Hunter Boots were originally designed for walking in Scotland's rugged terrain and combating its unpredictable weather, but is now an established British style classic. They were founded in Scotland in 1856.
Not only stylish, these boots are durable and incredibly comfortable. No one can deny that the British are certainly qualified to comment on difficult weather, but with a snug waterproof pair of wellies, there no need to be uncomfortable.
Hunter was asked by the War office at the beginning of World War I to come up with a sturdy boot suitable for the conditions in flooded trenches. Their war efforts extended to World War II and produced many other items as well as over a million pair of trench boots to cope with the Army's demands.
Hunter holds two Royal Warrants as they supply HRH the Duke of Edinburgh and HM the Queen with Wellington boots.
These fabulous Wellington boots are a must have, and are as appealing to the outdoors man, farmer, laded gentry or seasoned festival goer alike.