After a light bulb moment at a handcrafted boot shop in Bali, sisters Justine and Kendall Barber launched Poppy Barley in 2012. They travelled from their home in Edmonton, Canada to the city of León, Mexico in search of a leather shoe factory that prioritized its people and could offer flexibility in sizing and inventory through small-batch manufacturing. Poppy Barley screens its factories for positive working conditions, including fair Wages and Benefits, Worker’s Rights and Freedoms, Health and Safety, and Training and Opportunity. We’re transparent about our manufacturing. Every decision we make as a business is an effort to present you with a better choice than what’s being offered in the traditional leather goods industry. Accessible luxury means you’ll reach for these shoes every day, and it won’t break the bank—or your feet. You’ll never toss out your handbag after three uses. You’ll never be guilty of ignoring the people behind the products you purchase. In this business, we want you to feel good.Something looks off?