Where you can buy R.M. Williams’ new biker boots

The Aussie icon has teamed up with a Parisian moto-mod firm to create a boot aligned with the brand’s latest vintage Scrambler build.

By Justin Mastine-frost 25/10/2017

Moto fashion remains on trend of late, whether we’re talking about edgy denim from Balmain or Diesel’s recent capsule collection for Ducati. Relaunching their beloved Motorcycle Boot — which first appeared in 1993 — R.M.Williams has teamed up with Parisian moto-mod firm Blitz Motorcycles to create a new edition of the boot tailored to align with the brand’s latest vintage Scrambler build.

The new version of the boot is now available via the brand’s Made-to-Measure service directly through the brand, as well as at Harrods of London (on the fifth floor). Pairs will be available in either brown crocodile (approx. US$6,580 ($A8420)) or black New Zealand cowhide (US$795 ($A1020)), the former also being present on the grips, saddle, and tank straps of the custom-built Blitz scrambler from which R.M.Williams drew inspiration. As part of this collaborations, all of the leatherwork for the motorcycle was crafted by R.M.Williams.

A display presentation will be present on the lower floor of Harrods though the end of October featuring wares from both brands, as well as a short film chronicling the 6-month development process behind both the boots and this unique motorcycle.

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