Now you don’t have to wear out any shoe leather finding American shoes


I know what you are thinking.  You’re thinking “what a beautiful shoe!”  And you are right to think that.  It is a beautiful shoe.  It’s an Allen Edmonds shoe made by members of our extended American family in Port Washington, Wisconsin.  I have done several posts on Allen Edmonds in the past.  But one does not live by Allen Edmonds alone.  That’s why I have done posts on Sloggers, Okabashi, and New Balance.  But my friends over at USA Love List have gone me one better.  Last week they put together a very complete list of all manufacturers still making shoes on our shores.  The next time you need a pair for shoes, I urge you to check out American shoe manufacturers such as those listed by USA Love List.

On a related note, for a limited time you can save a few clams on a pair of sneakers that will be truly a one of a kind.  New Balance is running a St. Patrick’s Day promotion on custom 993s


or 574s.


You’ll be able to design a truly unique pair of shoes that simply shouts YOU, you’ll save seven bucks and you’ll get free shipping.  Such a deal!


About Simply American LLC

I live in Seattle and love telling stories about Americans, the places where they work and the things that they make. I have just published a book, Simply American, encouraging Americans to purchase American made products; the book can be ordered at
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1 Response to Now you don’t have to wear out any shoe leather finding American shoes

  1. Marthafied says:

    Allen Edmonds… what a classic!

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