just paying for the branding

Tesco are selling lined wellies for £15 or screwfix selling Dunlop’s for a tenner, will last longer than these
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Hunter are cheap Chinese rubbish these days, you’re just paying for the branding

Tesco are selling lined wellies for £15 or screwfix selling Dunlop’s for a tenner, will last longer than these
Not sure why people voting cold, is there is a cheaper deal for this boots?
lucas07/11/2019 11:14

Hunter are cheap Chinese rubbish these days, you’re just paying for the b …Hunter are cheap Chinese rubbish these days, you’re just paying for the brandingTesco are selling lined wellies for £15 or screwfix selling Dunlop’s for a tenner, will last longer than these



Tesco's and other boot are also made in China, not sure how they will last longer? Also hunter offer 24 month warranty on al their boots.
xorti07/11/2019 11:14

Not sure why people voting cold, is there is a cheaper deal for this boots?


Probably because the Hunter boot of 2019 isn't what it used to be. They are no better than cheap Supermarket Wellingtons anymore and you're paying for the label on the front sadly.
I bought some Aigle Parcour 2 ISO’s after splitting some 8 year of Verizonord’s and they’re fantastic if you want some quality boots for not too much more than this. Also heard good things about muck boots but I’ve never had any.
Hunters really are trash now unfortunately.
lucas07/11/2019 11:14

Hunter are cheap Chinese rubbish these days, you’re just paying for the b …Hunter are cheap Chinese rubbish these days, you’re just paying for the brandingTesco are selling lined wellies for £15 or screwfix selling Dunlop’s for a tenner, will last longer than these


You piqued my curiosity so checked eBay and £11 delivered here
rover.ebay.com/rov…011
Edited by: "BraddersJ" 7th Nov
Cold, Sorry if you think £64 for a pair of rubber wellies is a good deal, please go to the doctors!
for shopping someone said, here in London they kick you out of a shop or a restaurant if you attempt to do that.
Hunter customer service is excellent. Recently I had an issue where a small clip fell of the boot (my fault), I explained this to them via twitter, after a bit of back and forth they DM'd me saying I could pick anything off their website as a replacement. I only wanted a 2p clip, but ended up with a brand new £150 pair.
Also, having previously worn the Dunlops, Hunters are much, much, much more comfy, and a lot taller up the leg. The quality is good (maybe not what it was, but it's better than supermarket wellies). If you want these boots you wont find them cheaper elsewhere, and as such its a deal
If you want a good pair of wellies by muck boots I am a professional dog walker I did have 2 pairs of hunters before and both pairs leaked after 7 months old they cracked never again
I have a couple of pairs of muck boots both about 2 years old. I wear them for about 2 hours a day walking the dog. The lining in both pairs started breaking down inside this summer allowing water to flood in when I am wading over a stream, vandals have wrecked the bridges! One boot is also allowing water in through the sole. They were great and comfortable when they were ok but I am not impressed by what I consider a short useful life. Of course the warranty is only for 1 year.
Wife used to love Hunters,But as said above cheap crap made in China soles split in just a few months wear on last 2 pairs,Dunlops are far far better at £10,Hunters are £10 wellys with a £50 badge stuck on.
white9107/11/2019 15:16

https://www.lechameau.com/gb/ these are where its at


£130?!
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