Overalls Made in the USA

Overalls are essential for farmers, handymen, and those who simply enjoy DIY projects. However, finding overalls that are made in the USA is like searching for a needle in a haystack. Fortunately, we’ve located a few quality brands that use 100% US manufacturing and materials sourcing. Below, you’ll find our complete list and extensive details about each product. For all of our research, scroll to the bottom of the article, and you’ll see some well-known brands that aren’t made in the USA.

Complete List of Overall Brands Made in the USA

1620 Workwear

Headquarters: Amesbury, MA

States manufacturing in: MA

1620 is an American workwear manufacturer that is producing some of the strongest overalls, pants, work shirts, and other apparel on the market. They have overalls and coveralls that are super popular no matter what industry you work in. They have a straight leg and boot cut fit with fleece lining, heavy-duty hardware, and incredibly durable fabric. Pick up a pair, and you won’t regret it.

Benchmark FR

Headquarters: Santa Ana, CA

States manufacturing in: CA

While not technically overalls, Benchmark FR makes great pairs of flame-resistant coveralls for American workers. So, if you need a pair of coveralls to keep you safe and protected on the job, definitely give them a look.

Round House Jeans

Headquarters: Shawnee, OK

States manufacturing in: OK

Founded in 1903 in Shawnee, Oklahoma, Round House got its name from “round house” railway repair stations.

Round House Cotton USA Overalls combine the great fit of a pair of jeans with the protection and comfort of a pair of overalls. They feature a proportion-fitting bib and shield back, EZ hook slot-lock loops on the suspenders, button side entry, and a zipper fly. A hammer loop, ruler pocket, and pliers’ pocket on the legs provide functionality.

Carpenter overalls are hard to find, let alone those made in the USA. However, Round House Carpenter Bib Overalls have almost everything you could want. They were designed by actual carpenters, so they have special features such as a removable apron for nails, pencils, etc., plus two hammer loops. They also have a 5-in-1 bib pocket and a zipper fly.


Headquarters: Pella, IA

States manufacturing in: IA

Pella is mainly known for its windows. However, Pella Products has a division called Pella Vet, which has been offering veterinary apparel and supplies for more than half a century.

Although the Pella Men’s Navy Twill Bib Overalls were designed for veterinarians, they could be a great option even if the work you do doesn’t involve animals.

These unlined overalls are 65% polyester and 35% cotton, so they won’t shrink and they never need ironing.

Their full-cut design is ideal for freedom of movement. They also have adjustable, elasticized suspenders and a two-way brass zipper with a snap closure at the top.

If pockets are a priority, Pella Navy Twill Overalls have them – six of them to be exact, including two deep, roomy front pockets, two hip pockets, and two breast pockets (one with a zipper closure and the other with a pencil/thermometer slot).

Pella Women’s Navy Twill Bib Overalls are real working overalls. They are sized for women, but otherwise, these are the same as the men’s overalls – including the functional pockets, which are difficult to find in any kind of women’s apparel.

L.C. King

Headquarters: Bristol, TN

States manufacturing in: TN

L.C. King Manufacturing Company, based in Bristol, Tennessee, was founded there in 1913. It has been owned and operated by the same family from the beginning.

L.C. King’s Denim High Back Overalls combine comfort, functionality, and durability. They are made from thick, 100% cotton and are triple-stitched. These full-cut overalls also have deep pockets. Features include a zippered bib, rust-proof fasteners and buttons, a watch pocket, a hammer loop, and an accessory pocket for rulers, pliers, or a cell phone. The shoulder straps are super easy to adjust even when you already have your overalls clasped.

Zace USA

Headquarters: Columbus, OH

States manufacturing in: CAOH

Zace USA makes a great pair of Heritage Overalls for both men and women. They come in a variety of colors and will stand up to just about any job you put them through. The overalls are made from 100% cotton 12-oz denim and have a total of 11 pockets.

How To Find Overalls Made in the USA

Buying overalls made in the USA is a great way to ensure you are buying quality products that are sustainably and ethically sourced. The USA has strict regulations when it comes to manufacturing, which includes worker health and safety and environmental considerations. As well as the industry benefits, buying USA-made overalls supports local jobs and businesses and ensures your product is made to a high standard.

Here are some great ways to find American made overalls.

What Does “Made in the USA” Mean?

Let’s define what “made in the USA” means for products. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) protects the “made in the USA” label. For products to qualify as “made in the USA,” the product must be “all or virtually all” made in the USA. This means everything must take place in the United States – from sourcing raw materials to the actual manufacturing and assembly of the product.

Check out our “made in the USA” labeling guide to learn more about this.


Finding overalls made in the USA can be done by researching the materials used in the products you plan to purchase. Understanding the materials and the sources of the materials can aid in your search for your perfect pair of made-in-the-USA overalls!


