“UPDATE January, 2020: What a difference 6 years can make! When this article was originally posted in 2014, Duluth Trading Co. offered a decent selection of made in USA apparel. Now, they carry zilch. All of their jeans, shirts, pants, and outerwear (unless you are looking for hats), are manufactured overseas.“
Originally posted by iron chef: I just checked out their website. Their plastic tumblers are described as "Made in America", but all the stainless steel ones are, "Tumbler designed & decorated in Venice, FL. Made in China."
Originally posted by PowerSurge: Tervis tumblers. Made in US.
Only the plastic ones. Believe me- I have researched this. There are no US-produced products of this sort, and that is just plain sad. An extruded metal tube, either double wall or single wall. It ain't rocket surgery. Think of all the men who worked in foundries in this nation in decades past. They might weep for us.
I’m picky about my socks. Thrifty too (my wife says cheap) so it’s hard to do both sometimes. So I shop for seconds, irregulars, etc. Here is an excellent made in USA brand. They also last almost forever. Even so, they show the yarn is “imported” so not sure to make of that.
This type of product was a surprise to me. Casual shoes/ flip flops. They are really nicely made too. I didn't think anything like this wouldn't be made in the C place. Made in Buford, GA at an old shoe factory building that was there for decades.