Original Hunter Wellies in Gold Was £109 Now £34.90 with Free Delivery @ Sarenza
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Original Hunter Wellies in Gold Was £109 Now £34.90 with Free Delivery @ Sarenza

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Found 20th Jan 2013
Great price for Hunter Wellies, available in sizes 4-7.

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I think I would feel stupid wearing gold wellies. oO
The bronze is nicer
They all end up brown kid.
Bit too Mrs Bucket for me
There now manufactured in china and the quality is terrible!! My mrs spent £100 on a pair an they have cracked within a couple of months an the seems let in water! Avoid
cold from me sorry...terrible quality...as above has stated...made in china...not built to last as they once was...
Poor quality and look bl**dy awful, seriously who buys this tat?
Gold?No thanks!
Have to agree with above comments. My wife has been buying Hunters for years and the cheaper ones are poor quality and don't seem to last very long at all. They quite often spring leaks after a couple of weeks wear rendering them useless. Shame as they were once a reliable brand and lasted for years. I didn't know that they had moved production to China. Are some still made in the UK?
They look like normal wellies that have been spray painted
Edited by: "emiratesstadium" 20th Jan 2013
Said this many times cheap crap made in china.£10 boots with a very expensive badge stuck on them.
Bit OTT. Ok for a greekgod or a pharoah.
mymymy

I think I would feel stupid wearing gold wellies. oO




Maybe if it was just the wellies
I have a pair of Le Chameau wellies for shooting, better build quality and really nice and comfy with the neoprene lining but they retail for about £200 which is way out of the budget of your occasional user.
Lol what a helpful post above. "i have great wellies which the likes of you probably can't afford"
Matty1255

I have a pair of Le Chameau wellies for shooting, better build quality … I have a pair of Le Chameau wellies for shooting, better build quality and really nice and comfy with the neoprene lining but they retail for about £200 which is way out of the budget of your occasional user.



I have a pair of 'Le Testicles de Doggie' wellies, I use when I'm flying my private jet to my allotment in The Maldives, but peasants cant afford them, they cost 2 squillion Pounds a pair, and are lined with Kryptonite, and my dads bigger than your dad
Edited by: "dadazza" 20th Jan 2013
Geemac

Maybe if it was just the wellies



*puts the bag back on*
dadazza

Matty1255 I have a pair of Le Chameau wellies for shooting, better build … Matty1255 I have a pair of Le Chameau wellies for shooting, better build quality and really nice and comfy with the neoprene lining but they retail for about £200 which is way out of the budget of your occasional user.I have a pair of 'Le Testicles de Doggie' wellies, I use when I'm flying my private jet to my allotment in The Maldives, but peasants cant afford them, they cost 2 squillion Pounds a pair, and are lined with Kryptonite, and my dads bigger than your dad :pEdited By: dadazza on Jan 20, 2013 17:44



Cool story bro, still nothing on Le Chameau £200 wellies, £400 Le Chameau jacket, £40,000 Range Rover and £100,000 Holland and Holland shotguns - just a average weekend.
And yet you scramble around for bargains on a deals site. I smell poo poo.
nannyhoo

Lol what a helpful post above. "i have great wellies which the likes of … Lol what a helpful post above. "i have great wellies which the likes of you probably can't afford"




And your post was helpful in what way.
blowbrown

And yet you scramble around for bargains on a deals site. I smell poo poo.




AND I smell jealousy.
blowbrown

And yet you scramble around for bargains on a deals site. I smell poo poo.



Don't make money by being reckless with money, some of the tightest people I know are the richest I know.
nannyhoo

Lol what a helpful post above. "i have great wellies which the likes of … Lol what a helpful post above. "i have great wellies which the likes of you probably can't afford"



What I meant by my comment is that my job involved wearing wellies for long hours therefore I need wellies that are well made and comfortable, which means I'm willing to pay a little more than your average welly user, you may be able to afford to £200 wellies but what's the point if your only going to use them for 20 mins once a week while you walk the dog around a muddy field.
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