Poppy Barley

Our Most Comfortable Flats

We gave some of our most beloved and iconic flat styles a feminine update for spring.

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Our Most Comfortable Flats

Shop Spring Flats

Our Most Comfortable Flats

We gave some of our most beloved and iconic flat styles a feminine update for spring.

Shop Spring Flats

Our Most Comfortable Flats

Shop Spring Flats

We make great shoes, better.

Designed in Canada, 
ethically crafted.

Poppy seeds and barley corns were
the original unit of measurement 
in shoemaking.

So damn
wearable.

So comfortable you’ll forget
you’re wearing them, but so beautiful, 
you’ll feel dressed to kill. every. day.

Made by real people,
for real people.

We screen our factories for
responsible production practices.
Wear them proud.

We make great shoes, better.

Designed in Canada, 
ethically crafted.

Poppy seeds and barley corns were the original unit of measurement in shoemaking.

Slide into Spring in New Colours

Soft and feminine, these spring-ready shades are perfect for pairing with the season’s biggest colour trends.

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Slide into Spring in New Colours

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Slide into Spring in New Colours

Soft and feminine, these spring-ready shades are perfect for pairing with the season’s biggest colour trends.

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Slide into Spring in New Colours

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Made by real people,
for real people.

We screen our factories for
responsible production practices.
Wear them proud.

One percent
Of sales donated to our communities 
in Canada and Mexico. Learn more.

Your Secret is They Feel Like Slippers

Shop sizes 5-15 in four different widths.

Your Secret is They Feel Like Slippers

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In His Shoes

Your Secret is They Feel Like Slippers

Shop sizes 5-15 in four different widths.

Your Secret is They Feel Like Slippers

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In His Shoes

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One percent
Of sales donated to our communities 
in Canada and Mexico. Learn more.

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