Most production has been outsources to ... well, they won't say where on their website, but it ain't the Good Ol' You Ess of Eh!
Some "flagship" products are still made in the US. Those are identified on the website. (IIRC, most luggage, the 'traditional' lumberman's clothing of tin cloth &c, is US-made.)
The general consensus is that quality of the outsourced stuff has declined, and that the US-made stuff is still good as always.
Be there or be square. Only I can do both!
I've got a cat named Beefeater and a dog named Beefeater, and two goldfish called Beefeater and Beefeater. There's Beefeater my hamster and Beefeater my horse, and my piglet, known as Beefeater of course.
Veteran of the Great Irisch Moos Campaign of 2008-09