We are compiling an ever growing list of work boot manufacturers & brands, which might include large corporations, local companies or individuals.
There are currently 13 businesses in this list, which might include footwear made from goods & materials 100% produced here in America, but some may also contain a percentage sourced outside the United States.
Made in USA Footwear manufactured in their Martinsburg, PA facility. At Carolina, their goal is to provide working people with footwear that is 100% effective. They understand the differences in job requirements, so they design and build footwear to accommodate those differences, using industry-specific designs and sophisticated construction techniques to combine carefully chosen materials with state-of-the-art, patented technologies.
Their U.S. made boots still have the "Handcrafted in the USA" labels as homage to the men and women that have built the Chippewa brand. As one of the oldest outdoor footwear brands in the world, Chippewa Boots will continue to provide overachievers everywhere with authentic and dependable classic high-quality footwear made to withstand countless adventures for years to come.
They are a company of craftsmen skilled in the art of footwear. Rooted in the Pacific Northwest, they strive each day to uphold themselves to the highest standards.
For over 50 years, Double-H Boots has redefined extraordinary, crafting innovative work western and dress styles designed for today’s new breed of hardworking men and women on the millions of farms, fields and ranches across America.
Founded in 2009 in Austin, Texas, HELM is dedicated to classic style with a versatile, modern perspective. Helm's casual & work boots and shoes are produced and sourced in U.S. facilities, making them 100% made in the USA.
Justin Boot Company has been handcrafting western footwear in the U.S. since 1879, and they take great pride in the character of our superior craftsmanship.
Avaliable in over 80 styles, including, engineer, mountaineer, loggers, highlander, utility, ropers & more.
The Red Wing Shoe brand is primarily handmade in the USA with American materials at the company's plants in Potosi, Missouri and a plant in Red Wing, Minnesota. In addition to manufacturing footwear under their own name, Red Wing Shoes also manufactures shoes under the Irish Setter Boots, Vasque, Carhartt (discontinued in 2011), and Worx brands. There are six sources of manufacture: completely made in the USA, made in the USA with imported materials, assembled in the USA with imported components, made in China, made in Korea and made in Vietnam.
Red Wing Shoes manufactures many of their styles with steel, non-metallic, and aluminum safety toes and offers puncture-resistant options that meet the ASTM F 2413-11 standard. Red Wing Shoes also produces footwear that is static-dissipative in order to control the amount of electrical discharge from the body and electrical hazard in order to provide extra protection from accidental contact with electrically energized objects.
Timberland LLC is an American manufacturer and retailer of outdoors wear with a focus on footwear. It is owned by VF Corporation. Timberland’s corporate headquarters are located in Stratham, New Hampshire and also operates from offices in other parts of the world. Horween Leather Company supplies leather shells for footwear to the Timberland Company.
These men's boots feature rugged Timberland styling, plus a few extra inches. Built here in the USA to be completely waterproof and full of traction, these leather boots have the hard-wearing good looks your closet is missing.
Weinbrenner Shoe Company, a leading U.S. manufacturer and distributor of men's and women's footwear for uniform, work, safety, fire and outdoor sports. The Weinbrenner Shoe Company is employee-owned; unique in the footwear industry. Their domestic product originates from their manufacturing plants in northcentral Wisconsin (USA) and is managed in partnership with members of local labor unions. For generations, these trained union craftsmen have been dedicated to making the highest quality, most comfortable boots and shoes around.
Available in 63 styles, including, uniform, postal, wildland, oil-rigger & more.
Wesco boots are built in their own factory, in Scappoose, Oregon. Every boot is made from top quality, full grain leather. The integrity of materials used throughout their boot building process is above reproach—steel is used where another boot maker might use plastic—leather is always used instead of cork. Their dedicated Wesco bootmakers work as a team, hand-to-hand, in a 155 step-by-step process that requires skill, strength, and discipline.
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