Most J. Crew is made in China. It is unfortunate that there don't seem to be many valid Made in USA choices for the average guy. By valid I mean stylish, good fit, and affordable. I know I can buy stuff here in town, especially MiUSA hemp clothing for reasonable prices, but the fit is awful, and the stuff is not durable. I sometimes feel bad about buying stuff made in China but at the same time, I'm going to wear this stuff for a long time, it's going to basically hold up for a while, and it's what I can afford. I have really been trying to buy things only made in USA, Canada, Italy, etc. recently and although I don't have a ton of cash to throw around, it's not as difficult as I imagined. Pea coats have ironically been my first road block, but only because Sterlingwear is backordered in size 36R/L for all of their coats in navy. Fortunately for me, my school has a tailor in their military shop who does work for the corps and the marching band, so I don't think a pea coat is out of his ability. I guess I will try to grab a vintage one off of ebay.