The brand was inspired by the early 20th century labor movement in London, which advocated unity and equality among workers. The name "Stepney Workers Club" comes from the Stepney area of East London, where many trade unions and workers' associations were located.
The brand's shoes are designed to be both durable and comfortable, with a special attention to detail and materials. The brand uses high-quality fabrics such as canvas, leather and suede, as well as vulcanized rubber soles to provide better grip.
Stepney Workers Club offers a wide range of styles, from classic to bold. The "Dellow", the brand's flagship model, is a low top canvas sneaker that was designed to be versatile and comfortable, while still having a timeless look. The "Varden" is a suede shoe with a rubber sole inspired by hiking boots. The "Haydon", meanwhile, is a bolder sneaker with a thick sole and leather upper.
The brand also places great importance on the sustainability and ethics of its shoe production. It uses eco-friendly materials such as organic cotton and natural rubber soles. The shoes are made in ethical and sustainable factories in Portugal.
In addition to offering high quality shoes, Stepney Workers Club is also involved in various community initiatives in London. The brand supports local organizations that fight social exclusion and the lack of affordable housing.