All Products Are Proudly Made in the United States of America
3sixteen · New York City, NY
New York City-based maker of fine jeans constructed with selvedge denim woven exclusively for them by the Kuroki Mill in Japan. We offer their jeans, jackets and seasonal shirting. 3sixteen excels in choosing the finest fabrics available.
Darn Tough Socks · Northfield, VT
The toughest socks around produced in the family-owned Cabot Hosiery Mill since 1978. High-density wool blend knits with ribbed ankle support, elastic arch support and ringed toe construction. Unconditional Lifetime Guarantee.
Detroit Denim · Detroit, MI
From founder Eric Yelsma's garage to a store/workshop in the Rivertown Warehouse District, Detroit Denim is part of the city's growing artisan movement. DD's raw selvedge jeans are handmade with all-U.S.-made materials.
Ewing Dry Goods • Vancouver, WA
Dan Ewing specializes in unique handmade leather accessories and personal carry items, drawing inspiration from both the Northwest American Native culture and classic heritage American styling.
Gitman Bros. Vintage • Ashland, PA
Founded in 1932 by Max Gitman, Gitman Bros. resurrects and updates shirt designs and patterns from its large vintage archives. They offer seasonal prints and woven plaids, and a core line of solid color oxfords. All of the shirts are made in their own factory in Ashland by skilled professional garment sewers.
imogene+willie · Nashville, TN
Founders Carrie + Matt named their shop after Carrie's grandparents, Imogene + Willie. "... we watched them and listened to them and learned from them … we will try hard and have fun carrying it on." All design, fit development, pattern-making, and finishing touches are done in their Nashville shop. All imogene + willie jeans have been, and will always be, made in the USA.
Kiriko · Portland, OR
Kiriko sources traditionally made fabrics from small Japanese mills for its handcrafted clothing. Truly unique, distinctive and well-made.
Knickerbocker Mfg. Co. · Brooklyn, NY
Knickerbocker Mfg. Co. in Brooklyn is a quintessential all-American story about ingenuity and resourcefulness. Three young designers bought a factory from the owner who was retiring, replete with specialized hat-making equipment and scores of heritage forms and patterns. They started making hats and have expanded to bags, aprons, jackets and shirts. Every single production step is taken in-house. The only form of automation is their appliqué and embroidery machines.
Left Field NYC · New York City, NY
Since 1998, Left Field has been producing well-crafted, rugged menswear that "our grandfathers would be proud of." Our current stock includes The Greaser, a 1950s style straight leg jean, The Chelsea, a slim-but-not-skinny rocker fit, with a narrow thigh and knee, and tapered leg opening, and "Black Maria" Greaser.
Levi’s® Vintage Clothing · San Francisco, CA
Reproductions of the fits, fabrics and details of bygone eras. We stock Historic Shrink-to-Fit 501s: the 1915 Cone Mills Commemorative, the 1933, the 1947, the 1954 (zipper fly) and the 1966, and the 1962 551Z Pre-Shrunk, and select jackets and shirts. For women, we have the 1966 606 (Orange tab) with a fit customized by Levi's to be "flattering for a woman’s curves."
Railcar Fine Goods · Monrovia, CA
Founder Steven Dang worked for many years as a mechanic for the Los Angeles Metro System, hence the name. Railcar artisanal selvedge jeans are made with Cone denim and select Japanese denim in their own workshop in Monrovia, Calif. We stock men's jeans, shirts and jackets, and their women's line.
Raleigh Denim Workshop · Raleigh, NC
"Home to our team of non-automated jeansmiths. We craft denim the old-school way + we take great pride in making the best jeans in the country." Small-batch, limited editions jeans made in their North Carolina workshop.
Rogue Territory · Los Angeles, CA
From Los Angeles, designed by Karl Thoennessen, handmade with raw selvedge denim. They work with proprietary Nihon Menpu Japanese denim, in three fits: slim straight Stanton, skinny-ish SK, and the Strider, a tapered leg work jean. RGT updates basic workwear to a contemporary style and fit that stands out among the brands we stock. Core and seasonal jackets, shirts and trousers, too.
Shaya Durbin Jewelry · Berkeley, CA
Shaya Durbin is a second generation custom jeweler known for her stunning designs and fine workmanship. We offer her custom solid bronze belt buckles in two styles, and select men's jewelry.
Tanner Goods · Portland, OR
Hand-crafted modern leather goods "worth holding onto." Our shelves are stocked with belts, wallets, card cases and coasters made with top-quality leathers and metals.
Tellason · San Francisco, CA
Tellason is our best-selling brand because of the consistent quality of its materials and construction, and variety of fits. We carry four fits of Tellason raw denim jeans: John Graham Mellor, slim straight; Ladbroke Grove, slim tapered; Ankara, true straight leg; and Sheffield, straight with slight taper.The core denim line is made with proprietary Cone White Oak raw selvedge denim, and with limited edition Italian and Japannese fabrics. Topper, Clampdown and W10 shirts, Jean Jackets, Coverall Jackets, and Cramerton Chinos.
Ubiquitous Industries · San Francisco, CA
Ubiquitous Industries (UBI-IND) designs jeans that fit men who need a little more room for their thighs and glutes. A great fit for big men and athletic men (e.g., cyclists, climbers, pro athletes, weightlifters, etc.). Jeans that will "accommodate all of your glory." We carry the Modern Slim Leg (MSL) that has extra room in the top block and thigh, but with slim leg silhouette, and the Athletic straight-leg fit.
Wellstone Jewelry · Grass Valley, CA
Symbolic, metaphysical and new age jewelry depicting wicca, pagan, goddess, tarot, angel, celtic, totem, mystical, fetility, pregnancy and birthing motifs. Designs handcrafted in sterling silver or 14K gold, most incorporating beautiful semi-precious gems. Family made in USA since 1978. http://www.wellstonejewelry.com
Zkano · Fort Payne, AL
Zkano Organic Cotton Socks are proudly made from start to finish in Fort Payne, Alabama, once known as the "Sock Capital of the World" before most domestic production moved overseas. Colorful, vibrant socks designed by Gina Locklear and woven by the family-owned Emi-G Knitting Company (named after Gina and her sister.)