The current mania for heritage brands spurred us to round up some products made by iconic American companies.
Above: Eena Travel Kit made by Beckel Canvas Products in Portland, OR. Each bag is locally crafted of 20-ounce canvas, with leather trim, sturdy zippers, and a stitched label; $24 at Canoe Online.
Above: Another Portland company, OR, Tanner Goods, produces simple leather goods; the Tanner Goods Lanyard is available in several finishes, including natural (shown), for $35.
Above: Red Wing One-Gallon Stoneware Crock from Red Wing stoneware has been made in Minnesota since the mid-1800s. Handmade, sturdy, and functional, the stoneware features a clear salt glaze (created by introducing rock salt into the hot kiln during the firing process). The red wing logo has been essentially unchanged over 150 years; $70 at Canoe Online.
Above: Ace Hotel Portland Pendleton Elk Blanket made by the venerable Oregon Pendleton Woolen Mills; $275 for the queen size through the Ace Hotel Store.