The Best Pieces to Shop from the Hunter for Target Collection

You can stand under my (new) umbrella, ella, ella.

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The iconic Hunter brand responsible for your favorite rain boots, which typically retail for around $150, is on an exclusive collection—and now you can snag the same sleek boots for $40 or less. Hunter for Target also features a full range of weatherproof attire (with plus-size options!) including raincoats, rompers, shorts, and bombers. Shop the best of the collection, officially available in-store and online April 14, ahead.

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Opt for these colorblocked chelsea boots on the days when you want to wear rain boots that don't actually look like rain boots.

Waterproof ankleboot, $35

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You never want to put effort into your outfit when it's raining, but this weatherized tie-waist romper does the work for you.

Longsleeve romper, $35

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No more ankle blisters with these chic unisex waterproof high-top sneakers.

High-top sneakers, $40

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You'll appreciate this hooded romper's hair-hiding magic when the humidity starts to creep up.

Hooded romper, $35

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Windbreaker, but make it fashion.

Windbreaker jacket, $40

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A bucket bag that won't get destroyed during spring showers (it's made of rubber!).

Tote bag, $25

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Bloom where you are planted walk with these rain boots any nature-lover will adore.

Waterproof rain boots, $40

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When's the last time you found a soft pair of athletic shorts that are waterproof and complete with side zippers to store your phone and ID? Never before, that's when.

Athletic shorts, $25

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For the days it's coming down like it's Noah's Arc 2.0, throw on this versatile raincoat over your gym or work clothes.

Raincoat, $45

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Remember the same pair of Hunter's you spent $150 on? Yes, I'm simultaneously crying and rejoicing with you.

Waterproof rainboots, $40

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Found: an umbrella that doesn't awkwardly flip backwards with the slightest gust of wind. Nothing to see here, folks...

Bubble umbrella, $20

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Rain doesn't automatically scream "Wear a bomber," but this cozy olive one is a game-changer thanks to its water-resistance.

Bomber jacket, $35

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Everybody needs a statement raincoat like this nylon one that protects from even the heaviest of downpours.

Raincoat, $40

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Who needs Juicy tracksuits when you have Hunter trackpants?

Trackpants, $26

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The '90s mesh sweater is back and better than ever—ideal for days that turn into nights.

Mesh sweatshirt, $28

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