New season menswear is rooted in an appreciation for practicality and enduring quality, with updates to our handcrafted boot offering.
Scent has long played an important role in the world of R.M.Williams, telling vivid stories of the unique outback environment from which we were born and the time-honoured leather craftsmanship for which we’re now known.
An R.M.Williams boot is to be treasured, to be maintained and preserved for years of faithful, confortable wear. Which is why we offer our boot repair service.
One Piece Of Leather is the seminal book about Reginald Murray Williams, the company he built and an enduring legacy of Australian craftsmanship
Our iconic Chelsea boots have countless unique qualities worth celebrating, but perhaps the most important is their signature one-piece leather design.
Christmas gifting story
Women's new season collection
Boot care products
Online purchases can be returned free of charge within 60 days. Read more
Exchanges for online purchases can be made in-store only.
Once a return is received for processing, refunds generally take up to 10 business days to reach your account depending on your financial institution.
Full returns policy
Accepted debit/credit cards:
Visa, MasterCard, American express
Buy now pay later options:
PayPal Pay in 4, Afterpay, Zip Pay, Klarna
Other payment options:
PayPal, R.M.Williams physical gift cards, R.M.Williams digital gift cards
R.M.Williams boots are fully repairable. You can browse our range of repair services here.
Find out how to return your boots for repair here.
Estimated processing time for repairs is 6 - 8 weeks.
Click and collect is available at a range of R.M.Williams stores.
Simply select the click and collect option at checkout, then collect it from your selected store within 24 hours.
Find out more here.
Your bag can be one of your most indispensable everyday accessories. Whether you’re looking for sophisticated style or rugged durability, your bag should be a dependable companion for whatever your day has in store. Leather and canvas are staple materials for premium-quality bags of all types, and each of these sturdy textiles has its own set of distinct qualities depending on what you need in a bag.
Leather is the material of choice for its timeless elegance, durability and its tendency to develop in form and finish over the lifetime of a bag. As a material, premium leather is well-suited for bags that blend functionality with style, such as messenger bags and briefcases. Available in a variety of shapes and colours, leather bags are the premium option for everyday use.
Canvas is similarly known for its durability and versatility as a bag textile. Lighter in weight and more flexible than leather, canvas is ideal for larger gear, including sports bags and duffle bags. Canvas is both water-resistant and breathable, making it well-suited for a variety of weather conditions, as well as for long-haul journeys when you need a dependable travelling companion.
Choosing between a black or brown leather bag depends on your personal style, preferences and needs. Black leather bags are a sophisticated option, with an elegant appearance well-suited for formal attire. Conversely, a brown leather bag evokes a more classic, versatile look, suitable for contexts that require both professionalism and warmth of character.
When choosing between black or brown leather, consider the circumstances in which you’ll use your bag, as well as the kinds of clothing styles that you’d normally pair with them. For example, consider carefully what type of leather belt or leather shoes you would normally wear with your bag.
Styling a black or brown leather bag can be simple if you pay attention to your context and clothing style. For a black leather bag, opt for a polished outfit such as formal suits or work attire, and make sure to match the black leather with black accessories and black leather shoes.
Brown leather bags suit a wider range of looks, from modern style to smart casual attire. Brown leather bags are also best matched with similarly-toned clothes and accessories, including earth-toned pants and coats, jackets or vests. While brown leather is the more casual option of the two, both tones of leather bag can elevate your style and be the finishing touch on a range of personal ensembles.
While leather bags, especially full grain leather ones, can cost more than cheaper alternatives, they are great value for money. Leather bags offer a much longer lifespan when compared to other materials and they go against the ever-changing trends of fast fashion, offering a timeless and classic appeal. Purchased once, a leather bag becomes a staple accessory worthy of its original price tag for years to come.
R.M.Williams offers Afterpay for online purchases, so you can spread out the cost of your premium-quality leather bag.
Properly caring for your leather bag requires routine maintenance and careful attention to the unique needs of the natural textile from which it is made. Regularly wipe your leather bag with a damp cloth to remove any built-up dust or dirt. Once cleaned, apply a leather conditioner product every 6 - 12 months to help maintain the leather’s natural suppleness and prevent cracking.
When in use, avoid overloading your bag in order to prevent stretching and deformation. In the event of light scuffing or staining, be sure to address the problem promptly with a gentle leather cleaning solution. Finally, store your bag in a dry, cool environment where it will be safe from scratches, dampness and sunlight.
Leather bags are naturally water-resistant, but not entirely waterproof. Like other natural textiles, leather is porous and can absorb moisture. Prolonged exposure to water can damage leather bags, leading to deformation, damage or a stained appearance.
Many types of leather can be treated with leather protectants and waterproofing sprays to improve their water resistance. However, even treated leather bags should be protected from excessive moisture and kept out of the rain as much as possible. In the event of water exposure, your leather bag should be promptly pat-dried and left to air out at room temperature, before applying a leather conditioner once completely dry.