Hunter Boots Now Makes Festival Gear, and It's Damn Near Perfect

Keeps you dry; keeps you dapper. What's not to love?

By Athena Wisotsky

 
Hunter Boots Now Makes Festival Gear, and It's Damn Near Perfect
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05 June 2018

Wellington purveyors Hunter Boots have long been the name of the game when it comes to fall footwear (hailing from Scotland, as it were). But this season, they’re making a bid to be your go-to outfitter for summer shenanigans as well.

To wit: their Festival Edit, with men’s, women’s and unisex gear covering you — and your gear — from head to toe in their superior rubber goods. We’ve compiled a few of our favorites for the season, from a handsome fanny pack (be warned that the term may elicit a snicker in the brand’s home turf) to the sharpest poncho this side of the rubbish bin.

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Vinyl Poncho | $195
Hope for good weather, pack for bad: this hooded, pocketed number will put the garbage-bag wearers to shame.

Packable Phone Pouch | $25
For the leisure-time minimalist who needs their phone, cards and maybe some cash rolled up tight for supreme packability.

Vinyl Windcheater | $215
Hooded and fully waterproof jackets are a must, but don’t underestimate the armpit ventilation, which’ll keep things nice and breezy between sets.

Belt Bag | $35
Water-resistant, and can be worn cross-body or like a fanny pack. Bonus: you won’t get stuck carrying around everything for your friends who wanted to “pack light.”

Hi Canvas Sneakers | $115
Showerproof and cushioned, with a mesh lining to keep your dogs from suffocating — dare we call them the perfect festival footwear?

Rubberized Leather Backpack | $295
Waterproofed in eight distinctive colorways, so your gear’s protected and you're easily spotted in a crowd.

Festival Chelsea Boot | $165
If there’s rain in the forecast, there’s mud in your future. And thousands of people trampling on the same wet earth calls for something sturdy.

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