Comfort Craftsman Boots in Black
Comfort Rubber Sole
R.M. Williams Comfort Craftsman Boots Black
(B543Y/FGCP, B543Y/FHCP) PM ref: 843256-3
Your selection: Black H Fitting / UK8 EU(42) / £350.00
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The Comfort Craftsman is one of the best loved boots in the RM Williams range. Made from premium grade yearling leather for durability, smoothness and softness, it is a classic stockyard boot design that will take its owner from bush to boardroom!
As the name suggests, the boots have been crafted with comfort in mind. They have an an oil resistant rubber sole, which gives the wearer both added grip and stability (something that makes it perfect for a drizzly autumnal day). They are also made using just one piece of leather that is joined at the back, meaning that these boots are less likely to rub and chafe your foot compared with other footwear.
- Premium grade yearling leather upper
- Comfort rubber sole
- Flat heel chisel square toe
- Woven pull on front and rear togs
- Polyester bound elastic for easy pull on and snug fit
- Granulated cork inner sole cushion
- Stacked layer leather heel for optimum shock absorbance
- Handmade in Australia
- Regular (G) or Wide (H) fit
The R.M. Williams company has a world wide reputation for high quality, durable and stylish footwear. Each boot goes through around 80 different hand held process to ensure that they will be as hard-wearing as possible (a process that has been the same since the first pair of boots was created in 1932).
Plus, RM Williams boots are built with longevity in mind. It is effectively possible to revamp all but the one piece leather upper of these shoes - For instance they can be resoled and reheeled time and again, and the linings and elastics can be replaced if needed.
Size Guides / SpecificationMore
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Comfort Craftsman size guide:
- Two width fittings: G and H
- Sizes UK 6 (EU 39) up to UK 12 (EU 48)
- Full and half sizes availlable
Care: Full instructions are supplied along with the boots
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