1. When do we collect personal information?
Our Website is free for you to browse through and read. We only ask for your personal information for the following reasons:
• If you want to purchase product(s) from the Website
• If you want to take part in a Prize Draw or Competition
• If you want to contact us, send us an email or offer feedback
• If you want to receive hunter-boot.com news and exclusive offers via email
We only collect personal information (including but not limited to your name and address details) if you choose to provide that information to us or when you make a purchase from our Website.
2. What do we do with the information?
We will require you to provide particular personal information such as your credit card details and your billing address for the purposes of completing your order. We will only use this information for the purposes of managing your order or your usage of the Website. We will share your information with third party companies (such as couriers) for the express purpose of completing your order. Providing additional personal information is up to you. We collect personal information to enter you in contests and notify you of results, to e-mail you with updates, news and special offers, to respond to your questions or comments, or to register you for certain features on the Website. Hunter (and those people or companies employed by Hunter who help make this Website, its content and its services) will process and use your personal information in order improve the service we provide enabling us to: speed up your searches, recognise you when you return to the Website, respond to your feedback, respond to problems, and tailor what we do to suit your requirements further. Beyond this, we will not share your information with any other company without your consent unless we are required to do so by law. If you give us consent then we may share your information with our partners, subsidiaries or subsidiary companies in order that they can contact you with information, promotions, products, services and offers that may be of interest to you. We will never sell your information to any other company or third party.
3. Asking your permission
If you register on the Website or make a purchase, we may also contact you by email with further information or updates concerning our products. We don't want to bombard your inbox, so generally we will only send you an update once a month.
4. How to unsubscribe
Our policy is to allow users to unsubscribe from our regular emails at any time. You can do this by clicking on the Unsubscribe link at the bottom of the email you've received However, should you experience any problems, please email us to remove your details at information@Hunter-Boot.com or call our Customer Service Team at 877-495-1500, who will assist you. If you have asked us to stop sending emails, and this hasn’t happened, it may be because the email address to which we are sending them is not the same as the address you sent your request from. Please check the address we are using and include this information in your request. The easiest way to do this is to return to us the whole of the unwanted email.
6. What do we do to safeguard personal information?
7. Links to other Websites
We may offer links to third party websites. However, we are not responsible for the content or information collection policies of third party websites. If you visit a third party website, we advise you to review their privacy and other policies. We do not accept any responsibility or liability for these policies. Please check these policies before you submit any personal data to the third party websites.
9. Anything else I should know?
California Transparency in Supply Chains Act
The following describes how Hunter evaluates and manages risks of slavery and human trafficking, as required by the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act (US Senate Bill 657).
Hunter Boot Ltd. is committed to conducting business in a lawful and ethical manner – this includes respecting and promoting human rights in our supply chains.
We have a Supplier Code of Conduct which establishes the basic principles that all factories must follow, to ensure that workers in our supply chains are treated fairly and are working under safe conditions. The Code is founded on the relevant conventions of the International Labour Organisation. Among other important issues, the Code clearly states that no forced, bonded or involuntary labour can be used. Our policy is to only do business with partners that adopt and implement our standards; our supplier contracts require full compliance with our ethical trading standards.
Hunter has an ethical trading programme in place which allows us to evaluate and address the risks in our supply chains. The programme is managed in-house and we work in partnership with independent organisations in the countries where we manufacture. Our ethical trading programme involves communicating our standards directly to suppliers, auditing factories to monitor compliance with both our Code and domestic labour laws, providing support to suppliers during any necessary remediation processes, and training our own staff on supply chain risks.
All of Hunter’s manufacturing facilities have been audited and all new factories must be approved on ethical grounds before we place orders. These audits are conducted by both internal and independent third-party auditors with expertise in local labour issues.. Because we work to maintain trust in our supplier relationships, all visits are announced. All audits start with an opening meeting with factory managers, followed by a full factory walk-through, a review of documentation, confidential interviews with workers and management, and a closing meeting.
Where compliance may be lacking, we would work closely with factories on a progressive programme of improvement. We would organise targeted ethical trade trainings for factory managers and workers, and offer other forms of support throughout the remediation process to ensure that the necessary improvements are made. We visit and re-audit factories regularly to support lasting changes and continuous improvement.
In addition to the factories that manufacture our final goods, Hunter is working to gain greater visibility of those facilities that supply our key components for our products and we will hold these suppliers to the same high standards.
Our ethical trading, sourcing and development, and quality assurance teams visit factories regularly and all our rubber footwear factories have a small dedicated Hunter team working in those factories every day. When our staff members visit factories, they are briefed on any relevant ethical trading challenges and improvement actions, and ethical trading is firmly on their agendas for discussion with factory representatives. Hunter also provides staff and distributors with regular ethical trade training and updates.