Made in the U.S.A. Monday- All American Clothing Company

I’ve always been a big believer of buying things made in America. Every car I have ever owned was built here and every vehicle I will ever own will likely be as well. Some people will go on and on with economic theories about global labor markets and how the American workforce is changing, but the only thing I see is less people working for lower wages. Call me simple, but if we started buying more things made here then those companies would grow and hire more workers, those workers would pay more in income tax and I don’t see any downside in that. 

That’s not to say that you should buy something over priced or poorly made just because it has an american flag label on it. At this site we are about quality and value and any item featured here will be competitive with its imported counter parts. I will also try to recommend products that I have a personal experience with, items that I own and use. 

About three years ago I decided to see if it was possible to buy all of my clothes from American made companies. While I have not been one entirely successful I have made some strides. I have made my greatest improvement in the jeans category. I would say about 60 percent of my jeans are made here, to be specific made in Ohio by the All American Clothing Company.

In a clothing market that in 97% foreign made. Think about that for a second, that is not a typo. In a market that is 97% foreign made the All American Clothing Company is an amazing success story. I found their website was easy to use and navigate. The jeans and shirts I ordered shipped quickly, they were neatly packaged, and  fit well. Fit is always a concern when you order clothes online. I would suggest that you really pay attention on this point. If you have any concerns or question I would contact the seller. Better to do a little extra leg room before hand to avoid buying clothes that are too tight or too baggy and have to be exchanged.

Most of their jeans cost around $50.00 which I would say is right in the middle of the pricing spectrum. Sure you could find jeans that are selling for $30.00 but I doubt they wouldn’t be as well made as these. You could also just as easily find jeans that sell for $100.00 that are similar in quality to this brand. I own about six pairs of varying cuts and styles of their jeans and I have to say that they hold up just as well if not better then their foreign made counter parts. The only reason that I don’t buy all of my jeans from the All American Clothing Company is selection. They have several styles, but I prefer two or three of their cuts and I don’t want to buy 3 or 4 pairs of the exact same jeans.

So if your looking for some new outfits I would suggest you click on over and check out the selection over at the All American Clothing Company and if you do make a purchase please share your experience with me I would love to hear about it. 

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