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Belts for RM Williams boots


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Mar 17, 2007
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I've had a look at some of the belts in the new RM Williams, Autumn/Winter 2008 catalogue. None of them really appeal.

So, strolling past http://www.wsfoster.co.uk I wandered if they'd make me one in the colour of my choice. Seems that they have a selection of buckles and leather on display inside the shop. The salesman said that pretty much any colour belt could be made up. The wait time of about 2 weeks seems pretty reasonable as well. Cost is between £80 - £100.

Very helpful for me, as I'm still on a quest to find the perfect whiskey coloured belt. With the arrival of my claret coloured, Comfort Craftsman boots in about 3 weeks, I'll be wanting to match that colour as well.

A question: I plan on ordering a pair of Bills Khakis soon. Are they made with narrower loops to take 1.25 inch belts? Would 1.5 inch be too wide? I'm undecided.

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Once again, great forum. I'd still be a slob if it wasn't for the info gleaned here. I'm especially grateful to both Sator (how does he know so much?) and Manton (yep, I got his book).

Most of society dresses poorly and my friends dress poorly. My father was simply not there to provide sartorial guidence when I was younger. Absolutely NOT a grumble! Just to show that in many cases, this will lead to a poorly turned out individual. If you don't know the rules or possibilities, how can you play? This should be considered, the next time we judge a slob.

The good news is that even at my ripe age, it's NEVER too late to change (or get to the gym)

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