The folks over at Stormy Kromer were kind enough to host a little tour for Cold Splinters a couple weeks ago. Chances are at least a few of you out there received or gifted a Kromer hat this Christmas. It’s been the old standby for your old man, and will be for some time to come. We got some sneak peeks at their new clothing line that’s going to be debuted at this year’s OR. Established in 1903, Kromer hats have always been made in the USA, and remain this way today. My favorite is definitely the rancher cap, still so classic. Pictures from the tour of their Ironwood, Michigan headquarters after the jump.


Subscribe to our e-mail newsletter to receive updates.

3 Responses to STORMY KROMER

  1. chris December 27, 2010 at 10:02 pm #

    as a proud owner of several kromers, i was stoked to get one of their killer, usa made, flannels for christmas. amazing stuff, fair prices, and everything is made here. can’t wait to see the new gear.

  2. Kelly December 31, 2010 at 7:05 am #

    Thanks for putting up these posts about USA made goods. Unless I’m totally looking in the wrong areas, locating solid clothing made in the States (and not in a prison) is quite difficult. Your work is much appreciated. Have a happy new year.


  1. The Goat » Blog Archive » Stormy Kromer - December 29, 2010

    [...] a Kromer. Now these hats popularized by Elmer Fudd have become something of a fashionable item. Cold Splinters rolled up to the Ironwood, Michigan headquarters last week and brought back all these spy photos. [...]

Leave a Reply