After learning that Levi’s were no longer being made in America, Beck decided to release his own trousers through 1791, the clothing line he created last year.
Glenn Beck has released a new line of jeans made entirely in America through 1791, the clothing brand he launched last year whose name hearkens back to when the Bill of Rights was ratified. Beck got the idea for the jeans after discovering that the iconic American product was no longer being made in America and boycotting Levi’s. Rather than sit back and complain about yet another industry going overseas, he decided to do something about it.
The team at 1791 have been working on the jeans for close to a year, and the first run is now ready. The premium 100% cotton ring-spun selvedge jeans are 100% “Made in the USA”. 1791 Denim are woven in Greensboro at Cone Denim Mills, and are cut and sewn in a Kentucky factory that was established in the 1920s. You can check out the launch video for the jeans below: