A List Of Goods Still Made In The USA

Here’s a list of well-designed products still made in the United States. I focus mostly on mainstream goods, rather than specialized products. If only certain products are US-made, you’ll see a “(only selected products)” note.

Jeans

Accessories

Bags

  • Accessories Unlimited — Portland, Maine — bags
  • Acorn Bags — California — cycling bags
  • Archival Clothing — Portland, Oregon — luggage, clothing (only selected products)
  • Artifact Bags — Omaha, Nebraska — bags
  • Bailey Works — Portsmouth, New Hampshire — bicycle bags
  • Billykirk — Pennsylvania — bags, leather goods
  • Beckel Canvas — Portland, Oregon — bags, tents, etc.
  • Buzzline — Fort Pierce, Flordia — bags
  • Dandux — Ellicott City, maryland — bags
  • Domke — Hauppauge, New York — camera bags, accessories
  • Duluth Pack — Duluth, Minnesota — luggage
  • Emil Erwin — Nashville, Tennessee — luggage, accessories
  • Ernest Alexander — New York, New York — luggage
  • Estex Mfg. Co. — Fairburn, Georgia — bags
  • Equinox — Williamsport, Pennsylvania — bags, outdoor gear
  • Frost River — Duluth, Minnesota — bags, tents
  • Ghurka — New York, NY — bags, leather goods, accessories
  • Goruck — Bozeman, Montana — bags, hats
  • Johnson Woolen Mills — Johnson, Vermont — bags, clothing, accessories
  • Joshu+Vela — San Francisco, California — bags
  • J. W. Hulme Co. — St. Paul, Minnesota — briefcases, bags, accessories
  • Klein Tools — Lincolnshire, Illinois — bags, accessories
  • LL Bean — Freeport, Maine — luggage (only selected products)
  • Makr — Orlando, Florida — luggage, accessories, leather goods
  • Mer — Brooklyn, New York — luggage
  • Mulholland — San Francisco, California— luggage
  • Moop — Pittsburg, Pennsylvannia —bags
  • Port Canvas — Kennebunkport, Maine — canvas bags
  • Red Oxx — Billings, Montana—  adventure luggage
  • Topo Designs — Denver, Colorado — bags
  • Tough Traveler — Schenectady, New York — bags
  • Triple Aught Design — San Francisco, California — bags, accessories
  • Utility Canvas — Gardiner, New York — bags, accessories
  • Wm. J. Mills & Co. — Greenport, New York — bags
  • Wood&Faulk — Portland, Oregon — bags, accessories

Clothing

Footware

Tools

Audio

Grado SR80i Headphones: Best Rated

  • Audio by Van Alstine — Woodbury, MN — preamplifiers, amplifiers, digital-to-analog converters, and phase inverters
  • Ayre Acoustics, Inc. — Boulder, CO — full line of audio and video components
  • Audeze — Headphones
  • Big Lick Amps — Salem, VA — reproduction tube amps
  • Car Audio Factory — Richmond, TX — subwoofer enclosers
  • Carr Amplifiers — Pittsboro, NC — guitar amplifiers, made by guitarists for guitarists.
  • CI Audio — Port Hueneme, CA — headphone amplifiers, monoblock amplifiers, and power supplies.
  • Fargen Amps — Sacramento, CA — all tube (not solid-state) guitar and bass amplifiers
  • Grado Labs — Brooklyn, NY — high-quality headphones and phono cartridges (their SR80-i is one of the best headphones under $100)
  • KCS Loudspeakers — Sun Prairie, WI — custom horn loudspeakers
  • Klipsch -  Hope, AR – audio gear
  • Koss Headphones – Milwaukee, WI – headphones
  • Manley Labs — Chino, CA — Hi-Fi and professional recording gear
  • McIntosh Labs — Binghamton, NY : fine audio and home theater sound systems
  • Mohu, Inc. — Raleigh, NC — makers of the LeafTM, a USA-made indoor HDTV antenna
  • Moog Music — Ashville, NC — miniMoog Voyager analog monosynth, MoogerFooger guitar pedals, and Etherwave theremin
  • Ohm Acoustics — Brooklyn, NY — high-end speakers for audio and home theater applications
  • Orb Audio — Sherman Oaks, CA — Mod1 and Mod2 satellite speakers for flat screen and home theater applications, handmade in USA. “Small Speakers for Smart People”
  • SanGreal — Las Vegas, NV — acoustic instrument amplifiers
  • Schitt Audio – Audio Gear
  • Synthesizers.com — Tyler, TX — modular analog music synthesizers, assembled in USA with domestic and imported components
  • SVS — Ohio — speakers and subwoofers for music and home theater
  • Wavefront Technologies — Los Angeles, CA — theremin musical instruments and accessories
  • Westone — Colorado — Earphones
  • Woo Audio — New York — amps
  • Zinky Electronics — Flagstaff, AZ — electric guitar amplifiers & accessories

