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Seven products still made in the USA

Sunday, Feb 21, 2021

Since the pandemic, “Made in the USA” has become an even more vital concept to our economy. We welcome the company. Hamilton has been American-made from Day One. So we thought we’d shine a light on brands that have always kept production stateside.

Airstream Trailers

While these iconic cross-country roadsters saw a spike in sales over the last year, they’ve no doubt stuck around for so long thanks to the company’s high-quality manufacturing processes in Jackson Center, Ohio.

Harley-Davidson

Over the years, Harley has weathered many challenges to keep manufacturing on American soil from its base operations in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Harley is so quintessentially American, in fact, that when the Trump administration started a trade war by adding tariffs to steel and aluminum imports from Europe, the EU fought back by taxing Levi’s, Jack Daniels and Harley—the most iconic American brands on the planet. Harleys sold in the U.S. are assembled in one of four plants located in Wisconsin, Missouri and Pennsylvania.

Leatherman Multitools

Patriotic campers, hunters and DIYers, rejoice: These products that can last a lifetime have been made since 1983 in Portland, Oregon, where the company employs more than 500 people.

Igloo Coolers

All oof the company’s iconic products come from Igloo’s 1.4 million-square-foot facility outside of Houston, Texas.

Crayola Crayons

Thirteen million crayons alone are produced daily at Crayola’s flagship factory in Easton, Pennsylvania—as is everything from chalk to paint to Silly Putty.

Lodge Cookware

Family-owned since 1896, Lodge continues to make its enduring cast-iron cookware from its foundry in South Pittsburg, Tennessee.

Let’s keep helping to put our hard-earned money back to work in America.

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