You may have spent your youth splashing in mud puddles while wearing cute rubber boots covered in ladybug or frog print. But when you get older, most people upgrade to something a little less flashy. That being said, you still want your rain boots to be functional, so if you do “accidentally” jump in a puddle, your feet stay warm and dry. One of the most reputable rain boot brands, Hunter, is so good at doing so that it actually holds two Royal Warrants of Appointment to the royal family, meaning they are the official provider of rain boots to the Queen of England and her husband. Well, that’s all well and good for them, but here across the pond you can treat your feet like royalty now that Hunter boots are almost half off at Costco.
Costco has been seriously getting into the footwear game, with recent deals on Crocs alternatives and a sale on Frye boots that we couldn’t resist. The Hunter boots sale is the latest bargain we’ve found, and with spring showers on their way, now’s the perfect time to stock up.
Costco is selling Hunter Ladies’ Original Tall Gloss Rain Boots for just $79.99 while supplies last. These same boots retail for $150.00 on Hunter’s website. Unlike some of the more basic rain boot options you can buy, these ones are water-resistant, feature a comfortably cushioned footbed, and have a traction sole so you won’t end up slipping in the mud.
Costco is also selling the Hunter Ladies’ Original Short Boot for those who need less leg coverage. These are on sale for $74.99 at Costco, while at Hunter they’re $140.
You may be headed to Costco anyway to stock up on the necessities of life (ahem, like two-gallon jars of pickles and bottled Starbucks Frappuccinos, WE’RE NOT HERE TO JUDGE), so why not treat your feet to something nice while you’re there, too?
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