- www.blackdiamondequipment.com – Their climbing hardware such as cams and carabiners were made in the USA, but manufacturing recently moved to Taiwan (as of Summer 2019). You can still find US made hardware on the shelves at the moment but that will soon change.
- www.bluewaterropes.com – Climbing ropes. I own and like their static ropes and webbing for canyoneering.
- www.cmigearusa.com – Climbing hardware such as belay devices, ascenders, carabiners, pulleys and more.
- www.e-grips.com – Climbing holds.
- www.evolvsports.com – Many of their climbing shoes are assembled in the USA.
- www.fishproducts.com – Craft manufactured portaledges, big wall accessories, slings, bags, and more.
- www.frictionlabs.com – Chalk.
Kendal Jackson Bags
- www.kendaljacksonbags.com – Chalk bags.
- www.kinetikclimbing.com – Crash pads and chalk bags.
- www.metoliusclimbing.com – Their cams, nuts, hexes, and harnesses are American made.
- www.mistymountain.com – Harnesses, packs and more, all made in the USA. I own and highly recommend the Cadillac harness.
New England Ropes (Maxim)
- www.maximdynamicropes.com – Climbing ropes.
- www.omegapac.com – Lots of their hardware is American made such as cams, wedgies, and some carabiners and belay devices.
- www.organicclimbing.com – Crash pads and bags.
- www.pmirope.com – Climbing ropes.
Seattle Manufacturing Corporation (SMC)
- www.rocknrescue.com – A wide variety of climbing and mountaineering hardware. One of the only US manufacturers for ice axes.
- www.sterlingrope.com – Climbing ropes and hardware. I own and like their dynamic ropes, webbing, ATS, VT Prusik, and cords.
- www.tufaclimbing.com – Ultralight, premium chalk bags and climbing packs.
Unparallel Sports (UP)
- www.unparallelsports.com – Climbing shoes. This brand is composed of many of the former 5.10 employee staff (including the designer Sang Lee) after Adidas bought out Five Ten and then cut staffing. Their climbing shoes are assembled in California.
- www.voodooclimbing.com – Climbing holds, crash pads and more.
- www.yatesgear.com – A variety of climbing gear largely focusing on professional rescue