If you’re looking specifically at companies who make their underwear in America, you’ve come to the right place! Here’s a list of quality underwear brands I found that are not only making great products but also creating jobs and supporting families here in the USA.
Curious as to what my favorite American-made underwear are? Jump down to the bottom.
All American Clothing
All American Clothing’s mission is to support families in the USA by creating a company that produces high-quality, affordable clothing. They offer briefs and boxer briefs for men.
Where to buy: allamericanclothing.com
iLoveBad (an acronym for Bridging All Differences) specializes in organic hemp clothing, including hemp and organic cotton boxer briefs for men. Their choice to operate in the US enables them to maintain fair labor practices and high-quality craftsmanship and cleanliness.
Where to buy: ilovebad.com
Be sure to check out my iLoveBad Hemp Boxer Brief Review too.
Majamas is “committed to making beautiful eco-friendly clothing that doesn’t destroy our beautiful planet”. All clothing and underwear are made in the USA with recycled and reclaimed materials. Shop organic cotton boxers and boxer briefs for men.
MRibbedTee’s G3 Men’s boxer briefs are a made in the USA cult-favorite. Built with lightweight cool nylon, spandex and added stretch, wearing this underwear will feel like you’re going commando — but way better.
Where to buy: ribbedtee.com
This newer made in America brand was founded by a United States Veteran on a mission to create luxury underwear that’s designed for an active lifestyle and supports men of all sizes.
Where to buy: mangatalifestyle.com
Blade and Blue
Choose from a great selection of slim-cut men’s boxers, trunks, briefs and low-rise briefs.
Where to buy: bladeandblue.com
O’Connell’s has been around since 1959. The brand is very well-regarded, and still makes old-school, traditional fit boxers in a variety of colors and patterns. One reader wrote in and said the American-made boxers from O’Connell’s will “last forever”.
Where to buy: oconnellsclothing.com
BGreen takes pride in committing to domestic manufacturing, offering their employees living wages, healthcare and benefits while running a zero-waste factory. BGreen carries men’s boxers, briefs, boxer briefs and long underwear.
Where to buy: bgreen.com
This American brand celebrates U.S. heritage with a wide assortment of men’s cotton boxers in a big variety of colors and patterns.
Where to buy: billskhakis.com
Based in Maine, Ramblers Way makes high-quality clothing and undergarments that are “grown and sewn” in the USA. For men, choose from wool boxers, boxer briefs and long john’s underwear.
Where to buy: ramblersway.com
If you’re a big fan of linen, check out Linoto. They make 100% linen boxers for men and have tons of other linen products for your home, too. Boxers are available in 10+ colors.
Where to buy: linoto.com
Decent Exposures is primarily a women’s brand, but they also make mens’ and boys’ briefs and boxer briefs. There are four fabrics to choose from including organic cotton & dri-release. Each fabric is offered in 10+ colors.
Where to buy: decentexposures.com
Excellent variety. Culprit sells made in USA men’s boxer briefs, shorts and even swim trunks that are available in multiple colors and prints.
Where to buy: culpritunderwear.com
This popular men’s brand makes custom luxurious underwear to offer the best fit and feel for any and all body types. Choose from men’s briefs, trunks and boxer briefs.
Where to buy: nictailor.com
100% American manufacturing and American employees. Made Here makes a variety of apparel, accessories and underwear for men and women. Shop soft and comfortable men’s boxer briefs in a wide size range.
Where to buy: madeherebrand.com
SWAV specializes in men’s underwear designed for sports and performance, as well as travel. Their main mission is to design, develop and produce the most comfortable men’s underwear right in America.
Where to buy: swavapparel.com
Union Label sells all things made in the USA. They’ve been in business since the 90s, and are Veteran-owned and women-owned. Choose from men’s underwear briefs and boxer briefs.
Where to buy: unionlabel.com
Take a look at their assortment of men’s boxer briefs, made from a modal/lycra blend. JP Mucklestone products are designed and manufactured in Portland, Oregon.
Where to buy: jpmucklestone.com
More Risque Men’s American Made Underwear Brands
If you’re looking for more exotic men’s underwear brands that are made in the USA, check out these picks:
- GoSoftwear: sold at gosoftwear.com
- N2N: sold at n2nbodywear.com
- Male Power: sold at malepower.com
- Ruff Skin: sold at rufskin.com
Also, check out my article about Made in USA Undershirts & T-Shirts that has additional American made brands.
Wickers Underwear: Out of Business
Unfortunately, the made in USA men’s underwear brand Wickers has closed. Here’s the email exchange that inspired me to write this article and start my quest for 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.)
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.
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 (:
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