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Sale Up to 50% Off + Extra 15% Off With Code + Free Delivery Over £100 (otherwise is £3.50) @ Hunter

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This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Update 2
Code EXTRA15 is working again!
Winter Sales are now live on the Hunter website with loads of items discounted up to 50% Off.

They don't have separate links for separate categories on their site but you can choose the type of products you want to see on the left side bar:

Delivery is Free on orders over £100, otherwise is £3.50


A Few Examples:

Women's Tall Back Adjustable Wellington Boots - £78 (down from £130)

You can find it HERE on the Hunter's website

Designed for a flexible fit, the Original Tall Adjustable Boot mirrors the iconic Original Tall with the addition of an expandable gusset at the back. Perfect for a wider calf, these matte wellies in a seasonal green offer ease of movement and adjust from the traditional tailored Hunter fit to a more relaxed shape when the gusset is fully extended. Handcrafted from natural rubber, the Original Adjustable boot is fully waterproof with a comfortable polyester lining and the signature Hunter Original tread.

We recommend that all Hunter boots be worn with socks to protect the wearer's skin from contact with rubber.

  • Certified vegan
  • Waterproof
  • Handcrafted
  • Recycled polyester lining and insole
  • Adjustable gusset and buckle at back to adjust fit
  • Rubber outsole with Original tread pattern
  • Crafted from natural vulcanised rubber with matte finish


Women's Play Short Neoprene Wellington Boots - £50 (down from £100)

You can find it HERE on the Hunter's website

The Women’s PLAY Neoprene Boot is a new addition to our lightweight footwear family. This silhouette combines our signature natural, vegan rubber from our PLAY collection with a water-resistant, insulating and flexible neoprene for ease of movement. This matte grey boot features a 100% recycled polyester lining and insole.

We recommend that all Hunter Play boots be worn with Hunter Play socks to protect the wearer's skin from contact with rubber.

  • Certified vegan
  • Waterproof lower
  • Handcrafted from natural rubber and neoprene
  • Recycled polyester lining and insole
  • Re-engineered for a lightweight feel
  • Hunter branded moulded outsole
  • Neoprene upper for flexibility and comfort
  • Pull tab for ease of foot entry

Kids First (18 Months-8 Years) Giant Glitter Wellington Boots - £20 (down from £40)

You can find it HERE on the Hunter's website

The Kids First Classic Giant Glitter Rain Boot is perfect for puddle splashing. Handcrafted from natural rubber with a unique chunky glitter finish, the flat sole and rounded toe give little feet room to move and the updated 100% recycled polyester lining ensures complete comfort for every adventure. These sparkly mint green boots are fully waterproof and feature a specially-developed tread to reduce slipping.

We recommend that all Hunter boots be worn with socks to protect the wearer's skin from contact with rubber.

  • Certified vegan
  • Waterproof
  • Handcrafted
  • Recycled polyester lining and insole
  • Rubber outsole with Original Kids tread pattern
  • Crafted from natural vulcanised rubber with chunky glitter/gloss finish

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  1. daz40's avatar
    Always wondered are they any better than say supermarket wellies???
    beerlyalive's avatar
    More expensive wellies are comfier (but still not as comfy as boots tbh), but are often just bought as aspirational goods/fashion, as ridiculous as that sounds for a pair of wellies.

    Hunters if you drive an Evoque on finance, holiday in Dubai, and wear branded "designer" clothes.

    Le Chameau if you drive a 30 year old Defender, you don't holiday (because holidays are for peasants who work) and buy all your clothes from House of Bruar.
  2. Archieandmabel's avatar
    Rubbish don’t waste your money not even worth a couple of pounds. Leaks cracks all with in 12 months old. Hunter aftercare was none extinct.
  3. HappyShopper008's avatar
    Muck boots recommend (edited)
    mad.dog's avatar
    Sadly my pair have a crack after two years. Admittedly they have been used and abused for dog walking every day it's been wet and muddy out
  4. edgeone's avatar
    Quality of Hunter is rubbish.

