As John Norris spokesperson announced, "Thanks to our persistence we have managed to secure a batch of Hunter boots that have not met the extremely high standards that Hunter demand for their boots. Although to the untrained eye, there is barely any difference, to Hunter, these boots are seconds, and so must be sold as imperfect. We're delighted to be able to offer these boots at fantastic prices, making the Hunter brand much more affordable and even better value for money than ever before."
Hunter boots are ideal for wearing in many environments, and are equally at home out on the field whilst shooting, or on the High Street. From farmers who wear them every day, to festival goers who wear them a few times a year, Hunter boots are legendary, and with good reason. With unrivalled durability, and attention to detail, it's no surprise that they are the boot of choice for the Royal Family, those who enjoy hunting and fishing, as well as those who need to take the dog for a walk in all weathers.
Hunter Slightly Imperfect Balmoral Neoprene boots are just £55.99, as opposed to the normal retail price of £110. The slightly imperfect Balmoral Classic boots are just £41.99 instead of the normal retail price of £80, whilst the slightly imperfect Balmoral BC boots are £65.99 rather than the normal retail price of £125.00. These Hunter boots are proving to be extremely popular, with those who already appreciate the quality and comfort of Hunter boots, and those who are experiencing the brand for the first time.
John Norris are also encouraging visitors to the website to enter the competition to win a Hardy Sintrix Zenith 9ft 6" Line 7 Fly Rod worth £599.00.
With many more bargains available, from fishing tackle to footwear, there has never been a better time to visit John Norris, whether online or in person.
Find out more about the incredible savings to be made on Hunter Boots, as well as the rest of the fishing tackle, shooting clothing and accessories and dog products at John Norris, by visiting http://www.johnnorris.co.uk or by calling 01768 864211 today.