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Save 20% On Our Favourite R.M. Williams Pieces for 1-Day Only

The chance to score yourself a pair of R.M. Williams boots for 20% off is enough of an excuse to get the wallet out of the back pocket of even the biggest tightarse. But what if we told you there’s more than just leather boots in R.M. Williams’s fashion repertoire? We’re breaking down all of our personal favorites from THE ICONIC’s 20% Off 1-day sale down below, including the Dog Collar.

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Image: 3 Piece Solid Hide Belt | R.M. Williams

1. R.M. Williams 3 Piece Solid Hide Belt

Sitting right below the boots has to be the classic R.M. Williams belt. As far as we’re concerned, if you’re going to rock the boots, you better have a matching belt in your wardrobe. We wouldn’t want to be caught without one when stepping out in our boots and neither should you at 20% off – now priced at $111.20 AUD via the link below. This is belt will last you a lifetime.

Width: 3.5cm
Material: Genuine leather
Made in: Australia

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Image: The Signature Briefcase | R.M. Williams

2. R.M. Williams The Signature Briefcase

If you’re going to go as far as to wear your boots, belt, and vest to the office, you may as well have the briefcase to match. Making somewhat of a resurgence in the corporate eye, the humble briefcase is practical and comfortable with a single shoulder strap and umpteen internal pockets. In the case of the R.M. Williams  Signature Briefcase, you’ll find organizational pockets alongside large internal pockets and a padded sleeve for your laptop – now $476 AUD.

Measurements: H29cm x W40cm x D8cm; Handle Drop: 12cm
Colour: Cognac brown finish; aged brass-toned hardware.
Features: Zip entry to the main compartment, large internal zip pocket, internal media sleeve.

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Image: Drover 1 Dog Collar | R.M. Williams

3. R.M. Williams Drover 1 Dog Collar

While we’re on the subject of matching pieces, you’ll want to make your pooch is looking its best by wearing the official R.M. Williams Drover 1 Dog Collar. No, this isn’t for use in the workplace, but if mans best friend can’t rock a pair of RM’s then this is the next best thing. Made in Australia, it mightn’t be the most comfortable thing to wear around your neck, but your dog will love it. One of the hardest pieces to find on sale, you can grab it for $79.20 AUD.

Dimensions: 55cm x W3cm
Materials: Leather-look construction
Made in: Australia

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Image: Plaited Key Ring | R.M. Williams

4. R.M. Williams Plaited Key Ring

The Plaited Key Ring is worked in genuine leather and fitted with Longhorn-engraved brass accents. Grab it for $39.20 AUD via the link below, that’s 20% off.

Length: 11cm
Material: Plaited leather
Made in: Australia

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Image: Bourke Workshirt | R.M. Williams

5. R.M. Williams Bourke Workshirt

While Rings Western might hold the crown for workshirts, there’s no reason an R.M. Williams won’t get the job done at the RSL. If you’re looking to take the missus out for a night out, put the t-shirt away and tuck into a chicken parma with the classic R.M. Williams Bourke Workshirt. Made from a cotton-linen-blend twill it’s comfortable and 20% off – $119.20 AUD.

Materials: Cotton-linen blend twill; non-stretch; opaque
Features: Button-through front, twin buttoned chest pockets, Longhorn logo embroidery.

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Image: Surry | R.M. Williams

6. R.M. Williams Surry

What if we told you the best R.M. Williams boot alternative isn’t a pair of boots at all? The recently released R.M. Williams Surry sneakers are a simple pair of leather sneakers that are equally as formal as they’re comfortable for the workplace. If casual Fridays looked like a sneaker, this would be them. At just $236 AUD they’re a great pre-Christmas present for yourself or a loved one.

Features: Smooth leather upper and lining, lightly padded collar, rubber cup sole.

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Image: Gardener Boots | R.M. Williams

7. R.M. Williams Gardener Boots

On the subject of R.M. Williams alternatives, you only have to look in their current product catalog to find one. The Gardener Boots are a more relaxed take on the classic comfort craftsman and feature genuine kip leather that’s oiled finish for quality and style. Featuring an additional goat lining layer, a hard-wearing rubber sole, and a tidy profile, these boots style perfectly with everything from tailored trousers to jeans – now priced at $519.20 AUD.

Materials: Genuine kip leather; oiled finish, fully lined, treaded welt sole.
Made in: Australia

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Image: Womens Adelaide Boots Rubber Sole | R.M. Williams

8. R.M. Williams Womens Adelaide Boots Rubber Sole

If you’re shopping for someone else these holidays, why not get in early and grab your better half a pair to match? The R.M. Williams Womens Adelaide Boots are our pick of the bunch for ladies and features a texon board insole, which allows for a lower toe puff, giving them a sleek feminine profile. Usually priced at $649.00 AUD like the men’s boots, they’ll make the perfect present at just $519.20 AUD while they’re on sale.

Materials: Genuine yearling leather upper; leather lining
Lining: Full Poron-padded inner sock lining
Outsole: Rubber
Made in: Australia

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Ben lives in Sydney, Australia. He has a Bachelor's Degree (Media, Technology and the Law) from Macquarie University (2020). Outside of his studies, he has spent the last decade heavily involved in the automotive, technology and fashion world. Turning his passion and expertise into a Journalist position at Man of Many where he continues to write about everything that interests the modern man. Conducting car reviews on both the road and track, hands-on reviews of cutting-edge technology and employing a vast knowledge in the space of fashion and sneakers to his work. One day he hopes to own his own brand.