The family behind Carhartt has been making premium workwear since 1889 before branching into premium street fashion. Carhartt make exceptional quality apparel, headwear and bags.
The Carhartt brand became an anti-fashion icon in the 70's and 80's with the grunge and punk and later with the Hip Hop world and remains popular with rappers to this day. This led to the WIP line, making Carhartt fashionable in Europe and Asia.
In 1996, Mark Valade became the President of Carhartt. Mark heralded the company into the global era with the formation of European operations and Internet technologies. He launched Carhartt-owned retail stores, a full women's line, and our extremely successful Flame-Resistant line of garments. Ever the visionary, he introduced new technologies such as Quick Duck®, Storm Defender®, Rain Defender®, Carhartt Force® and others.
With entrepreneurial vision and determination, Hamilton Carhartt and the next three generations of Carhartts have established a brand that has stood the test of time.
Today, Carhartt employs over 2,000 U.S. associates in Detroit, Kentucky, and Tennessee, including over 900 UFCW members. Last year, over 7,000,000 garments were produced in four American factories. We're proud that we've never stopped making workwear in the USA for 125 years.
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