We’ve updated our list of American-made ties, giving you plenty of time to prepare for holiday outings and gift-giving. See it here.
Presidents’ Day is always a good time to get a deal on Made-in-America goods, so we’ve done some searching for you.
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Save 25% off when you buy three of these Polo Button-downs.
Get $50 off some of Allen Edmonds‘ most iconic shoe designs.Save an Extra 25% Off Sale Items at ThreeDots.com with code PRESIDENTS173D Throughout President’s Day Weekend!As usual, Nordstrom has come through with many American-Made sale items, including menswear……women’s clothing……men’s accessories……jewelry and women’s accessories…
Orvis is offering an additional 20% off items that are already on sale. Through 2/20 . This includes pet enclosures and gates, a classic wool throw, creel hearth baskets and Ultimate Suede Totes.Sundry brand clothing is 25% off at Lou & Gray. Through 2/20.
Assembled -in-USA luggage is also available on eBags.
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There’s a sale going on at Brooks Brothers – and the number of American-made items is pretty impressive.
In the Black Fleece Men’s Collection, shirts are being offered as low as $58.50, ties at $37.50. (Shoes in this collection are not Made in America)Only a few women’s items are Made in USA, including a plaid button-down and a shirt dress.A large number of shirts in the regular collection are on sale, with 25% off when you buy 3.Multiple American-Made suits are 2 for $1699.Many of the Made-in-USA ties are “Buy one, get 50% off the second.”
We’ve just updated our post “22 Terrific Duffel Bags Made in the USA” with three beautiful new additions. Head on over to the full post to see all the USA-made choices.
This weekend we attended the American Field Pop-up Market in Boston for the fourth year in a row and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves all over again. We met some old friends, made some new ones and marveled at the wonderful array of Made-in-USA products.William Peebles of the Huntington Baseball Company creates wonderful handmade replicas of classic Baseball items.Minimalist glamour was on display at the Kendra Phillip jewelry booth.Aaron Jones of the Treason Toting Company brought a beautiful line of canvas and leather bagsThe guys from Throne Watches started by pairing handmade watch straps with vintage watches. Now they assemble their own watches in Brooklyn.Beth Shissler of Sea Bags of Maine had a fresh collection of bags made from recycled sails.Ian Schon of Schon Dsgn (not a typo) displayed his beautifully machined pens.Nils Wessel of Brooklyn Butcher Block brought some beautiful examples of his work, including cutting boards with iPad stands.Owen Shea from Brothers Artisan Oil was introducing a whole new line of grooming products.We were amazed by the very reasonable prices on great-looking men’s tie clips, cuffs, pins and more at The Thrifty Gentleman.