    Aigle is where it is at
  5. nikkipietsch71's avatar
    Totally agree. They old hunter wellys used to be made in my hometown dumfries. My Grandad was a designer I have a pair of the old boots from when I was a child and they have done my 2 children also and still in good shape apart from the scribbled out names inside I thought I would treat myself to a pair a couple of years ago and they didn't even last me 2 summers of festivals. They were shocking. Such a shame.
  6. Gadgetdeals's avatar


    Hunter Boot, the royal warrant-holding footwear brand, is on the march towards a fresh injection of funding nearly three years after it was rescued from the brink of oblivion.

    Sky News understands that the owners of Hunter, whose boots have frequently been spotted on the feet of festival-going celebrities, have begun working with advisers on plans to secure new capital.

    City sources said the company was using AlixPartners to run an accelerated sale process with the objective of securing a deal in the coming weeks.

    Alternative outcomes if a transaction cannot be struck were unclear on Wednesday.

    Hunter, which was founded in 1856 as the North British Rubber Company, is understood to have seen a post-COVID rebound in sales, with revenue in China accounting for a chunk of that recent growth.

    The company was saved in 2020 through a £16.5m capital injection, part of which came from Pall Mall Legacy, a fund backed by Goldman Sachs and Three Hills Capital Partners, an existing shareholder.

    Pall Mall Legacy owns the majority of Hunter's shares, with Searchlight Capital Partners, a private equity firm, and Pentland Group, the sportswear giant behind brands such as Speedo, holding the remainder.

    It was unclear how much new funding was being sought as part of the process being run by AlixPartners.

    Hunter is one of Britain's most prominent footwear brands, and is one of only ten companies to hold two royal warrants - one of which was issued by Queen Elizabeth II.

    It registered record sales in 2018, but saw its US business experience sharp sales declines in the final quarter of last year before being hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.

    The cancellation of live entertainment events and music festivals such as Glastonbury has had a particularly severe impact on Hunter, which has long-been associated with celebrities such as Kate Moss, the model.

    Hunter was traditionally dominated by sales of Wellington boots, but has increasingly diversified into a broader array of lifestyle products.

    It has exited its retail store portfolio such as its former flagship on London's Regent Street with the exception of a site at Bicester Village and Woodbury in New York.

    A source close to the business said it was seeing sales in China double each year, with the rest of Asia also showing strong growth. (edited)
  7. Nickraz2's avatar
    Not what they used to be, made somewhere else, they were better back in "my day", X Y Z is reccomended, only for posers etc. Hopefully that's covered most things.
    sabreliner's avatar
    After closure of the Scottish manufacturing base production outsourced to China in 2008 as well as other Asian countries. In other words another British heritage name that does anything but manufacture here. (edited)
  8. Scatty's avatar
    Bought a pair for daughter as a gardening gift last yr. The quality as compared to the past isn’t good.
  9. billytiger123's avatar
    Had to have 3 pair replaced after 6 mth . Kept on leaking . Now got Barbour wellys and they seem fine , had them a year now
  10. Darren_Eyers's avatar
    Appears they do not do size 13 or 14...
  11. Danyoung79's avatar
    Men’s £119 for wellies, do me a favour.
  12. pegmosaic's avatar
    Cracking deal, and by that I mean that the soles crack making them useless as wellies
  13. Gadgetdeals's avatar
    Cracks seem to appear after 18mths good use where the foot bends at the sides but just write that off and get new ones as they are nice wellies.

    Just got some yesterday from here for £49, loads of other styles available mandmdirect.com/02/…ter
    Besford's avatar
    They must love it when you turn up with your 'rob me' attitude!
  14. Besford's avatar
    Used to be good and last for many years (my old pair were good for over 20 years) - now just a 'fashion' brand made in China and have a very short life before cracking and leaking. No one in the know will be impressed. Avoid at any price! (edited)
  15. mypostsarebeingcensored's avatar
    agree, shocking quality, cracked after 2 years of light use
  16. playnice40's avatar
    Yeah years ago these were fantastic wellies lasted years but I guess they started getting them made some place on the cheap and will end up ruining the company because of it. I get better wellies in Aldi now at a fraction of the price 
  17. DH107's avatar
    Awful quality product… don’t waste your money
  18. greg666's avatar
    Stopped buying them long time ago, not the quality it once was + no longer produced in the UK for quite some time. I like to buy quality products but in this case there is only the name left nothing else. The top management want to cash in as so many so the old saying buy cheap buy twice is fading away (edited)
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