Looking for what diving equipment is made in the USA? Then you’ve come to the right place. Here, I’ve researched and compiled an unbiased alphabetical guide to all of the American made Scuba manufacturers I could find. I love Scuba diving and like to reward ethical local manufacturing whenever possible. I encourage you to support your local dive shop first, but if you will be ordering online anyways then please help support us through our links. *I took the above photo while liveaboard diving in Komodo National Park.
Note, I emphasize which products from the following companies are built in the USA. Appearing on this list does not mean that all of their products are made in the USA.
DUI specializes in custom tailored drysuits and thermal protection which they craft in San Diego, California from start to finish. They also make weight and trim systems ideal for cold water diving. The US military and rescue divers often use DUI drysuits. Where to find them:
My search for the best American-made phone cases and screen protectors has ended in success. Here are the results.
Only our favorite gear, the top American made equipment that earns our Editor’s Choice and Best Buy Awards.
Here you’ll find a lineup of the best headlamps made in the USA for camping, backpacking, running, hiking, biking, fishing, and all things in the dark.
Your guide to the best water bottles, reservoirs, and hydration systems you can find.
Looking for the lightest, highest-quality, weatherproof tents available? You should look here.
Discover the best sleeping bags in the world, which happen to be made in Seattle, WA and San Jose, CA, USA.
Looking for the top sunglasses made in the USA? You’ve come to the right place.
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