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Must-Have Clothes For an All-American Summer

Summer is almost here and it brings hot weather, family vacations, outdoor adventures, and barbeques. Get the clothes that match the season to be comfortable anywhere you go during these long, sunny days.

All American Clothes for Summer


Here are our favorite All-American summer clothes that feel lightweight and look good:


tee shirtShort-Sleeve V-Neck T-Shirt

For a classic look with a collar style that gives you a little more ventilation, go for our short-sleeve V-neck t-shirt. Made with 100% fine jersey cotton, this tee comes in white, black, navy, or heather grey. You can wear it anywhere, with anything – it’s a staple for summer or any season.







Cargo Shorts

Cargo Shorts

You’ll live in these shorts all weekend. Made from premium fabric that’s both breathable and sturdy, our cargo shorts can be worn to the park or a backyard party. They feature six pockets, giving you plenty of storage space for everything from your keys and phone to kids toys and bags of peanuts at baseball games.





Flag Tee

Distressed Flag Tee

Made with our super-soft fine jersey, this t-shirt is incredibly comfortable and will keep you cool when temperatures hit their peak. The distressed flag design also makes it the perfect shirt to wear on summer holidays like Memorial Day and 4th of July.





Ombre Tank

Women’s Micro-Jersey Ombre Dyed Tank

Airy with a flattering drape, this relaxed tank is cut in a loose silhouette with a deep scoop neck and rounded hem. The tank is made with a blend of Supima cotton and MicroModal®, then finished with a proprietary treatment process to create Eco-Hybrid™, “The Finest Eco-Cotton Blend on Earth.” It’s heavenly soft and comes in three summery ombre colors: melon, sky, and camo.






Strapless Hi-Low Dress

This hi-low dress is also made with Eco-Hybrid™ Micro Jersey, which means it’s feather-light and breathable. Strapless and cinched at the waist, the style can be either dressy or casual and would fit in on the beach or at a wedding.






flip flop

Men’s Surf Flip Flop

Ditch the socks and shoes. Summer means sandals. Our Surf flip flop is ultra-comfortable with better arch support than your favorite sneakers. The flip flop features a massaging insole, ergonomic foot-bed, and waterproof sole. It’s made with a signature microplast material that’s anti-slip, anti-odor, and vegan friendly.





flip flopsWomen’s Indigo Flip Flop

Our Indigo flip flop is also made with the premium microplast material, which eliminates odor, bacteria, and slipping. Durable, woven fabric straps with soft neoprene backing and an ergonomic foot-bed make this two-piece sandal comfortable enough to wear every day of summer. The flip flop comes in four bright colors: coral, aqua, mint, and stripe.


Looking for more threads to beat the heat? Check out our full selection of summer clothing.






49 thoughts on “Must-Have Clothes For an All-American Summer

    1. Would like to see some blue jeans for beer bellied old men. I want American made. Also need in between sizes as 47 31. Meaning I really used to be 29 31 pants blue jeans. So where are the old and bent. Last of Vietnam Nam Veterans, in our 70’s to early 80’s, we still like our denim.

      1. My husband also needs a 44 x 31 length. They are hard to come by. And my grandson a 26 x 28 size. Please don’t say he can shop in boys department he is 18 just never got his dads height.

  1. I would love to buy everything USA made and try out your products but have not found what I was hoping to see. Most of the women’s styles are unappealing and not practical for active wear. The deep scoop neck tank with a bra less model and the great looking capri’s until you see the heart shape on the butt are both disappointing. For classy and classic looking designs check out companies like Title 9 which is all women’s wear – great products from a variety of countries, nice functional and feminine without being slutty looking, and Duckworth which is an amazing “sheep to shelf” all-American company from my home state of Montana with outstanding work and active wear. Please go back to the drawing board in the women’s wear.

    1. Thanks for the inf. Would like to spend stimulus money on made in America, but like you most is not moderate, or stylish.

      1. There’s, so maybe try one of those less patriotic and American Economy contributing sites, they’re out there.

    2. I agree I wish the styling was more appealing because I want to buy products made in the USA. I am an active in shape 53 year old and I find the styling very matronly

      1. The womens jeans you are referring to are from the Bullet Blues line. We don’t manufacture this brand in house, so we have limited control of the price point. We’re actively working to provide quality womens pants at a lower price point. However, the Bullet Blue jeans are worth the money. They are very flattering & stylish.

  2. Would love to buy real cotton jeans without spandex or live a again but I’m done with boot cuts and flair leg..give me straight leg or slightly tapered and make them at least 34 inch inseam..and I want vneck t-shirts for the middle aged women..long enough and not thick in the middle but not too form fitting …thankyou…Will check back and see how this goes..;)

  3. Create a flip flop where the whole instep (the part of the top of the foo,t underneath base of toes) goes into it when you put it on without having to have that thinner portion go in between the big toe and it’s neighboring toe.

  4. We are a family of very tall people. We have to have “talls” in shirts and pants. Needing a 37″ in seam means we need to start at 39″ to allow for shrinkage. Always prefer to buy American made items. God Bless you.

  5. It would be great if you could supply some other American brands which are tried and true like Lands End. I am sure you are working to add accounts like this. Lots of Lands End clothing is from Vietnam, etc. and I have bought boat loads of their clothes over the past 20 some years. They are based in Wisconsin. Just an idea for you to help your business explode. PROUD of you guys….keep it going!

