96 Amazing Things Made in the U.S.A.
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Why buy American?
Whenever an American buys an American-made product, a majestic, rippling American flag magically appears somewhere in the country (like in these American flag photos). You know what else happens? The purchase becomes more than just a purchase. It becomes an investment in the future of the American economy. That’s because a purchase increases the demand for whatever you just purchased. Demand increases price until supply increases to meet it, which will require more people to work, which allows more money to be spent. If people are spending on American-made things, the cycle continues. If they’re spending on imports, then the dollars they used disappear with the purchase.
Think about it this way: the $10 you spend on buying something made in America goes directly into that worker’s pocket. Then they use it to pay their babysitter. Then the babysitter uses it to buy gas. The cashier gives it as change to someone else, who uses it to pay for their college textbook, and so on. That $10 is suddenly worth a lot more! The money stays circulating in the economy, and hundreds of people get use out of it to pay for the essential things we all need (like 4th of July decorations!). In other words, when you buy American-made things, you’re helping keep the money where it’s needed: in the hands of everyday Americans. Buying American can actually make a real difference in the lives of your community and neighbors. Patriotism isn’t just for Independence Day, although it is one of the best 4th of July ideas.
So, if you’re interested in keeping some of that money on the table for real, then it’s a good idea to consider making an effort to patronize American business. You can check to see if whatever store you’re browsing has a “Made in America” or “Made in the U.S.A.” department or search capability, or look for smaller businesses.
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Allform custom-made seating
Allform makes modular seating (e.g., sofas, loveseats, sectionals, upholstered chairs) that are fully customizable and handcrafted in the United States. Even better, you can order an Allform sofa and have it delivered to you in as few as four days. Since Allform comes from the comfort-minded minds at mattress company Helix, one can expect Allform sofas to be so comfortable, you might end up falling asleep. Here’s a loveseat that comes with a built-in chaise that looks particularly cozy.
Bob’s Red Mill Organic Extra-Thick Rolled Oats
Mill-ground in Oregon using whole grains sourced mostly from North America (bar a few that don’t grow here), Bob’s Red Mill is one of the best-known healthy brands in America. They seem to have every kind of flour, cereal, and baking mix, as well as a ton of gluten free options. You might say they’re red mill, white, and blue.
Raw Generation is a father-daughter operation with an incredibly inspiring origin story. In a nutshell, as Bill Geier and Jessica Geier were mourning the loss of several loved ones to cancer, they were awakened to how our food choices impact our health. The founded Raw Generation to supply people with fresh, raw, and grown-in-the-U.S. produce to enhance their health, their looks, and their lifestyles overall. They’ve recently added these items to their repertoire: ACV Elixirs, Produce Boxes, Immunity Shots, and Sanitizer Sprays, but their cold-pressed juice cleanses (like the one pictured) have always been a mainstay in Raw Generation’s business.
Nordic Ware Shortbread Mold
“Since 1946, Nordic Ware’s business model of keeping its manufacturing in the USA on as many items as possible has resulted in a smaller eco-footprint, local job creation, stability, and has allowed us to produce durable goods that withstand years of use,” explains Nordic Ware on its website. This extra-deep nonstick cast-aluminum shortbread mold, which you can also use for brownies, cakes, breads, and other molded desserts, is made in Nordic Ware’s Minneapolis factory.
Lib Tech Dreamboards
If you can think of a sport involving riding a “board,” then you can be pretty sure the craftsmen who make up the cooperative of Lib Tech craftsmen are busy making a board for it. All their manufacturing happens in the United States, and their website asks readers to “support American craftsmen.” Lib Tech had to shut their factory for a few months in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but they should be back up and running very soon.
Skyline Furniture Wingback Low Profile King Bed
Skyline Furniture was founded in 1946, by Norman Wecker, whose father-in-law owned an upholstery factory. When Norman returned from World War II, he was ready to start the next chapter in the family business, proudly opening his own furniture factory in the suburbs of the South Side of Chicago. Although the company has grown over the years, it still is a wholesale company that sells to retail store, rather than consumers, and it’s still a family business, run now by Norman’s son, Ted, and granddaughter, Meganne. This Wingback Low Profile King Bed is just one example of Skyline’s beautiful, functional designs.
