Hot Leathers has moved the manufacturing for their high-end “U.S.A. Made” collection in-house. The entire “U.S.A. Made” collection was successfully launched over a year ago and now they are happy to offer it to wholesale customers starting in the Spring of 2017.
“We have been stocking the shelves all winter and are happy to say all items are in stock and ready to ship.” says Hot Leathers Executive Vice President Andy George. “All of us here at Hot Leathers are excited to be able to offer U.S.A. Made products to the entire industry and the added peace of mind that we are supporting the economy and keeping American jobs at home.”
Hot Leathers enjoys total oversight of hide quality for the “U.S.A. Made” collection, which features heavyweight hand cut naked cowhide, YKK zippers, high quality hand sewing and conceal-carry pockets on select styles. Each garment is handcrafted one at a time in the new Connecticut facility specifically designed for the “U.S.A. Made” apparel division with only the highest-quality materials. The 2017 collection will feature several new apparel styles and accessories as well as classic styles in Men’s and Women’s Jackets, Vests and Chaps.
“Our goal is not just to increase our footprint with retailers and distributors,” says George. “With our new design team and state-of-the-art production facilities, we’re in a great position to offer premium manufacturing services for private label motorcycle garment makers as well.”
With over 30 years producing the best in riding apparel and accessories, Hot Leathers is still looking for ways to get better, and the “U.S.A. Made” collection is a great example. Hot Leathers is proud to conduct all manufacturing for their top-flight line in the United States, at their facility in Connecticut, and all vests, jackets and chaps are hand-crafted with the utmost care and attention to detail. Hot Leathers won’t have it any other way. Keep an eye out in late 2017 for the “U.S.A. Made” riding accessories collection.Click here for reuse options!
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