Womens Shoe Department

Broadleys Womens Shoe Department Re-opens

Discover all the latest styles from boots to trainers around an assortment of coats, scarfs and a few spooky pumpkins…

The wait is finally over, our Women’s Shoe department is back open and its looking great. You can dive straight in wherever you are with our virtual experience.

This season we have a good variety of styles across Tamaris and Rieker. With more continuing to arrive all the time, so keep your eyes peeled on our website each week as we unveil them.


Founded in the Black Forest region of Southern Germany in 1874, Rieker originally produced shoes for the citizens of Northern Italy.

Since then the company has gone from strength to strength, building a strong reputation and becoming a house name in Central Europe. Rieker has been family owned for 5 generations and its commitment to quality and style has ensured continuous growth for the last 30 years.

At the start of the 1970's Rieker setup a new head office in Switzerland and moved production away from Europe. Today they employ around 20,000 people in 3 design units, 16 wholesale units and in their own production units in Eastern Europe, North Africa and Vietnam.

You can now find Rieker in around 9,000 independent retailers, including us. 

“Rieker antistress footwear is unique. To maintain the integrity of its special constructions, together with the flexibility to respond quickly to fashion trends, virtually everything Rieker sells is made by Rieker.”


The Wortmann Group is one of the largest shoe production and distribution companies in Europe, offering five brands that covers every area. They claim Tamaris is “the best known shoe brand in Europe”.  Sold worldwide via independent retailers and on their website.  

Tamaris completely understands their customers, always being one step ahead with optimisation and innovation processes. The perfect fit is at the top of their priority. They have achieved an impressive 90% brand awareness.

In recent seasons, their collections have become increasingly diversified and advertising campaigns focused on emotions in a completely new way. Featuring real women and their unique stories at the forefront. Tamaris are moving away from one-off advertisements towards a continuous interaction with consumers. They want to show that everyone is unique in their own way.  Diversity and authenticity are the drivers for their campaigns, while also offering the perfect fitting shoes.

Discover in store today or browse online right now….

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