Coleman Guide Series Dual-Fuel Camping Stove
“The outside is calling, and we create innovative gear to help you answer it and experience memories you won’t find inside,” states the Coleman website about its commitment to outdoor enthusiasts with all the camping essentials they need. Coleman manufactures all its gear in the United States, in its facilities located in Minnesota, Texas, and Kansas, including its line of camping stoves. Pictured here is the Guide Series Dual Camping Stove, which, as the name suggests, offers dual-burner action.
SaltWorks Smoked Salt Gift Set
SaltWorks employs over 110 employees in its Woodinville, Washington facility outside of Seattle where they make some very American smoked salts. This set includes salts flavored with six distinct smoked wood types—Durango Hickory, El Dorado Mesquite, Fumée de Sel Chardonnay Oak, Salish Alderwood, Yakima Applewood, and Robusto Hearty’s blend of fruitwood and hardwood. Each takes your average steak, chicken, fish, or more to a gourmet level in seconds. You’ll have fun experimenting to find your favorites.
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Way up north in the small Mayberry-like town of Velva, North Dakota, a woman named Dot Henke is the inventor and purveyor of Dot’s Pretzels, a snack food beloved not just all over the Dakotas but wherever they happen to make their way. Since they’re available on Amazon, perhaps they’ll make their way to you next. “We’re a family-owned business,” Dot is quick to point out, “as well as a proud member of the Pride of Dakota Brand.” In addition to North Dakota, Dot’s also has bakeries in Arizona and Kansas.
Alaskan Barley Flour products
“Under Alaska’s midnight sun, our barley grows so quickly you can almost watch it,” says the Alaskan Flour Company of the crops that support their artisanal whole-grain barley products, which include, in addition to barley flour, pancake mix, brownie mix, and barley cereal, among others. “The long summer days pack our grain with nutrition and antioxidants. Our secluded, high latitude location and careful attention to the crops help us bring you food that tastes as good as it is good for you.” Pictured is the cinnamon chip pancake mix. Yum.
Nest Bedding The Easy Breather Pillow – Queen Size
Nest Bedding is an eco-friendly, all-natural, and family-owned bedding brand offering bedding-related products, including mattresses, mattress toppers, pillows, bedding. and more, and all of it is made in the United States. The Easy Breather Support Pillow is made with a Tencel-blend for added comfort (Tencel wicks moisture 50 percent more effectively than cotton) and is filled with a proprietary blend of materials for supple yet stable support, which you can adjust to your preference (because who wants to have to choose?). Some say it feels like a feather pillow cradling your neck.
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Smartipants Reusable Cloth Diapers
Why would you use cloth diapers when disposable are at your disposal? Well, for starters, cloth diapers contain no chemicals, which can cause skin irritations, among other things, according to the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles blog. They’re also better for the environment and cost-effective over time, particularly if you start with your first child and plan on having more than one. Finally, and this could be the kicker, “using a cloth diaper allows your infant to feel the wet sensation against their skin and become more aware of when they have gone potty.” If it leads to easier potty training later on, we’re all for it, so if you’re curious about reusables, maybe start small with a pretty handmade set like this one.
Vintage-inspired “OPEN” neon sign
Unironically, you can buy this American-made neon sign that lets people know you’re “open” if you have a store or cafe, and you want to make sure no one drives by thinking “well, guess they’re closed” just because things seem a bit quiet. Or, with an ironic wink, put it up on a wall near your kitchen table to let the family know dinner’s ready, and the kitchen is OPEN.
Big Cork Vineyards Rosé / Brut
While California may be known as the biggest wine-producing state, the truth is wine is made in all 50 states. Big Cork Vineyards, located in Rohrersville, Maryland (a little over an hour’s drive outside of Washington, D.C.) makes this delicious Rosé Brut. If you’re in the area, stop by to sample all their varietals.
American Mask Project masks
Early on in the pandemic, it was difficult to find masks, and even more difficult to find masks made in the United States. Now, they’re much more abundant, but we like these American Mask Project 100 polyester masks because they’re washable and reusable, come in packs of two, are available in a variety of colors.
