It seems the number of "Made in the U.S.A." businesses has increased recently (especially from the apparel industry) and we are introduced to them thanks to blogs like Fuck Yeah Made in USA. However, I am curious how many of those businesses actually integrate manufacturing, branding, and distribution by themselves--in other words, bypass the middleman and straight to customers. I am compiling the list of companies based in the Southeast (because that's where I live) that manufacture their own products and sell them by themselves, primarily through e-commerce of their own websites. For this reason, I disregarded the companies like Raleigh Denim which makes great products but still distribute them through brick and mortar shops like Barneys. I was able to come up with the following short list through sources like Garden and Gun, but would like to add some more. I'm open for any businesses and it doesn't have to be a clothing company. Any suggestion gentlemen? (*I initially posted this thread on the General Chat but "moved" it here after FLMountainMan's suggestion.) Strong Boalt http://strongboalt.com/ Palm Beach, FL -swim shorts Makr Carry Goods http://makr.com/ Winter Park, FL -leather goods Lumina Clothing http://luminaclothing.com Raleigh, NC -shirts & tie Baltz Fine Writing Instrument http://baltzpens.com Raleigh, NC -pen Peter Nappi http://peternappi.com Nashville, TN -shoes imogene + willie http://www.imogeneandwillie.com/ Nashville, TN -denim Pointer Brand http://www.pointerbrand.com/ Nashville, TN -denim Hugh and Crye http://www.hughandcrye.com/ Washington, DC (*technically not Southeast, but what the hack) -shirts P.S. Does anybody know where Dapper Classics is based? The review by Put This On describes their socks are made in North Carolina by a third-generation mill but I wonder if that means the business itself is based in NC. The website only states it's made in USA.