Save up to 30% on Kids’ Hunter Boots!

May 16, 2020 | by | deals, featured deals | 2 comments

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There have been so many great sales on kids’ Hunter Boots this spring! In case you missed out on one of the previous sales, here’s another one! Right now Zappos has multiple pairs of Hunter Boots for kids marked down up to 30% off their retail price plus they’ll ship free (price match at Nordstrom). This includes first classics (for toddlers and early walkers) as well as their classic style for older kids. There are lots of fun seasonal colors included in this sale – you can browse the full sale selection here.

(FYI, Nordstrom has First Classic Boots in Black and Navy for 30% off in toddler sizes 8 & up.)

Feature image via @melissa.lipe


We have owned quite a few pairs of kids’ Hunter Boots and over the years and although pricier than other brands, they are 100% worth the price for me! The kids love them, and they survive through multiple years and kids. Living in Seattle we put our rain boots to the test, and not just during the rainy season but also for beach and wilderness exploring. When they get dirty, we just clean them up with soap or I use the magic eraser on them and they look new again. I have pairs that have survived three kids now, and they still look good! We typically hand them off to friends, but I hear they have a good resale value too.



I get lots of questions from parents asking what size of Hunter Boots to order for their kids. And I get it because it’s confusing at first, and here’s why. Hunter lists the UK size on the bottom of their boots. So, if you order a US size 9 toddler, the size printed on the bottom of the boot and on the box will be an 8. This means that you might think you were sent the wrong size boot, or if you want to size up and just glance at the bottom of your child’s current pair of boots, you might make a mistake and order the same size again. However, there is a tag printed on the inside of the boot shaft that lists both the UK and the US sizes, so you can see the US size there.

To keep things simple, when ordering Hunter Boots for your child I suggest ordering your child’s current US shoe size or going up if they’re between sizes or you want extra room to grow. Hunter Boots have a generous fit since they are designed to be worn with thick socks, but I don’t suggest sizing down for kids. My kids have never had a problem with them being a little big on them at first and then we can maximize our use.

WHAT: Save up to 30% on kids’ Hunter Boots
HOW: No code needed, priced as marked
WHEN: No end date provided
OTHER INFO: Every order has free shipping + free returns