Wave Gel hand sanitizer
Remember back in the days before COVID-19, when we might use hand sanitizer at a festival or camping, and that was it? Then came COVID-19, and suddenly, stores couldn’t keep hand sanitizer in stock. Now, production has begun to match demand. But if you never ever want to run out of hand sanitizer ever again, try this 24-bottle supply of American-made hand sanitizer.
4 Sisters Rice
The folks at 4 Sisters Rice, who really are four sisters with a family rice farm in Louisiana that was started by their dad in 1964, have made and kept a commitment with regard to their organically and sustainably farmed rices: everything is fully traceable from farm to table, and everything is proudly grown, put together, and shipped from the United States. Their Long Grain Organic Brown Rice is a certified whole grain by the Whole Grains Council.
Honey Bunches of Oats cereal
Battle Creek, Michigan was once known as the Cereal Capital of the World. While at least two major cereal companies, Post and General Mills, have relocated their corporate headquarters to Minnesota, Post’s Battle Creek plant continues to manufacture Honey Bunches of Oats, as well as several other of Posts’ more popular brands. Pictured here is a bulk-sized box of the almond variety, which contains two bags inside for freshness.
Tillamook Cheddar dairy products
For more than a century, Tillamook, a farmer-owned co-op from Tillamook, Oregon comprised of about 80 farmers, has been making the highest quality dairy products using the most responsible practices. But what the Tillamook co-op is most famous for is its Tillamook Cheddar. Cheddar, which was first made in the English village of Cheddar in the 12th century, is popular enough nowadays that it has its own holiday: National Cheddar Day, which not surprisingly was started by the folks at Tillamook.
Mast chocolate has the requisite millennial pedigree: It began life in Brooklyn, when the young Mast Brothers decided they wanted to get into the confectionary business. But life got in the way in the most delightful of ways, and the brothers ended up moving their facilities and their families to Westchester County (just north of the northernmost part of New York City). Get the variety pack. It’s worth it.
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The folks at American towels are passionate about their Made-in-the-U.S.A. mission. “We believe that American-made purchases help our small businesses and U.S. manufacturers, and most importantly, when we keep money in our local economies, workers remain employed and farms and manufacturers keep operating,” they write on their website, and we agree.
Handmade dog treats
A Heart for the Pause makes these chicken-wrapped sweet potato dog treats in Idaho. “We cut fresh sweet potatoes into French fry strips, wrap them with fresh U.S.A. raised chicken breast strips that have been hand-cut and marinated in chicken broth, then we dehydrate them to perfection.” notes the company. “We make every order by hand so you are getting the freshest treats possible for your pets.”
Primo Ceramic Grill
All Primo Ceramic Grills are made in the U.S.A. of raw materials harvested in America. The entire manufacturing process takes place in Primo’s manufacturing plant in Tucker, Georgia. “Primo Ceramic Grills are truly as American as apple pie,” the company says. “In fact, you can bake one on any of our grills.” The high sitting lid also allows you to cook a whole chicken, or even a whole turkey—vertically!
Lodge Cast Iron Skillet
“Nestled alongside the Cumberland Plateau of the Appalachian Mountains is the town of South Pittsburg, Tennessee (population 3,300). It was here that Joseph Lodge and his wife settled and in 1896 opened his first foundry,” according to Lodge Manufacturing’s website. So begins the totally Tennessee tale of Lodge Manufacturing’s long American history, which takes us to the present day, when all of their cast iron products, including this best-seller, the 10 1/4 inch pre-seasoned cast-iron skillet, continue to be manufactured in Tennessee.
If you whip up dinners on the regular, treat yourself to these durable stainless steel, oven-safe and dishwasher-safe pots and pans, all manufactured in All-Clad’s factory in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, and made to last a lifetime. The cookware pictured here is the 8-quart Stainless Steel Multicooker set, which comes with a perforated steel insert and a steamer basket, but whatever type of cookware you’re looking for, there’s a good chance All-Clad makes it.
Maple Landmark Chatterblocks
Maple Landmark is a wooden toys, games, and gifts company located in Middlebury, Vermont where it does all its manufacturing using wood sourced from the Northeast, primarily Vermont. Its products are unique and creative, including these adorable “Home Sweet Home” blocks.
