Bally is proud of its product craftsmanship, working closely with its suppliers to ensure long-term relationships and excellence in quality. Demonstrating a departure from disposable fashion, Bally offers a renewal service whereby customers worldwide can turn in select shoes for repairs and resoling, extending the product lifecycle.
Our Supply Chain
In compliance with the European Union’s REACH legislation, Bally requires its suppliers to sign a Restricted Substances list as well as comply with its own company Code of Conduct. Bally is committed to supply chain traceability and accountability, mapping its supply chain at Tier 1 and Tier 2 levels and auditing these facilities on both environmental and social standards, conducted by third party partner, Bureau Veritas.
Bally takes pride in the company’s Swiss tradition. The company has its own employee code of conduct called The Bally Way; a set of principles developed on the core values of collective entrepreneurship, meaningfulness and high performance. Testament to Bally’s care for its workforce, some employees have worked at Bally’s production facility in Switzerland for more than 40 years.
Bally has a strong history of community engagement, whether promoting the arts or preserving the world’s mountain environments. In 2006, The Bally Foundation was founded to cultivate emerging artists through its "Artist of the Year" program, while Bally Crafting Futures has been providing educational opportunities since 2016. In 2019, Bally launched Peak Outlook, an on-going environmental conservation initiative, which continues to sponsor clean-up expeditions throughout the high Himalayas and beyond. Bally also supports the Tenzing Norgay Foundation’s philanthropic efforts in the Everest region, as well as the International Climbing and Mountaineering Federation (or UIAA) with its annual Mountain Protection Award.