This post made me order my first pair of RM Williams boots, Kangaroo Craftsman. I happen to wear Loake 6.5F (their medium width) so I ordered 6.5G from nungar .com.au. Steve promptly informed me that he had to order my pair from the factory. I will report back when I get them. I am already thinking about getting a second pair but I'm afraid that Seattle's wet winter will not be kind to leather soles. I saw that RM Williams has what they call "walking/work" boots with rubber soles and am eager to learn more about them. Specifically I was wondering if they look/feel different than dress boots. If you look carefully at one of the pages from the RMW catalogue I posted you will see a small picture hidden in the corner of a variant of the Craftsman with a non-slip composition sole called the Blaxland. The equivalent version of the Turnout is called the Wentworth. Although I didn't post images of it, there is something in the current catalogue called the "Comfort Craftsman" and "Comfort Turnout" that differ only in that they have a rubber sole and something called a "comfort innersole". Take a look through their website for pics. You can custom order any of the models with this sort of sole if you want something smarter for wet days. The work boots looked awfully clunky to me and I barely took a second look at them in the RMW store. The leather is also of lesser quality.