Vitamix has been based in Olmsted Township, Ohio since 1948. Privately owned and operated by the Barnard family since 1921, it manufactures high-performance blenders for consumers and professionals including this model, the beautiful brushed stainless A3500, comes with five preset speeds (smoothies, hot soups, dips and spreads, frozen desserts, and self-cleaning) as well as manual speed control.
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KitchenAid Pro 600 Stand Mixer
Not all of KitchenAid’s products are made in the United States, but this professional-quality stand mixer, featuring a powerful motor and heavy-duty ten-speed slide control transmission (for everything from a very fast whip to a very slow stir) is still “made with pride in Greenville, Ohio.”
All Pyrex glass is made in the United States (there are several factory locations across the country, but most pieces are made in Pennsylvania), and that’s been the case since the 1940s. This ultra-durable, completely nonporous Pyrex Prepware 2-cup measuring cup is a classic piece of Americana you can own for under ten bucks.
Lenox Bone China
All of Lenox’s bone china, including the Westmore 5-piece place-setting pictured here, is manufactured in the United States at a facility in Kinston, North Carolina.
Liberty Tabletop Flatware
According to the company, Liberty Tabletop is the only remaining flatware manufacturer making flatware exclusively in the United States. Based in Sherrill, New York, it produces unique and highly detailed patterns, such as this Calavera 45-piece set, which is intended for 8 place settings, and perhaps for Halloween!
Since 1948, all of the knives made by Rada, including this 7-Knife Set—which includes a paring knife, vegetable peeler, tomato slicer, super parer, 6-inch bread knife, cook’s knife, and slicer knife—have been made in Waverly, Iowa. “Our mission is all about providing our customers the best value of kitchen knives for their dollar,” according to the company.
Epicurean Cutting Boards
This cutting board is in the shape of Oklahoma and all wood products, including cutting boards in the shape of the other 49 states (although not all are as convenient a shape as OK!), made by the manufacturer, Epicurean, are made in the U.S.A. from trees harvested under the guidelines of the North America Sustainable Forestry Standard.
Anchor Hocking Glassware
This set of six 16-oz. Anchor Hocking glass coffee mugs is made in the USA. Anchor Hocking, which has been producing quality glassware in the United States for over 100 years, has manufacturing facilities in Ohio and Pennsylvania and employs over 1,500 people.
Wine Away – Red Wine Stain Remover
Go ahead and serve red wine at your next party. Just make sure you’ve got an ample supply of Wine Away on hand. Wine Away, an all-natural, bleach-free wine-stain remover made from fruit and vegetable extracts, is manufactured in Walla Walla, Washington by Evergreen Labs, a mother-daughter team who have been in business since 1997.
Fletchers Mills’ pepper mills
All of the pepper mills made by Fletchers Mill, including this elegant 17-inch mahogany stained model, are handcrafted in New Vineyard, Maine, from sustainable wood, using sustainable energy practices. Fletchers is a family-owned company and offers a lifetime guarantee with every purchase.
Imagine Brand 100% Hawaiian Kona Coffee
When you order an “Americano,” do you know what you’re really getting? If you’re thinking it’s pure coffee made purely from American-grown coffee beans, you could be wrong, especially if you don’t live in one of the two states that actually harvest coffee beans, Hawaii and California. Kona coffee, in particular, refers to coffee made from coffee beans grown on the slopes of Hualalai, in the Kona district of the Island of Hawaii. People who know will ask for it by name because of its rich volcano-grown flavor. Here it’s available in a variety of sizes and grinds.
Wyoming Gourmet Beef Premium Beef Sticks
All the beef products sold by Wyoming Gourmet Beef, including these all-natural, Angus ginger- and garlic-seasoned hickory sticks (24 to a pack), are grown exclusively on Wyoming ranches and are nitrate-free, hormone-free, and gluten-free.
Stonie’s smoked and cured meats
In the 60+ years during which they’ve been crafting smoked and cured meats in Perryville, Missouri, Stonie’s Sausage Shop has developed not only a nationwide reputation and over 40 varieties of Bratwurst. Now you can have the Terikyaki Summer Sausage delivered right to your door.
