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The Local Process

Made in the USA

From the farm to shirt, your polo can be traced back to the field it was grown in. Can you say that about anything else in your closet?

Your polo was born at McIntosh Farms in Williamsburg County, South Carolina. From there, your polo traveled the Carolinas as it was ginned, spun, knitted, dyed, cut and sewn by local businesses. The final shirt was completed just 40 miles from the fields where it was grown.

  • Cotton is grown and harvested at McIntosh Farms in Williamsburg County, South Carolina. 
  • The cotton is ginned at Humphrey Coker Gin in Salters, South Carolina. 
  • The lint is spun at Hill Spinning in Thomasville, North Carolina. 
  • The yarn is knitted at White Plains Knit Fabrics in Jefferson, South Carolina. 
  • The fabric is dyed at South Fork in Lincolnton, North Carolina. 
  • The shirts are embroidered, cut and sewn at Craig Industries in Lamar, South Carolina.