WHY 100% AMERICAN MADE?
Simple. We didn't want to be another faceless company churning out cheap stuff. We wanted to be the family brand that was doing things better and doing things right. So that's where we started.
But our idea went a lot deeper than just “Made in the USA.” Our products are firmly planted in neighborhood craftsmanship and much smaller supply chains. So we spent a ton of time finding, then getting to know our farmers and suppliers. And a lot of them are just like us. They're the Wyoming family who became the first folks in the U.S. to grow and harvest naturally gluten-free organic oats. They’re the West Texas farmers who have hand-picked organic cotton for decades. And they're the North Carolina mom-and-pop shop that does our all-natural dyeing.
American manufacturing doesn't have to die. Every time you click the “place order” button, it keeps and creates jobs in our own backyard and invests right back into our towns and communities.
DID YOU KNOW?
In 1960, more than 95% of all clothing sold in the U.S. was American-made. By 1991, it was down to 56%. In 2012, “Made in the USA” accounted for only 2% of all clothing sold in America.
6 million manufacturing jobs left the U.S. between 2001-2009, mostly due to outsourcing.
American consumers could create more than 200,000 new jobs here at home just by buying 1% more products Made in the USA.