Omaha Steaks Jumbo Franks
All the meats sold by Omaha Steaks are sourced from grain-fed cattle in the Midwest. And the Jumbo Franks, which have been named as the Top Hot Dog in America, are no exception. You can get them now as part of a 32-of-each bundle with Omaha Steaks Burgers, perfect for your summer cookout!
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Tofurkey Deli Slices
Since 1980, Tofurkey has been making “lip-smacking food that makes animals, people, and the planet happy” from their facilities in Hood River, Oregon. Although the name might tend to imply Tofurkey is all about meatless turkey, they actually make their products to resemble many different kinds of meats, including ham, sausage, and bologna. These Tofurkey deli slices ship from Whole Foods, via Amazon.
Golden Blossom Honey
Golden Blossom has been in business 1921 with a unique blend (orange blossom, sage buckwheat, and extra white clover) creating their signature flavor, and it’s sourced exclusively from U.S. beekeepers.
Ritual Zero Proof – Tequila alternative
The Chicago-based Ritual company has thrown its hat in the ring with the other up-and-coming zero-alcohol cocktail alternatives. Ritual’s Tequila Alternative was crafted for making margaritas, according to the company. “Greeting you with a rich golden hue, a traditional blue agave aroma opens up on the pour. Ripe tropical guava is underscored by the mellow spice of black peppercorn as the flavor grows, going deeper with charred oak and mesquite smoke. Bright Mexican lime gives way to a clean, spicy finish, with a kiss of cracked sea salt for good measure.”
Bittermilk Charred Grapefruit Tonic Cocktail Mix
This uniquely flavored cocktail mix is handcrafted and bottled in South Carolina using premium, all-natural ingredients. Each bottle makes about 17 cocktails (using one part mixer, one part spirit, and one part soda water over ice).
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Berkshire Mountain Distillers Bourbon Whiskey
Berkshire Mountain Distillers handcrafts its artisanal spirits in small batches in Sheffield, Massachusetts. While these guys are at it, they also make hand sanitizer and a small selection of unique artisanal bitters in flavors of coffee (shown), falernum, and wormwood to make your “spirits soar.”
MoonPies (a graham cracker and marshmallow cookie sandwich dipped in a candy coating) were created in 1917 at the suggestion of a Kentucky miner and have been made in Chattanooga, Tennessee ever since. A nostalgic Southern treat, they’re beloved everywhere. The box pictured here contains 8 classic single-decker chocolate MoonPies.
Dum Dums Lollipops
These sweet, little lollipops are made by Spangler Candy in Ohio. They also make candy canes (a portion of their candy canes are produced in Mexico) and marshmallows candies. Some other popular candy names you may recognize from Sprangler besides Dum Dums include Saf-T-Pops, Circus Peanuts, and Spangler Candy Canes.
New England Confectionery Company, which has been making candy at its Revere-Massachusetts facilities since 1847. made the sad announcement in 2018 that it would cease production of its iconic candies, which include NECCO Wafters and candy “conversation” hearts (the ones with messages on them for Valentine’s Day). Despite NECCO Wafer’s unusual and perhaps a bit old-fashioned flavors (including licorice, wintergreen, clove, and cinnamon), the fanbase was “shook,” until white knight, Spangler Candy (mentioned above) purchased the entire operation. Expect NECCO Wafters to back on the shelves by mid-summer. Yay!
Utz Potato Chips
It’s been almost a century now that Utz has been making its potato chips out of its Harrisburg, Pennsylvania factory. And you’ve probably gotten so used to seeing them in vending machines and convenience what stores, it’s almost like you don’t notice them at all anymore. But what would you say if we told you Utz has a variety that’s dusted in Chesapeake Bay crab seasoning? Well, it’s true. AND you can buy it in vending machine bulk (60 bags) even if you don’t happen to own a vending machine.
Wondermade Marshmallow Candy
Made from scratch and “with love” in Sanford Florida, Wondermade Marshmallow Candy began as a gift from co-founder Nathan Clark, to his wife: a candy thermometer and a recipe for marshmallows. Seven years and a million marshmallows later, they’re still made in Florida. They come in a huge variety of flavors, including s’mores, orangesicle, key lime pie, birthday cake, cookies and cream, and piña colada, and are shipped all around the world.
Herman Miller Furniture Aeron Chair
Herman Miller’s classic Aeron desk chair is known as one of America’s most iconic products. Anyone who has ever sat in one knows that its ergonomic features are well worth the price tag. The company is based in Zeeland, Michigan, where it has been pioneering American furniture for 107 years.
PlushBeds Cool Bliss Gel Memory Foam Mattress Topper – Queen Size
PlushBeds luxury mattresses and bedding sourced from the highest quality, organic non-toxic materials, and handcrafted in California. In fact, when it comes to the purity of their raw materials, PlushBeds is virtually unmatched (it has its certification from GreenGuard Gold, among others).
Purple Queen Mattresses
Purple Mattresses are super-comfy and super-American. The company is headquartered in Alpine, Utah, the products are manufactured in Alpine and Grantsville, Utah, and the proprietary hyper-elastic polymer that makes a Purple so comfortable is also produced in Alpine and Grantsville (the polyurethane foam that Purple uses is made in the U.S.A. as well).
PCB Home Tea Towels
These “Happiness is Homemade” tea towels are handmade in Cranbury, New Jersey, and feature the calligraphy of artist Alyssa Thiel. “By shopping with our small family-owned business, you make the decision to support fair trade artisans here within our local community,” Thiel says.
Duraflame Quick Start Firelighters
Duraflame Fire Logs were originally invented to recycle leftover sawdust from manufacturing wood for pencils. Today, every single Duraflame Log is made in the U.S.A., either in theCalifornia or the Kentucky manufacturing plant which employs over 2,000 people combined.
Little Bee Beeswax Candles
The premise behind Connecticut-based Little Bee is a simple one: Provide locally produced, unique products from the hive, while educating their customers on what can be done to support honey bee survival. All of Little Bee’s products, like this hand-rolled beeswax pillar candle, are handmade in small batches and use minimal ingredients.
Kind and Simple Candles
What’s got the scent of dark, roasted coffee beans and a touch of chocolate but doesn’t keep you up at night? This coffee-scented, vegan candle is hand-poured in Delaware by a wildlife conservationist. Each of Kind and Simple’s “critter candles” features a hand-drawn doodle of a wild animal and some fascinating facts about said creature. Ten percent of sales also go toward a wildlife conservation charity, and the mason jars are reusable.
Handmade Ceramics by Purple Heather Pottery
All of the ceramics sold by this Indiana artisan are hand-thrown on a pottery wheel, then dried, fired in the kiln, glazed, and refired. The small green and turquoise pawprint petfood dish shown here is dishwasher safe.
Rope Rug Doormat
This indoor-outdoor rug is hand-woven from new and repurposed Alaskan fisherman rope/line, exclusively in Alaska by the Alaska Rug Company. On the repurposed rope, you can see some sun bleaching, which only adds to the durable rug’s charms.
Faribault Woolens Blanket
All Faribault Woolen Mill products are handcrafted in Faribault, Minnesota. The Faribault Woolen Mill was founded in 1865 and endures as one of the last vertical woolen mills in America. “Here, fifth generation craftspeople take raw wool and create blankets, throws, scarves, and accessories of remarkable comfort and quality,” a spokesperson tells Reader’s Digest.
Though they are the quintessential American toy and originated in the United States, Lincoln Logs were once manufactured outside the country. Their manufacturing was brought home after K’NEX licensed the brand in 1999. This 100th Anniversary Tin contains 111 all-wood pieces.
Little Tikes Cozy Coupe
Made entirely in the United States, the Little Tikes Cozy Coupe has been taking kids on adventures for three decades now, and this 30th Anniversary Edition Cozy Coupe, celebrates that long American history. Not all Little Tikes toys are made in the USA, but this car is made in Hudson, Ohio.
Michael Stars Clothing
Michael Stars one-size-fits-most T-shirts are designed in Los Angeles and made in the USA with American-grown cotton. No wonder the line is a hit with the women across the country. This double-layer v-neck long-sleeved t-shirt is destined to be your next wardrobe staple.
