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"At ROYER, we believe in honest relationships, quality and a job well done. We share with our founder, Louis-Philippe Royer, the desire to do things right. We give the utmost respect those whom every day put their heart and souls into their work for their family, their community and humanity.
Respect is central to ROYER. It results in products that perform, through attention to detail in everything we do. We believe that when we keep our promises and deliver a product of the highest quality, we're doing things right.
In the face of adversity, we roll up our sleeves. We’re not afraid of challenges. We are survivors of the Canadian footwear industry. Disciplined, hardworking, stubborn, we are determined to make work boots and shoes in North America that surpass all expectations. It's in our DNA."
- Simon La Rochelle, CEO
Canadian manufacturing is at the heart of ROYER’s identity. From the first artisan workshop in 1934 to the modern facilities of today. From the founder to son to grandson, knowledge has been passed from generation to generation while technologies have evolved. One thing has not changed: the pride of making truly Canadian boots and shoes by hand.
All those whom every day put their heart into their work, for their families and communities, deserve the very best. They deserve boots and shoes that will keep up with them.
ROYER gives the greatest respect to those who are dedicated to doing things right. We admire and strive to be like those who persist and persevere, those who are stubborn, those who resist and who are determined to make in North America what others don't dare to.
As true survivors of the Canadian footwear industry, we've proven to all the sceptics that it is possible to exist and thrive right here, with us, among us.
We are proud Canadians, strong and free!
Lac-Drolet. Quebec. Canada.