Hunter Wellies - Black size uk 4 £19.38  (Prime) / £24.13 (non Prime) @ Amazon
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Hunter Wellies - Black size uk 4 £19.38 (Prime) / £24.13 (non Prime) @ Amazon

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Found 30th Dec 2015
Hunter wellies for £19.38! these are children's wellies but I am a woman and have bought these for myself (no real difference between these and the adult ones) with Prime these are £19.38 delivered, without they are £24.13 or you could find a cheap add on item like I did to have them delivered for £20! (62p set of whisks). Please go gently on me as its my first deal!

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Wow a pair of wellies have certainly gone up in price since I last bought a pair.

These do look better then the ones I have though which I think come from a set of tyres once belonging to a mk1 ford escort X)

Heat added

Wow need size 7 and i would be a VERY happy dude!!!

Wow fantastic price, would have bought these if they were that price in a 5

Hunter wellies used to be the best on the market but they recently outsourced the production to the far east and the quality is terrible. My wife owns a pair that are 6 years old (original made in UK). My pair lasted less than 7 months, which for £60 is bad

When I add to basket they change to £21.33 x

Fab price for Hunters ! Have some heat!

bobbymartini

Hunter wellies used to be the best on the market but they recently … Hunter wellies used to be the best on the market but they recently outsourced the production to the far east and the quality is terrible. My wife owns a pair that are 6 years old (original made in UK). My pair lasted less than 7 months, which for £60 is bad



I agree completely.

These has the reflective strips on back off legs unlike the adult sizes .

bargain

Great spot, yes quality is poorer than it was but still good wellies. They seem to have a size 4 women's and size 4 child so am hoping they are proper women's wellies. Thanks Op, ordered

Hot! Ordered a size 4 women's for my girlfriend.

Hunters are only trading on the name now. They are nothing like what they once were, may as well spend on a pair of rugged Dunlops as I have found them to be good. I started buying Aigle wellies a few years back. they are hand made and can still be had at a good price if you shop around. The rubber quality and finish is excellent. Hunters will split after a bit of use, particularly if you do a lot of walking or where the toes bends a lot.

Fashion statements only now sadly. When popularity kicked in hunter did what Dyson et al did and moved production overseas. Quality went down the toilet as others have said.

Woman's and children's Hunter wellies are different size. The Mrs always gets size 4 kids as she's like 3ft tall and the kids wellies are shorter but if your tall get the woman's or the kids will look too short..

Cheap crap made in China.

£29.93 now

£20 for kids wellies oO

Don't wear these if you are David Cameron and pretending to be a man of the people:
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themorgatron

I agree completely.



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They show as £29.93 when I add them to my basket and that's in black for UK size 4 - I have prime as well

One for the 'designer brand' mugs these days. Rubbish wellies wearing a name once associated with a good product. Like UGGs, for chavs only now.

Besford

One for the 'designer brand' mugs these days. Rubbish wellies wearing a … One for the 'designer brand' mugs these days. Rubbish wellies wearing a name once associated with a good product. Like UGGs, for chavs only now.



I agree totally with the sentiment, as a boot, they're useless but chavs wearing Uggs? I dont think so, they cannot afford them! They wear fake garbage!

bobbymartini

Hunter wellies used to be the best on the market but they recently … Hunter wellies used to be the best on the market but they recently outsourced the production to the far east and the quality is terrible. My wife owns a pair that are 6 years old (original made in UK). My pair lasted less than 7 months, which for £60 is bad


Same as loads of stuff like doc martins, totally inferior compared to the original uk made ones.But for this price it's about right for the product.

sandstone1

Same as loads of stuff like doc martins, totally inferior compared to the … Same as loads of stuff like doc martins, totally inferior compared to the original uk made ones.But for this price it's about right for the product.


No it's not. Ten quid is plenty for a functional pair of wellies - the rest is just paying for a once-respected brand name.

Dunlops are around £10 or less a far better wellie.

Cheers Op - ordered! £20 for kids Hunters is s great price.
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