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    I thought I'd create a thread for sharing Made in the USA products that we might not have heard of...


    I'll start. Just found ColumbiaKnit that makes Rugby shirts and was the original maker for LL Bean and J Crew:


    http://www.usa-wear.com//factorystore.html


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    These aren't high style, but great for anyone looking for rugged winter boots. Pac boots handcrafted in Montana. I own a pair of the Hunter II boots and they are miles warmer and more comfortable than the Sorels I used to use. Got mine for $70 on clearance last spring.


    http://www.schnees.com/category/schnees-footwear


    Faribault Woolen Mills in Faribault, MN still makes their own woolen products, like blankets and scarves. Pretty pricey but it's awesome stuff and surprisingly modern in style. My mom bought me a blanket when I was in college, I'm not sure I could survive winter without it. Apparently most of their products are made to order. I like this throw a lot.


    http://www.faribaultmill.com/featured-throws/heather-soho.html


    And for the hipsters in your life, there's always the wool coffee sleeve:


    http://www.faribaultmill.com/featured-accessories/coffee-cup-sleeve.html


    ^Ah, alas... these are out of stock.

    Ben

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      #3


      ColenKeane leather in NC. Watch their video on the site:


      http://www.colsenkeane.com/


      Kinda pricy, but looks well made

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        #4


        Does Made in Canada count for something? If so, Momentum still makes some of their models there (movements are Japanese or Swiss, though).


        The Atlas is one of their entry-range watches and is made in Canada. Comes in a bucketload of dial colors and strap configurations, as well. Plus excellent customer service.


        http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_ss...momentum+atlas

        Ben

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          #5


          The American List from the 'A Continuous Lean' blog

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            #6


            Oh - another not-so-stylish but pretty-darn-functional one: Mystery Ranch backpacks, made (like Schnee's boots) in Bozeman, MT. Great packs for hunters, hikers, skiers. Not the most elegant designs, but tough as nails. Their duffel bags might be of interest to some folks here.


            http://www.mysteryranch.com/recreati...-duffel-medium

            Ben

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              edited.

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                #8


                @kmarizo I use that list all the time. Very good.

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                  #9


                  Maxx & Unicorn makes their stuff in NYC. Love this wallet.


                  http://www.hickorees.com/brand/maxx--unicorn/product/brown-leather-bi-fold-wallet


                  Duluth Packs is more from my neck of the woods. Made in Duluth, MN. I've touted their goods several times on here.


                  http://duluthpack.com/luggage/luggag...ns-duffel.html

                  "You don't need money to dress better than you do" - Salvatore Romano

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                    #10


                    I'll take this one step farther than kmarizo.


                    http://www.americansworking.com/

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                      I check here regularly: http://simplethreads.co/.

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                        #12
                        Bump. Anyone got any new gems to recommend?

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                          #13
                          I love to support the country by buying products made here.

                          Here are a few of my favorites:

                          Dress Shirts: www.ratioclothing.com
                          Polos: http://www.criquetshirts.com/
                          Shoes: www.allenedmonds.com
                          Bowties: www.thecordialchurchman.com (right down the road from me)
                          Pants: http://www.berle.com/collection/khaki.php
                          Jeans: www.weargustin.com
                          laptop bag: www.wheelmencompany.com
                          Last edited by bremersm; May 1, 2013, 11:07 AM.

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                            #14
                            Made in Canada:

                            http://www.nakedandfamousdenim.com/

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                              Shout-out to Barron from EffortlessGent and his San Francisco label: http://fifthandbrannan.com/
                              Clothes make the man. Naked people have little or no influence on society. ~Twain

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