1. Pendleton Woolen Mills
Best known for its vibrant blankets, but no slouches in the way of plaid shirts, either.
These outdoorsy goods are a staple of urban woodsmen nationwide.
3. Red Wing
Red Wing, MN
Iconic producers of resurgent, Rust Belt-ready work boots.
Stalwart of respectable brogues and loafers; rare company with legit claim to having never gone out of style.
Its handmade moccasins are so popular that they're often on back order.
The iconic mail-order outfitter's duck boots are ubiquitous, and with good reason.
Lancaster Co., PA
Amish-made leather shoulder bags, wallets, and key fobs.
8. Gitman Bros.
Pilot Mountain, NC
Some of the most solid (and, uh, patterned) ties around, made in a county known for its quarries.
The dress shirts are from the Lone Star State, but they're classy enough for offices on the coasts.
10. Tony Lama
El Paso, TX
Because you don't want cowboy boots that were stitched anywhere but the Wild West.
Los Angeles, CA
If you're an authenticity junkie, you're after Levi's Cali-born, archive-based Made & Crafted line.
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