12 Top Quality American Made Eyewear Brands
If you’re searching for sunglasses made in the USA then you’ve found the right place. Here, I’ve compiled a list of all the American made eyewear I could find. If I’ve missed anything, please let me know.
- www.arc-iris.com – Premium sunglasses crafted from wood.
- www.aoeyewear.com – Makers of the original Aviator Sunglasses.
- www.chums.com – Eyewear retainers.
- www.croakies.com – Eyewear retainers, belts, dog collars and more. I own their ARC system and can recommend it.
- www.ekusa.com – Eyewear retainers, Cat Crap anti-fog, belts, and more.
- www.gatorz.com – Sunglasses.
- www.liquideyewear.com – Sunglasses.
- www.oakley.com – A variety of eyewear. After their Ray Ban takeover some of their eyewear is still manufactured in the USA but check to be sure. I own their Twenty Sunglasses and can recommend them.
- www.randolphusa.com – Sunglasses.
- www.shwoodshop.com – Eyewear.
- www.sireseyewear.com – Wooden frame eyewear.
- www.smithoptics.com – Sunglasses and goggles. Their Elite Tactical line and most of their goggles are built in the USA.
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