Our American-made list is back and we're covering our favorite products we've seen this year. From trucks to beds and the first American-made watch movement in decades, there's whole lot to be excited about when it comes to products that bear the Made in USA stamp.
Stephen Kenn's Inheritance Collection Bed
The LA-based designer turned a lot of heads with his luxurious sofa pieces and now Kenn is taking his design skills into the bedroom with a steel, brass, and oak wood bed.
2017 Ford Raptor
Hitting dealerships this fall, Ford's newest Raptor gets an all-new aluminum body that is lighter than the previous generation. It also boasts a new 3.5L EcoBoost engine that is not only more efficient, but more powerful than the original's V8.
Prometheus Design Werx Watch Compass
You can count on your digital devices all you want, but nothing can beat an old fashioned compass when you need to get out of the woods. Prometheus Design Werx's Expedition Watch Band Compass modernizes the style with aluminum construction and a halo of high-visibility lume.
Outlier Ultrahigh Quadzip
The technical clothing brand recently debuted the Ultrahigh Quadzip ($298), an incredibly durable pack made from a lightweight Dyneema Composite that is said to be the world's strongest fiber.
Weiss American Issue Field Watch
Bound to be one of the biggest announcements in watchmaking this year, Weiss's American Issue Field Watch ($2,500) features the first US-made watch movement in decades.
DSPTCH Camera Bags
Camera bags don't have to shout the fact that they're hauling thousands upon thousands of dollars of equipment. DSPTCH's Camera Bags ($180-$295) keeps things low key in a functional bag design that's perfect for mirrorless shooters.
Zero Halliburton Vintage Carry-On
Zero's Vintage Carry-On ($1,200) brings back the styling from their history in military cases in a new hardshell crafted in aluminum in a stylish "khaki" coating.
You can always bet Grado has got something on the list. The Brooklyn company released their new GS2000e ($1,395) this year and not only does its maple and mahogany construction look incredible, but you can bet they sound pretty damn good too.
Icon GMC Jimmy
Does it get any more American than a GMC from the '70s with a 440-hp Corvette LS3 engine and a bison leather interior? Icon truly outdid themselves on this one.
Harley Davidson XG750R
After a 44 year absence, Harley Davidson brings back its flat-track motorcycle with the XG750R. The company will be racing the bikes competitively with no current plans for commercial release.