Mitscoots: Made in America, from the very beginning

Mitscoots: Made in America, from the very beginning

July 03, 2018

At Mitscoots, we’re committed to manufacturing every single one of our products, from socks to t-shirts to hats, in America.





Ever used one of our backpacks? You can thank the great state of Pennsylvania.


Own a pair of our signature socks? Straight out of North Carolina. 

 

In many ways, it would be easier to outsource our manufacturing internationally, but we believe the products you purchase should be made with the highest standards of transparency and excellence. Plus, as you may have noticed, the U.S. is dealing with a lot of problems right now. Political divisions. Economic struggles. Fear and uncertainty. We want to do our part to create a positive change, and we believe improvements need to start in our own backyard. American workers are capable, creative, and talented—that’s why we proudly plan to continue making our products right here, at home.


Check out where all of our products are made:


  • Socks - North Carolina
  • Hats and Visors - Texas
  • Beanies and Scarves - New Jersey
  • Shirts and Tanks - California
  • Blankets - Main and Pennsylvania
  • Backpacks, Duffles, and Totes- Pennsylvania
  • Bandanas - North Carolina
  • Gloves - New York

 



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