R. M. Williams was the brainchild of Australian bush craftsman, Reginald Murray Williams, who became famous for producing a beautifully crafted riding boot, made from one, single piece of leather.
Since 1932, the company has continued to produce boots of outstanding quality, widening its range and attracting customers all over the world, from the Australian army to fashion-conscious city dwellers and celebrities. Even the American President, Bill Clinton, wore some when he was inaugurated.
Today, R. M. Williams belongs to the Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy Group. In its high-capacity factory in Adelaide, each pair of boots now passes through no less than 80 craftsmen. The required precision and skill make them an investment, not a purchase. These boots are made to last.