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Hunter Original Tall Welly Boot


Price: $109.00 - $129.00
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Black
  • Rubber
  • Rubber sole
  • Shaft measures approximately 16" from arch
  • Heel measures approximately 1"
  • Platform measures approximately 0.5"
  • Boot opening measures approximately 15" around
  • Men's Hunter Original Black

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Whether you're trudging through your daily routine in wet conditions or enjoying an afternoon with the kids stomping around in the mud, this sleek boot from Hunter will keep your feet dry and protected. Its full rubber construction is lightweight, flexible, and easy to clean, while its sponge insole and treaded outsole offer comfy, sure footing.

Legendary for comfort and fit. A general use boot, perfect for everything from shopping to walking the dog. Its design has won it iconic status and made it a must have fashion statement. You'll stand out from the crowd when you are sporting these.

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  • ASIN: B002CQU18G
  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Item model number: Hunter Original Tall
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #40,159 in Shoes (See Top 100 in Shoes)
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    They keep your feet very warm, even in very cold, wet weather!
    limabean
    Six months later they sprung a leak, and upon examination they were crazing and splitting everywhere they flexed.
    beach walker
    These boots use to be manufactured in Scotland and were fantastice quality but are now made in China and Brazil.
    Ross

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    318 of 323 people found the following review helpful By outdoorsy1989 on December 1, 2011
    I was so excited when I got Hunter boots for my birthday during the summer of 2010, living in Seattle you really can't get by without reliable rain boots. I did much research into rain boots, because again I live in Seattle. Of course I didn't break them out untill fall, and only a year later I was in about 1 inch of water and felt water coming into one of my boots. I thought huh? there must be a manufacturer defect, well Hunter seems like a good company i'm sure I could contact them. I decided to email them, the response I got was "Hunter boots are typically made for the rainy days that we do have. Of course, rain can accumulate and we can see knee deep inches of water but at Hunter, we would never recommend using any of our boots in any type flooding, whether it be 2" or 5" of water." So they really don't stand behind their word at all. I was shocked.
    Why would anyone pay $125 for rain boots that are not waterproof? Then about a month ago the rubber of my boots cracked exposing the boots lining. I contacted them once more thinking they must be faulty. The response I got over the phone was that they have only a 12 month warranty. Well I didn't understand why they had fallen apart so fast, some reviews I read were from people stating they had the same pair for 15, even 20 years! Why would mine be different? The so called "realiable hunter originals" have been made in China since 2008, identical to the originals originally made in Scotland. I just answered my own question, next time I want rain boots made in China i'll just go to Walmart. "Outstanding in every field" to me is a statement representing false company integrity. The original quote Hunter kept even after their manufacturing was outsourced.
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    124 of 135 people found the following review helpful By Ross on March 3, 2010
    These boots use to be manufactured in Scotland and were fantastice quality but are now made in China and Brazil.

    They are now terrible quality and will not last long. But don't just take my word for it, just put into Google "Hunters poor quality"

    Also look at these sites to see what many others are saying.....

    Horse and Hound
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    Secret Scotland
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    My fiance bought me a pair of Hunters just 2 years ago and said that they would last for years. Both boots have developed cracks along the soles and are letting in water. It should also be noted that I do not wear them much. If they are used every day they may only last 6 months which is better as they have a 12 month guarantee!
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    84 of 99 people found the following review helpful By Macaholic on April 22, 2012
    I recently purchased a pair of Hunter Originals, it turns out they were made in China according to the box. Previous 2 pair were the real deal and have been worn for years and many miles. After wearing my new pair less than 4 hours-over perhaps 5 occasions-one of the heels has fallen off and remains lost in the mud somewhere on my property! It is unbelievable that new owners of such a famous brand would throw their reputation away by sanctioning poor quality and inferior merchandise to be manufactured under their name. Face it, the poor Chinese workers are making what their British corporate lords and Chinese mafia shop owners agree is acceptable.

    The current holder of the Hunter brand must be exposed as a vulture capitalist who takes over a struggling company with a reputable brand for cheap, only to dismiss the skilled workers and extract the last profit by sourcing cheap janky merchandise as the whole business fizzles down the drain. Ethically bankrupt bastards.
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    53 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Name that Rose on September 22, 2011
    These boots are now made in China, quality dropped. Chemical smell. Develop leaks. Useless 'celebrities' thought it was 'kewl' to be seen in them and so greed took over. And another excellent product bites the dust. Save your money. Vote how you buy. Look for substance and real quality and fair prices.
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    27 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Velvet's girl on November 2, 2013
    I am on my 4th pair of Hunter Balmorals. All of them have leaked and been replaced by Hunter. I have horses and dogs so I need wellies every day.
    The last time I sent them back the idiots at Hunter Customer service said that in their test my boots didn't show a leak! As if I have the time to waste sending back boots if there's no problem with them. It was clear they were embarrassed about their poor quality product. I have since heard many people say similar things about Hunter boots and no doubt this is because they are now made on the cheap in China where they don't care about the quality. I will never buy Hunters again. If you are thinking of buying them DON'T.
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    18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By B on January 21, 2011
    I can't get these boots off. I always have to have someone around me to help to pull them off. For the price, I thought they were going to be fantastic. Live and learn.
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    25 of 31 people found the following review helpful By joseph840 on January 23, 2011
    Color Name: NavySize Name: 14 B(M) US Women / 13 D(M) US Men Verified Purchase
    The boots are faded out washed out colorless. Returned the product twice hoping it was just a rare defect, but apparently it's not a rare defect.
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    8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Susan Smith on November 30, 2013
    I have been reading reviews on these boots as mine, after 37 years of good use, have developed a leak in the upper ankle area. The rubber has deteriorated and split. I loved these boots and received many compliments on them. I lived on a chicken farm and then these boots went to graduate school with me in upstate New York. I paid $35 for them; imagine my surprise when I went to replace them and found that the price is now $140! Even so, I was willing to buy them because I was so pleased with them...and then I read the reviews. I had no idea that these boots were no longer made in Scotland. And it took 37 years for them to develop a problem. Apparently most of the new ones made in China develop a problem within 37 minutes! What a shame the company chose to produce a highly inferior product and slap a hefty price tag on them to boot! (Pun not intended, really it wasn't.) I have decided to buy another brand for "dress up" and keep my Hunters for walks in the woods, etc. Now where did I put that inner tube patch kit??
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