A symbol of British country life, or stylish city life?
In 1856 henry Lee Norris, an American entrepreneur, landed on Scottish soil in search of a home for his boot making company. Having acquired a block of buildings in Edinburgh, the North British Rubber Co. (which much later became known as Hunter Boot Ltd) was registered as a company in September 1856. In the beginning there were only four people working for the company. Today, Hunter remains the preferred welly brand for those who like to work hard and play hard - there's a great range of boots to suit welly wearers all over the world - from the Royal Family to festival goers. It's booty-licious.