If you’re looking for camouflage hunting clothes that are proudly made in the USA then you’ve found the right place. Here I’ve researched and compiled a directory to American made camo clothing brands sorted in an unbiased alphabetical order.
American Made Hunting Clothes
Ball and Buck
When I see Ball and Buck apparel I’m reminded of fond memories of hunting pheasants with my Dad and brother as a kid. They craft classic clothing in the USA inspired by Americana and upland bird hunting. You can view a video about their story here. Where to find them:
Filson has been around since long before your grandparents. They were established in Seattle, Washington in 1897; back then outfitting Alaskan gold rushers. Much of their waxed canvas hunting outerwear, gun bags, tin cloth packer hats, and duffels are made in the USA to this day. Unfortunately many other Filson products are now being made overseas. Where to find them:
FORLOH is a relatively new brand out of Whitefish, Montana that brings true innovation to hunting apparel. They use the latest outdoor clothing technology to craft top quality hunting apparel 100% made in the USA. Here are a few examples of the cool tech they offer with great in house camo designs: hydrophobic dry down jackets, sonic perf-welding construction, waterproof soft-shell jackets and pants, cooling fabrics originally from the medical industry, and NASA heat reflective insulating fabrics.
I own a FORLOH AllClima Stretch Woven jacket, Stretch Woven pants, Airalite Rain jacket & pants, and a Deep Space Half-Zip thermal shirt. Compared to even the most expensive apparel from Kuiu or Sitka, FORLOH’s quality is as good as it gets. I believe FORLOH is the brand many hunters like myself have been waiting for. Where to find them:
U.S. Military Surplus
Some of the best deals on quality camo made in the USA are found with US military surplus. In fact, before getting into FORLOH camo, my past hunting camo was mostly USGI multicam aka OCP. I’ve stalked plenty of elk and mule deer wearing milsurp camo. The best place I’ve found for US military surplus is Sportsman’s Guide. Much of it’s new and never issued. Where to find it:
My personal recommendations for the top ten EDC folding knives made in the USA. If you’re looking for men’s gift ideas, this isn’t a bad place to start.
Only our favorite gear, the top American made equipment that earns our Editor’s Choice and Best Buy Awards.
Find the most reliable, best engineered flashlights available.
My search for the best American-made phone cases and screen protectors has ended in success. Here are the results.
Here you’ll find a lineup of the best headlamps made in the USA for camping, backpacking, running, hiking, biking, fishing, and all things in the dark.
Find the highest quality survival preparation equipment to take on any emergency.
Want the best hiking, backpacking, or work boots made in the USA for Men and Women? Here they are!
Recommendations to find the best American made axes.
Looking for the top sunglasses made in the USA? You’ve come to the right place.
Discover the best sleeping bags in the world, which happen to be made in Seattle, WA and San Jose, CA, USA.
The top performing water filters for backpacking and international travel.
Nothing but the lightest, the comfiest, and the most durable camping mattresses available.
If you ever want to purchase ANYTHING from Amazon, REI.com, Cabela’s, or Sportsman’s Warehouse… even for dog food or toothpaste, then you can help me without costing you a single penny. If you use my links to make a purchase within 24 hrs then I will receive a tiny credit that will help my site pay its dues and continue running. So all I ask is that if you find the free info here useful and you need to make a purchase at Amazon, REI, etc. then please use the links on this site. This costs you nothing extra but will help provide myself and this website a dollar or two to help keep on trucking.
You can bookmark the following sites and each time you purchase something it will help American Gear Guide in a small but significant way. Bookmarkable links: Amazon, REI.com, Cabela’s, or Sportsman’s Warehouse.