Camping Equipment

  • American Outdoors — coolers, boat totes, camp chairs, etc.
  • Arc Flashlight —Phoenix, AZ — LED pocket flashlights that run on a single AAA battery
  • Awl for All —Arlington Hts., IL — indispensable wooden-handled awl for repairing leather, canvas, and vinyl outdoor gear
  • Butler Bags —Cedar City, UT — sleeping bags, bedrolls, and gear bags
  • Cascade Designs —Seattle, WA — manufacturer of camping gear of all sorts (including Therm-a-rest self-inflating camping mattresses, MSR camping stoves)
  • Equinox. —Williamsport, PA — makers of ultralight backpacking gear, including sleeping bags, tarps, ponchos packs, and totes
  • EZ-Sales and Mfg. —Gardena, CA— American-made hammocks, folding aluminum camp chairs, cots, and canteens (only selected products)
  • Feathered Friends —Seattle, WA — sleeping bags, outwear, and comforters
  • Fuerte Cases —La Mesa, CA — waterproof protective cases for laptops, PDAs, firearms
  • Kirkham’s Outdoor Products —Salt Lake City, UT — manufacturer of Springbar and AAA canvas wall tents
  • Nalgene —Rochester, NY — water bottles, bike bottles, travel mugs, and other “hydration necessities” (only selected products)
  • Northern Lites —Wausau, WI — high tech, lightweight snowshoes for all uses, from racing to hiking
  • Open Country Campware — aluminum campware kits, plates, pots, and canteens made by Metal Ware Corp. (Two Rivers, WI)
  • Outdoor Research —Seattle, WA — shelter systems, headwear, gaiters/footwear, and storage systems/stuff sacks (only selected products)
  • Princeton Tec — headlamps, outdoor gear, bikes lights
  • Purcell Trench Mfg — Addy, WA —ultra-lightweight camping grills and tarp shelters
  • REI — Kent, Washington — outdoor equipment  (only selected products – see their “Made In USA” section)
  • TarpTent —Redwood City, CA —ultralight, mobile shelters made with US materials in Seattle, WA
  • Tektite —Trenton ,NJ — LED flashlights and lanterns, divelights, and marker lights
  • INOVA Light —North Kingstown, RI — tactical LED flashlights by Emissive Energy

Bikes

Additional American ProductsRada CutleryBosch1888 MillsAmerican Kitchen CookwareAll-Clad CookwareLodge Cast Iron PansEpicurean Cutting BoardsWeber GrillsKitchen Aid MixersTom’s Of Maine (Bathroom Products), Burt’s Bees (Bathroom Products), Wahl CuttersVornado Fans, Crane and Co. Paper, Preserve (Razors, Toothbrushes), Dr. Bronner’s Liquid Soaps, J. K Adams Wooden Kitchen GoodsAlpaca Extreme Wool Socks, Anchor Hocking Glass Storage, Granite Ware Roasters, Complete First Aid Kits, Mid West Gloves and Gear, Dramm Garden Tools.

This list is compilation of similar lists on A Continuous LeanUnited States Of Design by Fast Company and StillMadeInTheUSA.

Comments

  1. lumber says

    Also see, Chris King (Bicycle components), White Industries (Bicycle components), Velocity (Bicycle rims).

    Cheers!

  2. denimfan says

    You forgot:
    Rogue Territory and Railcar Fine Goods for denim. They make goods on par or better than Baldwin and Tellason.

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