My t-shirt is made in Honduras.... which is sad because it's an Army National Guard shirt.
Shirt(FTL) = El Salvador
Briefs(FTL)= El Salvador
My Carhartt work clothes are proudly American Made tho (mostly).
The brand has always thrived on the ideal of a hard working American laborer, and has been proud of its Made in America by Textile union shops, but due to competitions from other apparel manufacturers and pressure to drive down prices, many of its non-core apparel items have been increasingly outsourced abroad. Carhartt continues to own and operate unionized cutting, sewing and distribution centers in the United States and Mexico, and offers a "Union-Made in USA" line of workwear through its retailers, but items like t-shirts, knit caps, and even some lower priced items such as chore coats have been increasingly seen with labels from a foreign county though most feature American-made fabrics and components. Carhartt has stated that its international suppliers must have Worldwide Responsible Apparel Production certification.
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