Hunter Wellingtons: Fit For Rain
Rain may be your worst enemy, but it doesn’t have to spoil your outfit. Hunter boots have risen to the top of the rubber style stakes, having successfully been adopted by every type of fashion-conscious consumer, with virtually no market competition.
The past week’s weather has given way to a daily Hunter welly parade, with countless versions and colours on the nations legs.
An American entrepreneur named Mr. Henry Lee Norris patented and produced the first rubber Wellington boots in Scotland in 1856, starting the company North British Rubber Company now known as Hunter Boot.
Till recently it was the sole reserve of the countryfile folk, but with the advent of festival fashion and the extensive celebrity adoption it was destined to explode. Who could forget those iconic pictures of Kate Moss in a gold lame minidress and muddy hunter wellies at Glastonbury.
These finely-detailed new fashion styles offer equestrian-inspired elegance, while unique textures and colours burst with pattern and luminescence. So leave it to Hunter to make Wellington boots edgy. Your inner rock star can shine even in gloomy weather with these wellies These Hunter Wellies will turn their hand to anything, from taking the dogs for a walk, dancing all night (and day!) long at a festival to splashing in puddles on your daily commute. These Hunter Wellington Boots are hardwearing and practical whilst remaining fashionable with their dazzling high gloss finish, elegant styling and fit, plus their girly Magenta colour.
Classic tall Hunters are a great staple to your wardrobe. Get them green for an even more traditional look. If you’ve never worn wellies, this is the perfect entry-level boot for you.
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