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I’m trying to be more conscious of products I buy. I’d really like people to post things that are every day items made in USA and where to buy them. Things like clothing, kitchen stuff, tools, etc. Especially interested in things that have reasonable prices. Post anything you like. I think the more posts the better. Hoping this becomes a go to thread when looking to buy stuff.

I’m sure I’ve seen a thread like this but I searched and didn’t find one.




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Posts: 10410 | Location: Westminster, MA | Registered: November 14, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Some men's sneakers by New Balance are made in the USA. I recently ordered a pair and they were more expensive, but not deal breakingly so. I like them. I would also like to know if any other manufacturers make men's sneakers in the US (I could not find any). I will follow this thread with great interest.


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Thorogood shoes - but only some are made in the USA - it usually is clearly marked.



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All of my favorite holsters are made in the good 'ol USA.

Magpul products

Cooper tires (most of them)

Rocky Mountain Twist Drill for drill bits (Montana based)
 
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S&K tools, Michelin tires, Cornwell tools, Klein tools (most are US made), Proto tools, Thorogood boots (only US made models) Waterloo tool chests, US made New Balance models.
 
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Adventure Tool Company - Best Tool Rolls I have ever used. Made in Colorado.

Danner boots - made in USA ones are the best.

Klein Tools, Proto Tools, S&K Tools - all still made in the USA
 
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Klein tools
Microtech knives
Hornady ammunition

Widely available but not necessarily at reasonable prices.


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If you type Made in USA in the search function, there are 121 pages of good stuff.

Thanks to all of the those conscientious members in advance, who take the time to offer a link ,along with the reccomendation .

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Malkoff Devices lamp modules

None tougher or more reliable
 
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quote:
Originally posted by bendable:
If you type Made in USA in the search function, there are 121 pages of good stuff


The first few pages I found had individual threads about a specific product. I was hoping for a more consolidated thread.




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Posts: 10410 | Location: Westminster, MA | Registered: November 14, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Performance Friction brake pads & parts.

https://pfcbrakes.com/
 
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Darn Tough socks.

London Bridge bags.




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CookShack electric smokers, made in Okla. They are not cheap, but you won't need to replace it in 3-4 years either
 
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For all wood smokers I’d recommend lonestargrillz.com. Made in Texas. Also not cheap.




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Posts: 10410 | Location: Westminster, MA | Registered: November 14, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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WeatherTech vehicle floor mats & dog dishes.
 
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Chapman screwdriver bit sets.

https://chapmanmfg.com/

I just recently bought a set. Very nicely made.

Also Tru-nord Compasses.
https://trunord.com/

These have gone up in price since I bought mine.



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I walked around my apartment compiling this list, I’ve split it into the US and the “Other” (I.e. not China).

USA
Channellock pliers
WRB range bags
Darn Tough socks
Maglite flashlights
Pelican cases
Scotch tape
Ikea furniture (a lot, surprisingly!)
Allen Edmonds shoes



Other
Oster blender (Mexico)
Glasslock food storage (Korea)
Arcos knives (Spain)
Demeyere cookware (Belgium)
Olfa utility knives (Japan)
Samsung TV (Mexico)
Ted Baker menswear (Canada)
Canada Goose winter jackets (Canada)
 
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Guitars. All the top brands make their premier guitars in the U. S. A. Fender, Gibson, Martin, Taylor, PRS, etc.

Sure, they have cheaper models they farm offshore (Mexico, Indonesia, South Korea, Japan) but I like the real thing. And the lower-end MIA guitars are priced right along those made elsewhere.




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Buck knives. At least the one I’m carrying right now is stamped ‘USA’, anyway.


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