From Wynne, Arkansas come handsome chukka boots pieced and sewn of Horween Utica leather uppers, soft enough to evoke a pair of smooth, fitted driving gloves. New York City is home to the manufacturer of a celebrated leather jacket, pressed into service long ago for the American military but still on active duty wherever circumstances demand ruggedly handsome comfort. Men’s socks—warm and durable, knitted of soft merino wool or cotton blends—hail from our home state of Vermont, where we know a thing or two about protection from the elements. An exquisite leather satchel reflecting unparalleled attention to design and detail comes complete with a Moon Pie, thrown in by the company founder for good measure; it all happens in a town in Tennessee with a population under 400.
These products are not quaint or precious. They aren’t sourced from an artisan in the far reaches of Europe, nor from anonymous factories overseas. But they stand up to the competition abroad any day of the week. The goods on these pages, classic and rare, are the product of American labor and creativity, and Orvis is proud to bring them to you here. Choose a beautifully tailored dress shirt from Gitman, a Pennsylvania company in the business of making high quality garments to rival all the rest. Fall River, Massachusetts is home to one of the last surviving American millineries; you can find its hats here, in a style appropriate for the season. Our partners at Wolverine have been in the business of manufacturing superior quality shoes and boots for just over a century. And our Gokey facility in Tipton, Missouri turns out familiar shoes, boots, and luggage of enduring quality to use and use, and then hand to the next generation. You’ll find these products and more, born in big cities and small towns, from sea to shining sea.
Buying American is good business, and it’s just plain good: Orvis invites you inside to shop for impeccable products made in the USA.
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“If we are to benefit from the use of our natural resources, we must be willing to act to preserve them.”
– Perk Perkins, Chief Executive Officer, The Orvis Company