Hunter Women's Balmoral Neoprene Dark Olive

£225.00 Special Price £169.95

Designed to be highly durable and featuring a Vibram Field outsole for exceptional grip, this high performance fieldboot has been designed specifically for women. With a layer of neoprene for insulation against the cold.

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A technical boot from the Balmoral collection, designed with high durability.
Featuring a durable Vibram® Field outsole.  
Exclusively developed for Hunter, the sole offers enhanced comfort and shock absorption, while multi-directional cleats are designed for grip and mud-release.
Soft rubber compound.  
Multi-directional tread for mud release. 
Kickspur for ease of removal.

Style ID: WFT2201RNP-DOV
Brand: Hunter


Women's Balmoral Boot

UK Size EU Size Insole (cm) Max Calf (cm) Leg Height (cm)
3 36 23.2 35.4-38.4 37.5
4 37 24 36.5-39.5 37.5
5 38 24.9 37.6-40.6 37.5
6 39 25.7 38.6-41.6 40.5
7 40/41 26.5 39.7-42.7 40.5
8 42 27.4 40.7-43.7 40.5
9 43 28.2 41.8-44.8 40.5


  • Wearing what you would normally want to wear inside your wellies (trousers/jeans and thick socks, for example), sit on a chair with your feet flat on the floor.
  • Wrap a tape measure (or piece of string that can be measured afterwards) comfortably tight around the widest part of your calf, inserting either one or two fingers between the tape and your leg.
  • Take a note of this measurement, which will give you the ideal calf size for your wellington boots.


  • Wear the type of socks you normally wear inside your wellies and if possible measure your feet in the afternoon (feet typically swell during the day).
  • Distribute weight evenly before measuring.
  • Place a piece of paper on a hard surface with one end to the wall. Stand on the piece of paper with your heel just touching the wall.
  • Mark the end of your longest toe with a pencil for both feet. Ideally get someone to do this for you while you stand up straight.
  • Take the larger of the two foot length values. Hunter recommend that women should add 6mm to this measurement to allow for movement and room inside the boot, while men should add 8mm. The combined measurement will be your insole length, which you will find on the chart above.