The five companies have said they use US-grown cotton and manufacture in America.
Red Land Cotton owner by the Yeager family has been farming in Alabama for three generations. Now they are taking their best upland cotton and turning it into luxury linens. Their bed sheets and other home linens are crafted after heirloom lines and are manufactured with the farm’s finest cotton in the southern US.
The century + year-old Round House still supplies jeans, overalls and other work wear across the US. Named after the "round house" railroad repair station, the brand of jeans and overalls over time became a favourite among rail workers due to its ruggedness and affordability. The brand has been marketed in various stores, including J.C. Penney.
Raw Materials Design offers a variety of 100 per cent cotton items, including aprons, table linens and organising totes. They may are not be made in Texas anymore but are still made in the US. Texas Jeans have been manufactured in the US since 1979. Now located in North Carolina, all its components from the fabric, thread, buttons and zippers are made from vendors in the US.
Lawson Nickol was a sales manager for a U.S. jeans manufacturer. But he discovered his company’s jeans were made in Mexico. His nationalistic fervour gave birth to the All American Clothing Co. that produces high-quality clothing in the US at an affordable price.