- Introducing -
Clothing You Can Be Proud Of
Flint and Tinder:
Manufacturing Greatness Here!
Made in America
Ralph/Calvin/Tommy, the big boys, they're not who you think. Most of the things bearing their logos are made under license by companies you've never heard of like Li and Fung, PVH and Warnaco, who make garments as cheaply as possible on the other side of the globe.
Flint and Tinder is different. We're manufacturing greatness here - in the USA - in as transparent a way as possible.
Built to Last
We're not just making things in America, we're making things better. We stand behind our products. So keep an eye out out for frequent use of the words "Satisfaction Guaranteed", or product specific promises--as with the "10-Year Hoodie", which comes with an entire decade of free mending (not that you'll necessarily need it).
It's all part of our "Buy Less, Get More" thinking. You're going to like it.
Changing the Game
We're all working really hard to make sure you're satisfied. We're going to bend over backwards to make things right, no matter what.
The plan is this: By raising expectations, eventually even the bigger brands will play by the same rules, or they'll be forced to go the way of the dinosaurs.
Either way, we win!
Did you know that 99% of the men's underwear sold in America comes from, well, places like China, Indonesia and Thailand? Flint and Tinder launched on Kickstarter with a pledge to change that, build a better product than you're used to and help revive the American cut and sew industry.
5,578 people supported us in attempting to bring back high quality garment manufacturing by pre-purchasing $291,499 worth of underwear. Flint and Tinder becomes the best funded fashion Kickstarter to date. We could not be more appreciative.
Flint and Tinder launches FlintAndTinderUSA.com website. Zappos' Tony Hsieh and Fred Mossler sign on as advisors. Esquire names Flint and Tinder one of the 10 Best New Online Men's Shopping Sites. Pretty cool, right?
Flint and Tinder launches the 10-Year Hoodie, a premium sweatshirt designed for life, guaranteed for a decade and backed with FREE mending... Kickstarter's first ever fashion project to raise more than $1 million dollars from 9,226 backers pre-buying more than 11,000 hoodies.
Flint and Tinder fires up The Bluelace Project... an attempt to give American manufacturing it's own yellow ribbon with the help of a lace unlike any other, manufactured by one of the just two domestic shoelace manufacturers still standing. 11,749 people lend a hand. Interested in joining them?Click Here Now