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With entrepreneurial vision and determination, Hamilton and the next three generations of the Carhartt family established a brand that has stood the test of time.
Carhartt has global operations in the U.S., Mexico, and Europe. The company employs more than 2,200 American workers, 900 of whom are UFCW union members. Carhartt’s “Made in the USA” line is inspired by American workers and features some of the company’s most iconic garments. These products are made in four facilities located in Kentucky and Tennessee.
Over the past 15 years, Carhartt has produced more than 80 million garments and accessories in the U.S. The company also sources heavily from U.S. suppliers such as Mt. Vernon Mills in Georgia (fabric) and YKK Snap USA in Kentucky (snaps and buttons), among others.
Carhartt also owns and operates manufacturing and finishing facilities in Mexico, and its European headquarters is located in Amsterdam. In all, Carhartt employs more than 5,000 hardworking associates worldwide.
Carhartt. Outworking them all since 1889.
Work is tough, Key is tougher.
To meet the workwear clothing needs of farmers and ranchers who were toiling sunup to sundown on the eastern edge of America’s Great Plains, C. A. Lakin and Harry McKey established the Lakin-McKey Manufacturing Company in Fort Scott, Kansas in 1908.
Knowing the rugged lives these men endured, the two company founders built their first pair of bib overalls with heavy-duty denim and triple-needle stitched seams. But Lakin-McKey clothing was built to move easy, too, throughout long days on the plains. And it carried a price that hardworking men considered a fair deal.
While the name was later shortened to “Key,” the company’s reputation for longwearing quality, comfort and value grew – so much so that the brand became known as “The Nation’s Finest” work clothes.
Today, Key satisfies America’s need for tough clothing with Lakin McKey Trading and Tuf-Nut® apparel for men, women and children; Wolf Mountain® gear for hunters; Polar King® clothes for extreme conditions; and, of course, Key and Key FR (fire-resistant) workwear.
But while the names may be different and some styles newer, you’ll find the original values of C. A. Lakin and Harry McKey endure in every shirt, pant, jacket, overall or other piece of rugged clothing: Work is tough, Key is tougher.
The Original Muck® Boot Company story began in 1999 with the sole purpose of building the most comfortable, high-performance footwear on the market. The need for a more comfortable boot for use in messy and tough conditions led to the design of The Original Muck® Boot Company branded footwear.
Every boot in the line is expected to deliver the same 100% waterproof quality and comfort that inspired the original footwear. Over the last two decades, the line has grown to over 60 styles of rubber and leather footwear, all designed to stand up to tough conditions, whether on the farm, in the city, or in the great outdoors.
Today, the Muck® Boot Brand sets a standard of comfort and quality that goes beyond the expectations of customers around the world. Quickly establishing a strong and loyal customer base, the brand has become one of the fastest growing lines in the waterproof footwear market. All Muck® Boot products are 100% waterproof and backed by their 30 day hassle-free return guarantee.