Hanky Panky Lingerie
Hanky Panky has been manufacturing lingerie in the Northeast. “Manufacturing locally saves time, fuel, and shipping costs, thus drastically reducing the generation of CO2,” they say. “It also keeps our factories where we can see them, allowing us to monitor both the quality of our products and the working conditions.”
San Antonio, Texas-based SAS Shoes handcrafts its shoes in Texas. During the shoe-making process, which is 100 percent done in the SAS factories in the United States, each pair is touched by as many as 80+ hands. This women’s Nudu slide sandal comes in five colors.
Mon Coeur Fine Jewelry
There’s a reason it’s called “Fine jewelry.” This entire pendant was handcrafted of 18K white gold and 18K yellow gold and displays a handset turquoise “Smiling Moon Face” carving. Best of all, it was made entirely by an artisan in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Wyoming Creative Jewelry
This silver bracelet featuring the words, “I love you” was designed and crafted by a Wyoming artist (Wyoming Creative) at her home studio in Wyoming.
New Balance Made in America Line
If you’re committed to buying American-made sneakers, then it will be helpful to look for the sneakers that explicitly state they are made in the United States. Each pair of New Balance sneakers in the Made in America line contains a domestic value of 70 percent or greater and is “rooted in authentic American craftsmanship,” according to the New Balance website.
Riedell Figure Skates
Paul Riedell and his wife Sophie founded the Riedell company in Red Wing, Minnesota more than 70 years ago with one goal in mind: to produce the finest quality skates available in the world. Today, they’re still making ice skates in Red Wing, and Paul’s four grandsons are among the 100 skilled employees involved in the manufacturing process, which involves as many as 125 production steps!
Did you know that the footballs used by the NFL are all made in the U.S.A? This Ultimate Composite game football was made in Ada, Ohio from a high-performance composite and features the official NFL logos.
Titleist Golf Balls
Titleist golf balls came to be after a well-stroked putt ended up going astray. The golfer checked the ball only to discover its core was off-center. Finding that unacceptable, the golfer came up with the idea for Titleist, which has been hard at work in Massachusetts for over 80 years now making well-centered golf balls that are known to fly true.
Nokona Baseball Gloves & Mitts
Since 1934, Nokona has been making baseball gloves & mitts (fielders have gloves, catchers have mitts) in the U.S.A. This one provides great stability, flexibility, and durability and breaks in easily.
BugBand DEET-free bug repellants
In place of harsh chemicals, BugBand’s products use “geraniol” (a geranium-derived essential oil). And all of its products, including wristbands, pump spray, towelettes, bead bags, and portable diffusers, are manufactured, packaged, and distributed from BugBand’s headquarters approximately 45 miles outside Atlanta.
Whether sourcing wool from sheep farms in Montana, collaborating with lead sock developers in Tennessee, or working with North and South Carolina sock mills, FITS Socks’ manufacturing process emphasizes all that American has to offer. This pair of FITS Socks women’s running socks is meant to disappear when you put your sneakers on, but they’re so cute, why would you want them to?
Darn Tough socks
Darn Tough socks have a right to call themselves that because as they told Reader’s Digest, they test all their Vermont-designed, Vermont-knitted socks in their own backyard on Northfield, Vermont. “We ski, snowboard, hike, bike, and run in the most unforgiving climate in the lower 48.” The socks come with a lifetime guarantee. The Hiker Micro Crew Cushion sock shown here comes in five colors.
Diamond Brand Gear Belay Bag
All Diamond Brand Gear bags and packs are crafted entirely in North and South Carolina. This Belay Bag uses upcycled materials and features a laptop sleeve and front pockets large enough to store a 32-ounce water bottle, wine bottle, or growler, making it perfect for a day hike and trip to the local brewery.
Tervis to-go tumblers
When you want to take your beverage to go in an American-made tumbler, you can’t go wrong with Tervis’s double-walled, insulated tumblers, like this 24 oz Fiesta Lapis Stripes model. The best part is they’re all made in Florida and the company uses sustainable practices to help save our oceans and encourages its customers to do so as well.
