Every step of the manufacturing and supply process is all-American at Goodwear USA — a domestic clothing brand known for high-quality, lightweight shirts and sweatshirts for men and women. The cotton the company uses is verified to be American-grown, and their apparel typically doesn’t exceed $100.
This means that they can ensure a certain level of sustainability as well as affordability. In an era when the majority of our goods are produced, stored, and shipped from Asian countries, it is almost rare to find all-American clothing. Goodwear USA Clothing is one of our best names on the market, and let’s keep it that way.
Made in the USA: Louisville Sluggers
While baseballs are no longer being manufactured in the US, at least some baseball bats still are - all thanks to Lousiville Sluggers! Louisville Sluggers may have been sold to a company in Finland, but they are very much still a part of America as their bats are made in Kentucky, and this includes all their signature wooden models.
Playing the old ball game with a ball manufactured elsewhere is one thing, but when it comes to the bat, that's where we draw our red line. We have a feeling that teams that use foreign bats are those placed at the bottom of the league.
Made in the USA: Burt's Bees
Straight out of North Carolina, Burt's Bees sells about 200 skin and hair-care products. All of Burt's Bees lip balms have the best ingredients in them, so they tend to be a little on the pricier side! Focusing on natural, environmentally friendly ingredients and recyclable packaging, their products are carefully crafted, so it's no wonder that Burt's Bees is a favorite.
Unlike clothing, when it comes to our bodies, there is no room for compromise, and only the best will do. The few extra dollars we spend when choosing an all-American brand are worth the effort, and the results (and feelings) are instantly seen.
Made in the USA: Socks4Life
Socks4Life isn't a manufacturer but rather an online retailer that focuses on selling other companies' socks made in North America. Their range of socks is manufactured in Alabama, and they offer reasonably-priced sock packs for less than $10, with sections dedicated to various socks, like athletic socks, socks for boots, thermal socks for winter, and even diabetic socks.
Novelty socks lovers are also sure to find items they love there. They only offer the best one can buy, and although they don't have their own quality control department and rely on the manufacturers, Socks4Life insists on only delivering American goods.
Made in the USA: Fiesta Tableware
Fiesta began when two brothers from East Liverpool, Ohio, (yes, England is not the only country with a Liverpool) formed a partnership to sell pottery wares back in 1871. Fiesta's ceramic tableware is made in several colorful art-deco styles. Since 1936, Fiesta has been manufactured in Newell, West Virginia.
In 2002, The New York Times called Fiesta "the most collected brand of china in the United States." Fiesta took its first footsteps in the industry in the late 19th century, when quality meant a product for life, unlike these days, when goods last barely five years, and we are forced to renew constantly.