There is no doubt the American Apparel Industry has taken a major hit over the last 30 years as production has followed the allure of cheap labor overseas. However, with a little bit of effort, men can find manufacturers who still value the craftsmanship of the American worker and place a high importance of keeping jobs in this country. Here are just a few.
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Hardwick Clothes, 131 year old family owned tailored clothing maker in Tennessee.
Allen Edmonds, Wisconsin maker of fine footwear
Southwick, renowned Massachusetts maker of Natural Shoulder Clothing
Gitman Brothers Shirtmakers, est. 1978 and made in U.S.A.
Taylor Supply Co, made in New York City and drawing inspiration from the 1930′s through the 1950′s
Red Wing Boots, from Red Wing, Minnesota, long time maker of fine shoes and boots.
Filson, Seattle maker of Rugged Outdoor Apparel
Seersucker & Tweeds blog by American Suit Store