It’s an Aussie brand that needs no introduction.
Classic bootmaker R.M. Williams – best known for its iconic Chelsea boot – actually once produced its version of the ‘sand shoe’ way back in 1940. And now, they’re making a comeback in the form of two slick sneaker styles.
The ‘Fitzroy’ is a leather upper, padded tongue sneaker that sports a rubber outsole and resembles the classic modern sneaker on the market today. It also happens to make you 20% better than people who don’t wear R.M. Williams (non-official metric).
The ‘Surry’ is a much more casual interpretation of the low-cut sneaker with a distinctly classic aesthetic. Meaning this one only makes you approximately 15% better than people who don’t wear R.M. Williams (also a non-official metric).
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We honour RM’s pioneering spirit, who first introduced sand shoes in 1940, by reintroducing Sand Shoes in the form of our contemporary footwear. Discover the Fitzroy, our new classic dress sneaker. It features an elegant Oxford style leather upper and rubber outsole and midsole that provide all day comfort. Available in brown, navy and dark teal. Find out more. Link in bio. #RMWilliams #ReintroducingSandShoes
The ‘Fitzroy’ will retail at a price point of AU$345, while the ‘Surry’ will retail at the AU$295 mark. Both are currently available to purchase in four colourways right now over at R.M. Williams stores and online at rmwilliams.com.au.