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More than 70 years ago, Reginald Murray Williams began to make bush saddlery and boots while camped in South Australia's remote Gammon Ranges. Here, R.M. first met "Dollar Mick" Smith, an itinerant saddler, and after much trial and error, fashioned his first pair of stockman's riding boots. It all starts with the leather. R.M. Williams selects the finest hides and creates each upper using one - one! - piece of leather. It is much more difficult to make a boot this way which is why R.M. Williams is the only bootmaker in the world who does it. R.M. Williams boots have only one smooth seam. R.M. then lines the inside each boot with butter-soft leather. It take 65 hand-held steps and a full week to make an R.M. Williams boot. The result is uncommon comfort from the first step that gets better through the years of pure walking pleasure.