No need to get aggressive. I am well aware of how to search the thread, but i fail to see how someone asking about creases in their shoes bears any relevance to mine. Completely different circumstances in each case.
As to your advice, I have plenty of pairs of leather shoes including other rm williams which have no where near this level of creasing after months of wear. These have only been worn for 2 hours. Plus the creasing is only on one shoe, not both, which definitely doesn't seem normal.
But I appreciate your input.
Other people's creasing is relevant because this question has been asked time and time again, always with the same answer, that it is normal. The circumstances are quite similar in each case when it comes down to it. If you used the search function you would've seen that many people have different creasing in each of there boots and that is normal. It is quite simple, cow hides are a natural product so there are inconsistencies in the hide. If a shoe/boot is made with any attention to what the final product cost is going to be, they are going to maximize the usage of the hide. This include using somewhat lower grade parts of the hide, where the grain is a bit looser from the fleshy part below, causing heavier creasing.
TL/DR: Having heavier creases on one of your boots is common, and is usually a product of the manufacturer using different parts of the hide.