Our Favorite American-Made Brands to Wear this 4th of July
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With July 4th fast approaching, we’re feeling extra patriotic, and what better way to show that patriotism than by supporting brands based here in the USA? Forget that tacky American flag tee that, let’s be honest, was probably made in China. Instead, we’re investing in classic, well-made items that will last us way past the long weekend.


Based in Kansas City, BALDWIN creates classic designs with carefully considered details. Every hat and pair of Baldwin denim is made in the USA, resulting in impeccably crafted apparel for the modern man.

Buck Mason

Buck Mason was launched in 2013 in Venice Beach, offering simple American classics, made to last season after season. Taking an architectural approach to their jeans, tees, and accessories, they work with local mills and factories to ensure that their products are the highest quality and will become wardrobe staples.


In 1932, Charles Danner opened the doors of Danner Shoe Mfg. Company in the old logging town of Chippewa Falls, Wis., with twelve employees to build affordable, handcrafted work boots. Eight-five years later, the brand still crafts premium footwear for hikers, hunters, and military personnel.


Brothers Irving and Jack Schott launched their namesake brand in 1913, selling raincoats door-to-door on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Fifteen years later, in 1928, they designed their iconic leather motorcycle jacket, which has basically been worn by every cool person ever.


You can thank New Orleans-based Haspel for bringing seersucker to the States. Knowing that the Brits used the puckered cloth in India, he thought it would translate well from a laborer’s outfit to a hot-weather-ready suit, perfect for the Crescent City. He was right, but the seersucker suit quickly spread far beyond the South, becoming a staple of the Ivy League gentleman. Gregory Peck, Cary Grant, and almost every president since Coolidge have been Haspel devotees.

grown & sewn

After serving as the Men’s Design Director for Ralph Lauren, Rob Magness launched the grown & sewn as a pop up shop on 184 Duane Street in New York. Since then the brand, which is inspired by American history and culture, has expanded to a flagship store in New York’s Tribeca neighborhood and two stores in Japan. With a focus on American workmanship, the brand manufactures all of its products in the US, allowing them to monitor the process from start to finish, developing new techniques and finishes long the way.


Founded in 2011 by year-round East Coast surfer Shinya Hasegawa, Battenwear is made for the adventurer who “needs well-made gear that can handle the demands of the great outdoors” but that is stylish enough for everyday wear. All of the brand’s pieces are made to exacting standards in North America, with the majority being crafted within a 3-block radius of the brand’s showroom in NYC’s garment district.