Do any search for the above mentioned item and you're not going to turn up much. Most knits, shawl collar cardigan or not, aren't made here in the states - that's just the reality. Knits are typically imported to The United States whether they are quality or straight up trash. While American garment manufacturing is on the decline (this should come as no shock to anyone reading this blog) you can still find pretty much whatever you want made by American factories if you're willing to drop the necessary coin. Unfortunately, knits rarely seem to find themselves in that category. At least not with the same frequency as denim or shirting. That's why I was surprised to find Orvis selling a shawl collar cardigan made right here in the good ol' US of A. It's made in Fall River, Massachusetts, a hotbed for the remaining knitting mills in America. I can't say for sure which one makes cardigans for Orvis (CJ Cotton Co.?), but it's nice to see at least one stateside brand trying to keep the tradition alive. The cardigan, itself, is only $98 and when compared to shit imports selling for similar prices it's not a bad deal at all. And it is exactly what a cardigan should be - shawl collar, real leather buttons, pure, soft cotton, and ribbed finishing. If you're looking for something real slim you probably want to look elsewhere. In typical Orvis fashion this baby starts at a medium and is a more traditionally fitting piece. Should your cardigan be slim in the first place? Think about how you plan on layering and get back to me. And on a separate, but related note, if you want a new shawl collar cardigan you need to check out Orvis' stock. One word - incredible. Thanks for the inspiration Joe.