Made in Maine

Maine is such a beautiful state in our great nation. Known for it’s rocky coastline and lush woodlands, there’s a lot to do and see in the great coastal towns and state parks like Acadia National Park and Baxter State Park. Being a coastal state at the eastern most point of the United States, Maine has always been a big shipping port and had a focus on fisheries. Maine is also rich in manufacturing history though, particularly in products made from timber and textiles. The huge wooded areas of the state (around 85% of Maine is forested) make for a robust shipbuilding industry. Starting in the early 1800s, Maine also became a big textile manufacturing hub when a lot of cotton textile mills moved from Massachusetts to Maine. While a lot of that textile manufacturing has sadly faded overseas, Maine is still going strong in the industry, as you’ll see below with some of our favorite clothes and other items made in Maine.

Maine Made Products in Our Directory

Smith & Wesson

Sports and Outdoors

American Roots

Clothing

CHART Metalworks

Accessories

Dove Tail Bat Company

Sports and Outdoors

Easymoc

Shoes

Zootility

Tools and Work Equipment

Jack and Mary Designs

Accessories

Snow & Nealley

Tools and Work Equipment

Thos. Moser

Furniture

Waltzing Matilda USA

Accessories

StudPoP

Tools and Work Equipment

Lincoln Logs

Home Goods

Lie-Nielson Toolworks

Tools and Work Equipment

Chappell Universal Square and Rule

Tools and Work Equipment

Rogue Industries

Accessories

Flowfold

Accessories

Warmlite

Sports and Outdoors

Xuron

Tools and Work Equipment

Tom’s of Maine

Wellness

Sea Bags

Accessories

Planet Dog

Pets

Brahms Mount

Home Goods

Belted Cow

Accessories

Bates Mill Store

Home Goods

Maine Woolens

Home Goods

Origin

Clothing

Quoddy

Shoes

Helm Boots

Shoes

Eastland

Shoes

New Balance

Shoes

L.L. Bean

Shoes

Know of any other amazing Maine products that you want us to take a look at? Shoot us a message.


About The Author

Mike

Mike

Mike leads research on the team, writes, and manages the YouTube channel. He’s been buying products made in the USA for as long as he can remember. It’s in his blood, growing up working in American manufacturing.