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Shoes made in america

Are you looking for shoes made in America? There are still several manufacturers of shoes made in America. One thing you will want to make sure of is the quality. Most of us find that we prefer a certain manufacturer of shoes, but you can’t always find them in the stores. When searching for shoes made in America you will want to search online for shops that have your brand of shoe. This will save your time in your search for shoes made in America as you will be finding a store online or just buying directly online. Below are a few manufacturers of shoes in America.

Hampton shoe and repair, Footwear Etc., SAS factory outlet malls, and Chippewa boots and shoes are just a few of the shoe manufacturers in the USA and America. Depending on the type of shoes you are searching for you may need to look at all of these stores and a few more. You will find that Hampton shoe and repair generally sells work boots. These shoes made in America work well for those who are in mining, construction, factories and other jobs were you will require safety in a shoe. They will also repair old shoes if you have a comfortable pair you just don’t want to get rid of. Shoes made in America offer high quality and jobs for those who live in the USA.

SAS factory outlet malls are another place to find great shoes for a good price. Most of the time we worry about finding footwear for a decent cost. Places such as payless mostly sell products not made in America. There again you are going to find sales and great prices, but the shoes tend to wear out after a year of constant use. When you find shoes made in America at SAS you will find they do wear out, but it takes a little longer, they can be repaired, and the cost is not extravagant for a pair of new shoes. They sell many different styles of shoes from work shoes, dress shoes, tennis shoes, and even work boots. The downside to SAS factory outlet malls is the lack of shops across the USA. Most often you will have to go online to find a shop nearest you, and a lot of them are going to be located in the southern USA. Luckily when we search for shoes made in America we can use the internet for our purchases.


November 12, 2007 - Posted by | Blogroll


  1. I agree that we need to be supporting the American economy by purchasing American made goods. Let’s put the “right foot forward” in our economic recovery efforts by purchasing American made shoes.

    New Balance makes 25% of their shoes in the United States. Red Wing Shoes is another manufacture located in Minnesota.

    For more American made shoes, check out

    Comment by Matthew | July 23, 2008 | Reply

  2. These are the best shoes that I have ever owned. I am a over-pronator and need the right shoes. I have used many but have found these shoes to be the best for me. I wear a B width and New Balance is the only company that offers a complete line of widths in all of their shoes. Kudos to New Balance.

    Comment by Takumi | August 2, 2008 | Reply

  3. Yes, I think we should all be buying American made products as much as possible in these times — to help save American jobs.

    For women, there are a couple of shoe manufacturers in the U.S. – Munro and Magdesians. They both make casual and dressy shoes in a variety of sizes and widths for a good fit and comfort. Yes, they are more expensive but your feet are worth it.

    Comment by JoAnn | December 7, 2008 | Reply

  4. I’m glad I found this page. All my online buddies are against slave labor and all our work being sent overseas. I’m going to email them about this site. It’s time that those of us who are FOR AMERICA, PUT OUR MONEY WHERE OUR MOUTH IS!

    Comment by Sharon OBar | January 8, 2009 | Reply

  5. Also Sbicca…nice people, comfy shoes.

    Comment by Lisa | May 12, 2009 | Reply

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