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Target’s new Hunter collab has affordable, stylish duds for your next outdoor adventure


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As indicated by the emergence of fashionable sheer rain coats, waterproof boots and outerwear may be the most practical and stylish items to add to your spring rotation. And Target’s latest collaboration, with renowned British brand Hunter, adds further rainy-day fashion fodder to accesorize your next nature-filled getaway.

On April 14, Target unveiled its latest collaboration with Hunter, and because this is a Target partnership, the more than 300 products in the edit are seriously discounted: Hunter’s jackets and boots—made iconic by the image of Kate Moss wearing a pair at Glastonbury Festival in 2005—usually average in the $100 to $200 price range, but they’re here are being offered for between $30 and $50. The wallet-friendly collection features rain boots, protective outerwear, backpacks, and other accessories that will have you looking good and well-prepared for all spring and summer outdoors activities (think: forest bathing, glamping, or going to as many yoga and music festivals as possible).

“Recognizing our shared spirit of adventure, getting outdoors, and appeal to the whole family, we wanted to create a collection that celebrates that—whether [it’s for] a summer gathering in the backyard, weekends away, or at a music festival,” Alasdhair Willis, Hunter’s creative director, says of the collaboration in the press release.

The items in this line are a chic and practical solutions for staying adventurous (and dry) through the April showers (which your body can sort-of predict!).

Shop the five stylish outdoors-ready items below.

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