Hunter Wellies Variety of sizes and colours from £35.99 @ M&M direct
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Hunter Wellies Variety of sizes and colours from £35.99 @ M&M direct

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Found 3rd Dec 2012
I know they arent everyones cup of tea for a set of wellies but these are more fashionable nowadays and considering they are around £80-90 in some shops is a good bargain if they have your size and colour!

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Hunter wellies at a decent price...HOT

Get The Yellow Ones for Dressing Up as a...Rigger Girl...50 Shades!!

Looking at these you've either got to be a 3 or 9 to buy!
I'd change the pic for the o s you can get in all sizes

Just bought these though so hot for me!

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I've bought a size 6 for my size 5 feet, looking at the reviews they recommend one size bigger for thick socks.

Most size out of stock. !!!!!

Original Poster

i know they dont have all the sizes but people do wear the sizes they still have in stock or they wouldnt make them lol.

beware quality of hunter wellies rubbish now, nothing like a few yrs back. Ive got 2 pairs recently and they werent the budget entry level like thgese, so poor you be better off with wellies from asda and if desparate for the name hunter buy the welly liners.

i have the balmoral heavy duty welly apparetly and regent boot, quality nothing like a while back

Shame about the lack of sizes.

Step mother loves these wellies. Last years

great if you are a giant

Aye if you are a 3 or a 9. No 6s!

Banned

Very good deal - think I will purchase.

Hot!

Very happy with my £10 Dunlops myself (lasted me over a year fine with twice daily use!) but this is a great price for hunters. Hot.

troggles

beware quality of hunter wellies rubbish now, nothing like a few yrs … beware quality of hunter wellies rubbish now, nothing like a few yrs back. Ive got 2 pairs recently and they werent the budget entry level like thgese, so poor you be better off with wellies from asda and if desparate for the name hunter buy the welly liners.i have the balmoral heavy duty welly apparetly and regent boot, quality nothing like a while back



You speak the only sense in this thread but it won't bother the HUKD sheep who'll fall over themselves for any 'brand' which claims to be reduced. 36 quid for a pair of Chinese wellies - ridiculous.

very good price...just a shame they havent got my size in a style I like.....hot for price

Just to add - beware of these Chinese things now, still got a pair bought in late 80s - made in Scotland!!

Have to say I was mightily disappointed with Hunter. Bought a pair for my wife last year... only lasted 8 months before they split - which frankly should only ever happen to the cheap wellies that the supermarkets sell. I have a pair of standard dunlop wellies which I bought for about £5... about 15 years ago. Still going strong.

Besford

You speak the only sense in this thread but it won't bother the HUKD … You speak the only sense in this thread but it won't bother the HUKD sheep who'll fall over themselves for any 'brand' which claims to be reduced. 36 quid for a pair of Chinese wellies - ridiculous.



If people want to enjoy a product, brand or whatever else; let them! No need to take away from their enjoyment. I voted hot, as although these aren't something I'd want to buy, the price is great for those that do want them. Brands are very important to some people!

Hunter wellies are now rubbish - FACT. Trust me, they were superb quality boots when they were made in Dumfries, Scotland.

They are no longer the same quality product.

If you can find a pair on ebay with 'HUNTER Made in Scotland' on the front badge, then buy them, as they should last for years, these Chinese ones are poor quality rubbish in comparison.

http://i468.photobucket.com/albums/rr44/251208/hunter.jpg



Edited by: "Shambolic" 3rd Dec 2012

ScampiLamp

If people want to enjoy a product, brand or whatever else; let them! No … If people want to enjoy a product, brand or whatever else; let them! No need to take away from their enjoyment. I voted hot, as although these aren't something I'd want to buy, the price is great for those that do want them. Brands are very important to some people!



Yep, some mugs just can't be reformed.

But seriously, 36 quid for a very ordinary (poor even) pair of wellies just because it says 'Hunter' on them is very poor value by any measure yet the hot votes come rolling in. Not as bad as Ugg boots I guess but very odd fodder for people who claim to be looking for 'hot deals'.
Edited by: "Besford" 3rd Dec 2012

They are perhaps ok for people in towns who now wear them as a fashion item ! but Hunters are no longer any good for people in the country that wear them to keep dry feet, I use to always buy them, would last me a good 5 years, that's wearing them most days doing work in them, now they just split, real cheap c*ap, other than looking ok to walk around the town in, just don't go into any muddy wet fields in them.

i have a old pair of hunters about 15yrs old much better than ones recently bought, i be better off with plastic bags over me feet, also customer services at Hunter shocking, i told them my thoughts on my new wellies lucikly i paid only a fifth of price.

i know people buy them, my daughter has pair and complained her feet were wet serious im embarresed for hunter on the lack of quality

Can anyone explain to me what the f..k is going on? Rubber for even over 100 quid?!?! oO

hot

ilikedryfeet

They are perhaps ok for people in towns who now wear them as a fashion … They are perhaps ok for people in towns who now wear them as a fashion item ! but Hunters are no longer any good for people in the country that wear them to keep dry feet, I use to always buy them, would last me a good 5 years, that's wearing them most days doing work in them, now they just split, real cheap c*ap, other than looking ok to walk around the town in, just don't go into any muddy wet fields in them.



Couldn't agree more.
The only problem I have is knowing what to get instead of Hunters now.
If you have to spend several hours at a time in wellies, they need to be comfortable, warm and good quality.
There either seems to be cheap plastic Dunlops or equivalent - fine for what they are, but no comfortable enough for long term use.
Or there's expensive fashion brands... useless in a wet field.
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