I just learned that Wickers.com has closed up shop. So, if you’re looking for other men’s underwear that’s made in USA, read on.
If you’re curious as to what my favorite American made underwear are, jump down to the bottom.
Wickers Has Closed
Here’s the email exchange I had with a reader that helped me learn about their closing, and encouraged me to explore other Made in USA Men’s underwear brands.
Seems that the Wickers brand has closed up shop.
I found them while searching for a good quality American made underwear, as the Hanes products were wearing out in 6 months or less.
Now I have been using Wicker’s for several years now, so I recently decided to migrate from briefs to boxers.
Wickers website first said down for maintenance while they rework their product line, then more recently it just says that they are closed up for good.
I was very happy with the Wickers products.
I found your website while searching more about them to possibly find out what happened and what my alternates are. (other than buying and replacing hanes brand every 6 to 9 months.)
Men’s Underwear Made In USA
Good to hear from you buddy, and also thanks for stopping by and sending in your question.
I did not hear that Wickers was closing shop, but after receiving your email I did a little outreach to see if I could get any info on it.
Come to find out, the reason Wickers closed is pretty much because the founder decided to retire and didn’t want to struggle to keep the brand afloat.
All of the gear they had has consequently been cleared out to partners. So you still may be able to find some remaining on sites like Sierra Trading Post.
However, if you’re looking specifically at companies who make their underwear in America, then here’s a list of underwear brands that I found that are still making their underwear in the USA.
Men’s boxer briefs. Sold at ribbedtee.com
Blade and Blue
Slim cut men’s boxers, trunks, briefs, and low rise briefs. Sold at bladeandblue.com
Hemp & organic cotton boxer brief underwear. Sold at ilovebad.com
Be sure to check out the iLoveBad Hemp Boxer Brief Review too.
American made underwear briefs, boxer briefs, and boxers. Sold at bgreen.com
All American Clothing
Briefs, boxers, and boxer briefs for men. Sold at allamericanclothing.com
Men’s cotton boxers in an assortment of colors & patterns. Sold at billskhakis.com
Wool boxers, boxer briefs, and long john’s underwear. Sold at ramblersway.com
100% linen boxers for men. Available in 10+ colors. Sold at linoto.com
Men’s & boys briefs and boxer briefs. Four fabrics to choose from including organic cotton & dri-release. Each fabric is offered in 10+ colors. Sold at decentexposures.com
Men’s organic cotton boxer briefs with prints. Sold at thunderpantsusa.com
Men’s briefs, trunks, & boxer briefs. Available in black or white. Some made to order. Sold at nictailor.com
Men’s boxer briefs. Sold at madeherebrand.com
Men’s boxer briefs. Sold at swavapparel.com
Soft jersey boxers for boys. Sold at citythreads.com
Union House, Hard Hat, AYG
Men’s underwear briefs and boxer briefs. Sold at unionlabel.com
Men’s boxer briefs. Sold at jpmucklestone.com
Special Delivery NYC
Various styles of men’s underwear. Sold at specialdeliverynyc.com
More risque Men’s American Made Underwear Brands
GoSoftwear – exotic mens underwear – sold at gosoftwear.com
N2N – exotic mens underwear – sold at n2nbodywear.com
Male Power – exotic underwear – malepower.com
Ruff Skin – exotic mens underwear – rufskin.com
Freedom Reigns – various – sold at freedom-reigns.com
I can’t really say whether or not any of the above brands will offer something similar to what you purchased at Wickers, but you can poke around their sites to see if something looks interesting.
Also, check out my article about Made in USA Undershirts & T-Shirts that has additional American made brands.
My Favorite Underwear Made in USA
My favorite American made underwear are the RibbedTee G3 Boxer Briefs.
You can learn more about them here on the brand’s website.
If I can’t wear my G3 CoolNylon underwear for some odd reason, I’ll wear a couple other brands, but they’re not American-made.
For additional reference information, check out this link, which will pull up other articles on my site related to men’s underwear. There’s some good stuff there too (:
I also hope the above info helps out!!
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