The most widely used material for clothing is cotton. Cotton is used for overalls in the form of denim, chino, corduroy, and more. This material is widely used as it is both durable and versatile.

The USA is the third-largest cotton producer in the world. Because of its large cotton production, finding cotton grown and made in the USA should be fairly easy. Cotton is a 21 billion dollar industry in the USA, so finding products made with American cotton should be more manageable compared to other materials such as polyester, linen, and wool. Although the USA produces a lot of cotton, keep in mind that China and India are still the largest cotton producers. Therefore, it is worth checking the labels on any products to ensure you purchase a product made with US-sourced cotton. But more on this is below!


Linen is the world’s strongest natural fiber – stronger even than cotton. It is also an incredibly breathable material, making it a popular fiber choice for overalls.

Linen is made from flax yarn. Although Italy and Tunisia are major manufacturers in the flax yarn industry, China still ranks first in flax yarn exports worldwide. There are thousands of years of history of flax in China, which also has the largest linen manufacturing plant in the world. Unfortunately, no comparable flax yarn or linen industries exist in the USA. This means that if you want overalls made from linen, you will most likely need to settle for imported materials.


Polyester is a popular material you can find in overalls. It is a manufactured synthetic fiber often used as a blend of cotton and other materials.

Like many other fabrics, polyester is mainly produced in China, which is unsurprisingly the leading polyester producer. Fortunately, the United States also produces polyester and ranks third in the world. In fact, Eastman Chemical Company and William Barnet & Son are companies in the United States that are in the top 10 polyester-producing companies worldwide. So finding US-made polyester should not be too difficult.


Wool is used for thicker and more durable overalls that can also be worn in the winter. Most wool overalls will be made using a wool and polyester blend. The polyester helps to keep the shape, as using wool alone would lead to shrinkage and distortion.

The United States produces around 17% of the world’s wool, coming in third only to China and Australia. While not number one, the United States still produces a significant amount of wool. Therefore, it should be easy enough to find locally sourced wool in overalls, albeit more challenging to find than its cotton alternative.


The next step in finding US-made overalls is to look at the label. The Textile Fiber Products Identification Act helps you understand where products are made. This Act forces companies to be transparent about the percentage of fiber material used and the country of origin as well. Title 19 Chapter 4 Section 1304 of the United States Code also states that products made abroad must be labeled as such. These two laws are a huge help when looking for US-made overalls.

When looking for US-made overalls, you should look specifically for the “made in the USA” label. However, be aware that some companies may use tricky phrases and words in their labels, which may lead you to think that their products are made in the USA. For example, labels like “manufactured in the USA” and “designed in the USA” mean that only a part of the manufacturing process actually takes place in the United States. Or labels like “made in America” or “made in the USA with imported materials” may also be used to confuse you. But none of these labels are the same as the FTC-protected “made in the USA” label.

Although the “made in the USA” label is protected, understand that there is no pre-approval process. It is entirely up to the companies to determine whether or not their products meet the requirements to use the “made in the USA” label. As a consumer, you are responsible for reporting any false usage of the label.

Other Tips

Here are some more tips to help you find overalls made in the USA.

Don’t Let The American Flag Fool You

Using the American flag on a label does not necessarily mean that the product is made in the USA. The usage of the American flag on the product is not protected, unlike the “made in the USA” label. Therefore, you must use your discretion to determine whether the product is genuinely from the USA or imported.

Check the Website

Companies are not required to state the country of origin on their online or promotional materials. Only the physical product itself must be labeled. Therefore, if the company does not list the product’s country of origin on its website, it is safe to assume that it is made overseas.

If the product is made in the USA, this is a huge selling point for the company, so you should be able to see this information clearly on the company’s website. By checking the website’s About Us page or the product page, you should be able to find all the information that you need.

Call the Company

If you are still unsure of where the overalls you are interested in are made from, call the company. The helpful customer service team should be able to answer your questions!

Overalls Not Made in the USA

Here are some popular brands that are not made in the USA. We’ll keep adding to this list over time as we find more.

  • Filson – The Mackinaw wool used in their overalls is milled from Pendleton, a US-based company. Some of the wool is sourced from the US, but the rest is from northern Canada and New Zealand.
  • Carhartt – The company still makes some of its products in the USA, but not its overalls. Carhartt has factories in China, Mexico, and other international locations.
  • Topps by Pinnacle USA – Their overalls are made from 100% US materials, but are assembled in the Dominican Republic.
  • Berne – Their overalls are manufactured in Bangladesh.

Related Research

About The Author



Kristen does research on everything you need to turn your house into a home. All made in the USA, of course. She also writes on behalf of Hodor, one of our lead pet product researchers and Chief Barketing Officers.