American Made Clothing Brand Directory

If you’re looking for clothing brands made in the USA then you’ve come to the right place. If you’re interested in recommendations then you may want to check out our Top American Clothing pages.

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Alamere Designs

  • alameredesigns.com – Stylish and functional blend between casual and technical clothing.

American Apparel

Beyond Clothing

Bison Designs

Black Rock Gear

Burgess Custom

C2 by Janeware

Carhartt

  • www.carhartt.com – Apparel.  Some of Carhartt’s products are made in the USA as shown in the link.

Carolina Mfg

Diamond Gusset Jean Co.

Filson

  • www.filson.com – A variety of outerwear, luggage, bags and more tending towards a classic style.

Fox River

Four Athletics

Free Ride Systems

Frost River

  • www.frostriver.com – Classy canvas and leather durable goods including mittens, chaps, wool caps and much more.

Geier Glove Co.  

Halo Headband

Johnson Woolen Mills

Kitanica

The Landmark Project

Massif

Melanzana

Mission Workshop

  • www.missionworkshop.com – Technical apparel, waterproof packs and more. Some of their apparel is made in Canada.  Why not show some love to our friendly neighbors to the North too?

Northwest Tech

  • www.nwt3k.com – Technical apparel for skiing, snowboarding, and biking.

NW Alpine

Pendleton

Polar Max

Polartec

Ragged Mountain

Ramblers Way

Red Ants Pants

Rothco

Shredly

Skida

Stormy Kromer

Triple Aught Design

Voormi

Valleau Apparel

Wiggy’s

  • www.wiggys.com – Clothing, footwear, sleeping bags, tents, and more.

Wigwam

Wild Things Gear

Wintergreen Northern Wear

Woolrich

  • www.woolrich.com – Only a small portion of their clothes are still made in the USA.
 

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