Danger Buck: Clothing Made in America
Dangerbuck.com honors American traditions of quality and value.
We offer "Made in America" products at Dangerbuck.com because we refuse to sacrifice high quality for low price. American artisans and craftsman always have set the standard for the rest of the world, and dedicated American workers always have woven durability and value into their "Made in America" products. Although the Great Recession has threatened this proud tradition, we at Dangerbuck.com still see American spirit flourishing in everything we sell.
When you shop with Dangerbuck.com, you shop and support the American economy and Made in America products offer you complete confidence in your purchase. At Danger Buck, the buck stops here! Danger Buck stocks nothing but high quality, high-performance American-made merchandise—clothing and accessories made to go the distance just like our country.
How to Buy American Products
Beware the words "global sourcing," the polite term major corporate retailers have coined for sending American jobs overseas. Although giant discounters seduce you with amazingly low prices, you pay in diminished quality and increase the likelihood for American unemployment. Moreover, "global sourcing" means many of the discounters' low-priced products have been produced by women and children who labor long hours under deplorable conditions, earning
less than a dollar per day. Not so for Made in America products. In those nations, the environment pays a heavy toll for low prices, too. In the emerging industrial nations, multinational agribusinesses grow cotton with chemical fertilizers and pesticides that never washout of the fibers and break-down in the soil. At the same time, sprawling manufacturing plants in these countries blast tons of carbon particulates, sulfur dioxides and nitrogen oxides into the
atmosphere; and they pump arsenic, mercury, chromium VI, lead, selenium and boron into the water supply. The allure of short-term savings quickly becomes long-term disappointment as garments and clothing apparel fall apart in just a few months while the environment suffers. American products, however, are built to last and Clothing Made in America proves this theory.
Clothing "Made in America"
Look for "Made in America," or "Made in USA", clothing and garments with these labels because like tradition, these labels still stand for the finest workmanship from the finest materials. At Dangerbuck.com, we sell nothing but Made in America clothing and American made athletic apparel and sports wear. We endorse only reputable American manufacturers that satisfy our high standards. Our well-made, fashionable outdoor and athletic clothing goes everywhere in comfort and style, and our product line is expanding every day. We recently have added Race Ready Athletic clothing to our stock of rugged sportswear and we guarantee our products are Made in America. Soon, we will expand to include a full line of rugged wilderness gear—backpacks, tents, hiking supplies, and mountain bikes, all made with pride in the United States.
We encourage you to look carefully at our products. Check the details in our own "Dream" tshirt, crafted from 100% cotton and made with an extra durable rib neckband. Our customers say, "It fits like happy." Look at the design and craftsmanship in the "Mid-Air Manifesto" t-shirt from Love this life, which features a deep v-neck for comfort and a burn-out short sleeve for style. Pay special attention to our brand new Dryline Zip shirt from Race Ready, a tough,
stretchy, four-season running shirt made from Dryline fabric that wicks-away moisture from your skin and works with a full 8-inch zipper to regulate your body temperature throughout long training runs or other active sports. Happy shoppers tell us Race Ready products are the ultimate in comfort and durability in training gear.
Of course, we welcome your comments and suggestions, because we want our customer service to match the exemplary quality of our products.
Elena Holden - About Author:
Danger Buck, founded by Levi Walker, is an e-commerce site dedicated to supporting American Tradition and the American economy by stocking only clothing "Made in America". A Tennessee startup company, Danger Buck challenges shoppers to support American manufacturers, and in turn, help create jobs for Americans. Let's rebuild the dream! After all, that's what America is all about, dreaming big and accomplishing much. We can do so by once again buying and producing here at home, stimulating our own economy and putting us back on top, in every way!Dangerbuck.com is currently featuring its first release of American Made t-shirts, and will soon become a complete online retailer featuring nothing but American Made products. Think of it as your one-stop shopping site for true "Made in America" clothing and athletic apparel for men and women.
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