In recent years, Australian bootmaker R.M. Williams has expanded its reach across the world. The brand — which was founded in Adelaide in 1932 — received substantial investment from L Capital (a private-equity fund sponsored by LVMH), along with IFM Investors and Hugh Jackman. For a brand that rose to prominence offering riding boots, leather goods and saddles for cattlemen, the significance of this can’t be overstated.
What these global investors saw in the brand was a quintessential Chelsea boot that should be available to a much wider audience. The boots are made from a single-piece leather upper, have a clean silhouette, a simple pull-on style and superior durability. Though the design hasn’t changed much over the past eight decades, the price has risen to something that leans more towards luxury than workwear.
But now for a limited time, you can save 44 percent on a pair of Tonal Sydney Boots at Need Supply. The style has a tan suede upper, a chisel toe and a leather sole. Normally $495, it’s just $278 while supplies last.
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