Maglite Flashlights have been synonymous with built-in-America quality since 1979, and their name is synonymous with “free enterprise and American manufacturing.” Durable and sleek, Maglite Rechargeable Flashlight System is built tough enough to last for a lifetime of outdoor adventures.
Benebone doggie chew toys
Got an all-American pup with a penchant for chewing? Benebone’s dental chews and chew toys are all made in New York City with 100 percent real food ingredients including bacon, chicken, and peanuts sourced from the United States. This Benebone bully stick is truly unique with a center portion that’s perfect for holding your dog’s favorite treat to keep them satisfied and occupied.
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Soapwalla skincare products
All of Soapwalla’s skincare products are made in the Soapwalla Kitchen in New York City. Founder, Rachel Winard, conceived of the line when she was struggling to find skincare products that didn’t aggravate her sensitive skin issues (due to chronic lupus). With vegetable powders and clay, plus lavender, peppermint, and tea tree oils, you’ll always smell clean and fresh. The organic deodorant pictured here is applied with the fingers and has a wonderful frosting-like consistency.
Dermalogica Special Cleansing Gel
Dermalogica’s minimalist packaging style won’t “coordinate with your bathroom,” the website tells us (although the gray and white packaging is undeniably sleek), but “you can always be sure that we use ingredients that we know will work.” Dermalogica was founded in 1986 by an aesthetician trained in the United Kingdom, who wanted to work in the United States but didn’t feel the training was up to snuff. So she opened the “International Dermal Institute” in Marina Del Rey, California to help bring better and more hands-on training to others like her. Out of that grew the Dermalogica skincare line, all of which is manufactured in the USA.
The Corner Handmade soaps
The Corner Handmade makes its soaps, including this delicious Beachwood Vetiver Soap Bar, using the traditional cold process method in small batches in a home studio in Massachusetts. The Corner Handmade also makes skincare products for pets!
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philosophy’s “Falling in Love” cologne
This scent has been described as “a lush combination sure to send any heart a flutter, this blend of vanilla, soft florals, and ripe berries” that “goes on sweet and dries down sexy.” If you wear this scent, you’ll not only be supporting American manufacturing, but you’ll also be supporting…love.
Toms of Maine toothpaste
Toms of Maine began in 1968 when Tom and Kate Chappell moved to Maine in search of a healthier, simpler life for their family. They couldn’t find personal care products that were as natural as they’d hoped, so they made the products themselves. Today all of Tom’s of Maine toothpaste (as well as their stick deodorant) is still manufactured in Sanford, Maine.
ODE Olive Oil Body Balm
The olive oil that’s the key ingredient in this line of hydrating body products is harvested in the traditional Tuscan style, except they bring that Mediterranean skill to the McEvoy Ranch in Northern California. The rich balm is 97 percent organic and features a moisturizing blend of olive and jojoba oils, beeswax, and vitamin E. It’s available in four delicious scents: Bohemian rose, citrus oro, lavender, and verde.
June Jacobs Rapid Repair Healing Cream
June Jacob products are the brainchild of a mother-daughter team. All their products, including the Rapid Repair Healing Cream, are made in Moonachie, New Jersey. We think this cream could really come in handy.
Southern Magnolia mineral cosmetics
Looking for an American-made, American-sourced line of cosmetics? You’ll find it in Southern Magnolia, whose entire mineral makeup line is made in Kentucky and promises all-natural, gluten-free, mineral makeup that “hides your flaws, not your face.” Their Full Coverage Matte Mineral Foundation is a favorite.
Mountaineer grooming products
All Mountaineer Brand products are handcrafted in West Virginia. This beard grooming kit, which consists of Timber Beard Oil, Timber Beard Wash, and Magic Beard Balm, all wrapped up in a burlap bag with a brush, contains everything a guy needs to start a beard and keep it looking epic. The Mountaineer Brand beard grooming care kit pictured here comes wrapped in a charming burlap bag that makes it easy to gift.
Hex clothing detergent
This eco-friendly anti-stink laundry detergent was created by a former pro-athlete who set out to beat the sweat stench that plagues activewear. Manufactured in Baltimore, the formula busts bacteria that causes odor in the first place. It also treats stains like a champ. Add the convenient pods to any type of laundry load.
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