    1. Dear Lady!. . . . . Most “respectfully!” — Just caught your commentary here!. Have been with>
      Lands End myself since 1988!. At that time, most of their clothing was— the good ol’ U.S.A.!.
      Unfortunately, over the past 9-12 years or longer! . . . . Their products are made overseas!> And,
      Especially China!!!. I have called them on this!; And made sure that they try to complete our
      Orders “boycotting” them altogether!. The point is. . . . All American Clothing is the ONLY
      Company I have come across that is truly “STRIVING” to keep everything HERE in America!!!.
      Hopefully, they can work on keeping the “materials” (cotton, leather, fabrics, etc.) specifically
      From the USA also!. IF, they can “commission” some of their manufacturers to> “Create/Add”
      More colors and “choices” etc. to their product line— YOU are 100% correct!. . . . . Their
      Business “WILL and SHALL” = “explode!!!.”

  6. Good Morning, I saw a short segment on a face book post…glad I found you. Is it possible for you to make custom orders? I am short and stocky..
    38-29 pants…always have to buy 38-30 and pay $13 to have them hemmed up..would rather they just come 38-29.. even if they were $13 more…
    thanks for your being a USA company…

    1. We do offer hemming on all of our pants. All you have to do is select your waist, any available inseam, & then the inseam you’d like them hemmed to. There is a $10 hemming charge that will be applied to the order.

      1. Your jeans are expensive enough. I cant afford a single pair and then have to pay for adjustments!! I am short 4’9 and I would have to have half the leg cut off! I want made in America but you have to either make clothes that already fit or made to fit-pick waist, and inseam!

  7. My son is really tall. I’m looking for someone to sew a 42 inch inseam bootcut jean that will go over his boots. Can anyone in your company help me? Please???

    1. To be sure we are measuring from the same location; we measure inseams from the crotch (where the 4 seams come together) down to the bottom opening of the leg. Our in-stock inseams are 30″, 32″, 34″, & 36″. We also offer hemming if shortening is needed.

      1. Yes we are correct. He currently has size 40 inseam jeans and they are too short. Once again, he is really, really tall, all legs. Can your company custom make jeans or do I have to try India again ?

      2. I am sorry – we are unable to custom make jeans at this time. We are still a pretty small operation & are limited. Hopefully, we can be more flexible as we grow. Thank you for reaching out to us.

  8. Great, comfortable jeans that look NEW…I get rid of my torn jeans that are washed out (cement work will do that).
    Mine are from working not pretending. The fee for shortening is well worth it because it is a few dollars more to have to do it afterwards. I just didn’t know if they would shrink. Better safe Han sorry. Keep up the good work

  9. it is no wonder why people buy from CHINA…it is cheap..or should I say reasonable and affordable. Your pricing is outrageous. I just wish I could afford to buy a pair of jeans at over 100 a pop…If you want people to buy your products, lower your pricing..and you will have many more customers..At your pricing, you are dealing only with elitists

    1. Quality American-made products are generally more expensive than imported products. Why is this? Consider that through our entire supply chain each person is paid a wage they can live on, they are treated like human beings, provided a safe place to work and any pollution/waste is taken care of in a way that does not ruin our environment. Why are foreign made goods so cheap? These countries pay their people as little as $68/MONTH, force their people to work long hours in extremely poor/unsafe conditions, and pollution is rampant. Our products cost more because we care for people and the planet we live in. We want to keep the tax dollars here to support our schools, police, infrastructure and social programs (like medicare) as opposed to sending this money overseas. Every day we choose to support good American jobs and families vs. the slave labor conditions and governments of other countries. We pay US wages and taxes, but we still work to keep our products at an affordable price point. If our products are out of your price range, please keep an eye out on our Discount Rack for quality products at a deep discount: https://www.allamericanclothing.com/made-in-usa/DSC.html

  10. I’d rather have 1 American made T-Shirt than 10 foreign made. We think we are smart buying cheap, but we are taking jobs away from friends, relatives, and neighbors. Time to wake up America.

    1. It’s not necessary to make separate orders for different colors of t-shirts. Simply select the size and color of a t-shirt and add it to your cart. After it is added, you can return to the product page and select another size and color, then add it to the cart. If you have any issues, please feel free to call us at (888) 937-8009.

  11. Thank you for keeping your lights on and the products available during this pandemic! We vote with our ballots every two to four years but we vote with our wallets every day! Keep doing what you are doing. The comments about your clothing is too expensive doesn’t hold water if one considers the cost of making clothing overseas compared to here in the USA. People rush to buy a pair of Nikes for $120.00 that cost about $2.75 to make, but don’t think they can afford a pair of American Made NewBalance.
    Your jeans are very fairly priced considering the quality and the excellent customer service of a company that backs what they sell. Keep it up!

  12. I am trying to aggressively buy american made and i am willing to open my wallet for it. Over the last 40 years we have allowed our manufacturing to move to low wage areas at the expense of the american worker and our american economy. I admit I have been part of it, thinking it was best for me to get a deal and keep money in my pocket. well those times have changed and we all need to be protective of our industry and our friends and neighbors. tariffs are not the answer, put your money where your mouth is people.

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