Target’s Newest Collaboration with Hunter Brand

Target's Newest Collaboration with Hunter Brand | Twin Cities Moms Blog

Have you heard about Target’s newest (and in my opinion, one of their best) collaboration!? Target’s next design partnership is with the British heritage brand, Hunter.

Hunter for Target is described as a “limited-edition lifestyle collection designed for the entire family.” Including everyone on their iconic fun, there will be pieces for men, women, girls, boys and toddlers! This includes rain boots, outerwear, backpacks, coolers and hammocks! The launch is set to start in select Target locations and on on Saturday, April 14.

If the idea of snagging your own pair of Hunter wellies for under $50 doesn’t excite you, then how about this: The Hunter for Target collection will include 300+ items, making it one of the superstore’s largest design partnerships to date.

Wondering if this new line will break the bank? Not to worry, most of the pieces will be priced $30 and under! Additionally, prices will range from $5 to $80, and will be offered in sizes XS-3X for women, S-XXL for men and 18M-XL for kids and toddlers. Prices of Hunter’s iconic rain boots on its website range from $135 to $165, but all of the products for Target are new from Hunter and made specifically for the collection.

Target's Newest Collaboration with Hunter Brand | Twin Cities Moms Blog

Have Target’s own RedCard? In addition to receiving 5% off your everyday purchases, having the card will allow early access (April 7) to exclusive style and color options on This is a nice perk since these same items won’t be available to the general public until April 14. Early access is becoming the new thing from Target, so do yourself a favor and be prepared for the future exclusive offerings we are sure to see.

Note that April 7 and the 14 are Saturdays. This goes against Target’s norm of launching new lines and items on a Sunday!

Mark your calenders and get ready to enjoy the playful spirit this new collaboration is set to bring!

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