March comes in like a lion, and goes out like a lamb. What the popular idiom doesn’t mention is you should carry an umbrella in case it pours, or at least a pair of rubber boots. For those who enjoy re-enacting the iconic scene from Singing In The Rain (or just walking outside when it’s wet), there’s Hunter. A British heritage brand founded in 1856, Hunter is renowned for its iconic boot and has a rich history of innovation while it evolves by forging designs that shield from the elements and the bleakest of landscapes. For spring, new outerwear styles include an update on the Original Utility Jacket and a hooded parka in an oversized silhouette. A camouflage pattern (not to mention a bright jungle print in red and fuchsia for the more adventurous) and a focus on blush tones elevate the offerings into trendy pieces. Accessories aren’t left out of the range. The small and large rubber backpacks (with nylon options) are the new carryall; perfect for rough-and-tumble users with scuffs quickly wiped off. For those who don’t want some wellies, sandals with patent finishes and stud detailing add a little flash to one’s feet. And with the core concept (which include ponchos and parkas) of outerwear and footwear available year round online in a rainbow of crayon-approved colors, you’ll feel like Gene Kelly even when it’s not raining. Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.