Poppy Barley is a certified B Corporation, meeting the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, transparency and accountability.
Certified B Corporations are a forward-thinking businesses that balance purpose and profit. They are legally required to consider the impact of their decisions on their workers, customers, suppliers, community and the environment.
Behind every product there is a person. We will always share their story with you—and make sure it’s a good one.
We are founded, owned and led by women.
We build long-term relationships with our factories to provide permanent, secure employment for artisans. 100% of our factories meet our Code of Conduct for working conditions. This ensures a living wage, and full-time permanent employment with health care and pension benefits.
The status quo is not sustainable. We exist to shatter it.
We believe the future does not, and cannot look like the present.
Each year we publish our People and Planet Report to share our goals for making our business more sustainable–and a year later– follow up with the results. Read our 2020 People and Planet Report.
Made by real people, for real people.
We make shoes for men and women too busy taking on the world to have sore feet.
Our shoes are designed to be the workhorse of your wardrobe and the foundation of your chic, effortless style. We believe in buying less and buying better, yet still being playful with our fashion choices.
We believe in inclusivity. That is why we offer sizes 5 to 12 (women's) and 5 to 15 (men's.) Most of our best-selling shoes are also offered in narrow and wide widths.
60% of women struggle to find boots that fit so we offer made-to-order boots made to your measurements.
We give back to our communities.
Welcome to a new socially responsible era.
Every year instead of a sale we do a Black Friday Fund and donate all net proceeds back into our communities. Partners include the YWCA, the Lois Hole Hospital for Women and Habitat for Humanity. We also have a paid volunteer policy so that we can volunteer in our communities up to 20 hours per year per full-time employee.