Henry Lee Norris, an American entrepreneur delved onto Scotland in 1856 in search of a home for his boot company.
The production of the famous wellington boots were boosted by the war effort of WWI when the company was asked to construct a sturdy boot suitable for flooded trenches. In total, 1,185,036 pairs were made to cope with the Army's demands.
Hunter remains the favorite and most recognized welly brand for those who work and play hard. With a great variety of boots to suit boot wearers, from the Royal Family to music festival lovers, farmers to fashionistas, this welly is loved all over.