The time is ripe for forward thinking companies in our industry -- apparel brands, manufacturers, and retailers -- to take a fresh look at domestic manufacturing.
But for goods that are currently made in China and elsewhere, "reshoring" isn't a slam dunk.
On the one hand, the American consumer wants more "Made in USA" options. In fact, "made in USA" is a desireable label for many Asian consumers as well.
On the other hand, consumers remain price sensitive.
How can this reshoring come about? And what does it mean for a US glove company like ours, that makes labor intensive sports gloves?
In this 2-Part series, we take a closer look.