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In 1880, Barker England was founded by Arthur Barker, with a vision to create some of the finest shoes in Northamptonshire. Every pair goes through 165 production stages and takes 6-8 weeks to make. Barker shoes are made by the finest craftsmen. Barker shoe skills have been developed over 125 years to provide exceptional quality, fit and comfort.
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Quality and craftsmanship executed to the highest level, are Barker Hallmarks. These distinguished styles using quality leathers ensure value beyond compare. It takes over 200 hand operations to make a Barker Goodyear welted shoe in a process which takes approximately eight weeks to complete. A reassuring mark of quality in a world where pace is ever increasing.
Quality and craftsmanship executed to the highest level are Barker Hallmarks.
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