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Welcome to the RuggedOutfitters.net. Since 1996, Rugged Outfitters has been supplying a complete line of workwear, professional and institutional uniforms and footwear as well as stylish casual wear, corporate wear and outerwear for all seasons. We are proud to be an authorized Carhartt dealer, as well as authorized dealers of Timberland, Wolverine and Cherokee. We also carry many other great quality brands and have the purchasing power to provide our customers with the best prices and widest selections.
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RuggedOutfitters.net services all 50 U.S. States, and specialize in both personal and corporate orders. We also offer custom embroidery for groups on many items in your choice of script or block lettering and your choice of color. We are proud of our "No Minimum Order" policy on many of our products. Should you have any questions about our store, our merchandise or our volume discount pricing on any of our many items, please call customer service line toll-free:
866-263-6750 or email us. Our customer service staff is waiting to help you with your order.

About Our Brands...
Rugged Outfitters is proud to feature the best name brands in quality workwear. Everything we sell is tried and tested out in the elements and on the job. If we won't wear it, then we won't sell it to our customers. That's our promise to you.

Below you will find a list of our most popular brands along with a description about that brand's history and product line. We hope that you will find it informative!


Since 1889, Carhartt has designed workwear to withstand the vigorous trials of daily outdoor wear. Constructed with premium fabric and detail, Carhartt has set the industry standards for quality, ruggedness, and durability. Today the Carhartt product line has expanded from the traditional outerwear pieces to include shorts, woven shirts, accessories, and jeans. Providing quality and comfort, Carhartt can take workers anywhere, into any condition, at work or at play.

Through its dedication to innovation and continual customer contact, Williamson-Dickie has transformed itself from a small bib overall company to the largest workwear manufacturer in the world. Sold in every state in the U.S., Dickies now offers garments ranging from its staple work pants and work shirts to items such as women's workwear, chore coats, and denim jeans. Since its beginnings in 1922, every piece of Dickies workwear has stood for the quality, toughness, and pride that embodies the spirit of the American worker.

Timberland's story began in 1918, in a small Boston, Massachusetts shoe company where founder, Nathan Swartz, began his bootmaking career as an apprentice stitcher. In 1952, he bought half an interest in The Abington Shoe Company. Three years later, he bought the remaining interest and welcomed his sons into the company. Together, they made shoes for leading manufacturers for nearly 10 years. In the '60s, waterproof leather boots as we know them didn't really exist. The Swartz family helped change all that by introducing injection-molding technology to the footwear industry. This technology fused soles to leather uppers without stitching, producing one of the first truly waterproof boots.

In 1973, the Timberland name was born. "Timberland" started as the brand name for the original waterproof leather boot. Then, because the boot was so popular, the company name was officially changed to The Timberland Company. In 1978 and 1979, Timberland added casual and boat shoes to its line to become more than just a boot company. In the 1980s, the company expanded into an international lifestyle brand. Sidney Swartz took the reigns and under his leadership Timberland was launched in Italy, their first entry into the international market (today they're represented all over the world).

Wolverine World Wide, Inc. is a leading global marketer of branded casual, work, outdoor sport and uniform footwear. The Company's portfolio of owned and licensed brands includes: Bates Uniform Footwear, CAT Footwear, Coleman Footgear, Harley-Davidson Footwear, Hush Puppies, HYTEST Safety Footwear, Merrell Performance Footwear, Stanley Footgear and Wolverine Boots and Shoes.

Wolverine also employs technologies such as Compressor, DuraShocks SR, DuraShocks, Fusion and MultiShox to addmaximum comfort to their products.

Founded in 1938, Columbia Sportswear Company has grown from a small family-owned hat distributorship to one of the world's largest outerwear brands and the leading seller of skiwear in the United States. Columbia's extensive product line includes a wide variety of outerwear, sportswear, rugged footwear and accessories. Developing innovative products that are functional yet stylish and offer great value is what they do.

For people who live and work outdoors – from hunters, skiers and winter campers, to lumberjacks, explorers and bush pilots – the name Sorel is synonymous with quality, durability and value. Launched more than 40 years ago by Canadian footwear manufacturer William H. Kaufman Inc., Sorel Corporation designs, develops and markets rugged footwear and apparel for outdoor industrial and recreational use. The brand was acquired by Columbia Sportswear Company in 2000.

Sorel debuted in 1962 with a line of rugged boots designed to withstand challenging weather conditions. The brand’s flagship Caribou boot – with its waterproof rubber shell, leather upper and removable felt liner – quickly became a favorite of outdoor lovers across North America and is still one of the company’s most popular styles. The Caribou helped drive Sorel to become Kaufman’s best-selling brand accounting for a majority of the Company’s revenues by the 1990s.

Sorel’s popularity extended to other markets as additional footwear styles for men, women and children were introduced, including leather work boots, walking shoes, and indoor leisure footwear. For fall 2002, the brand’s cold weather footwear heritage and loyal following spawned a line of men’s work wear designed to hold up against harsh weather conditions and extended outdoor wear. Sorel now provides year-round functionality and fashion for the entire family.

Sorel is a wholly owned subsidiary of Columbia Sportswear Company, marketing its products through a wide variety of retailers in the United States and abroad.

Since its beginning in the Fox River Valley of Appleton, Wisconsin in 1900, Fox River Mills, Inc. has made quality knitted socks and handwear. Fox River was founded on the principle of offering a superior product with great service at a fair price. Today, Fox River Mills in one of the leading outdoor, athletic and casual sock manufacturers in the world.

During its first 60 years, Fox River produced socks, mittens and gloves primarily for outdoor enthusiasts and skiers. In the early 1960s, Fox River extended its product line to include new and innovative styles and colors to keep pace with the expanding sports market.

In 1985, Fox River began manufacturing hosiery under the Wick Dry® brand name. The patented Wick Dry® Health System reinforced Fox River's commitment to meet and exceed consumers' expectations. Today, that commitment continues with innovations like our award-winning high-performance socks-Wick Dry® , VVS® , and the naturally antimicrobial X-Static® socks. NASA has even certified four of our styles for use in the space program.

Fox River continued to grow by acquiring Rockford Textiles of McMinnville, Tennessee in 1985 and Portage Mills of Portage, Wisconsin in 1988. Zwicker Knitting, Zwicker International and Nelson Knitting (manufacturer of the Original Rockford Red Heel® , affectionately known as the "monkey sock") were acquired in 1992.

Founded in 1853 by Bavarian immigrant Levi Strauss, Levi Strauss & Co. (LS&CO.) is one of the world's largest brand-name apparel marketers with sales in more than 100 countries. There is no other company with a comparable global presence in the jeans and casual pants markets. Our market-leading apparel products are sold under the Levi's, Dockers and Levi Strauss Signature brands.

In 1873, Levi Strauss and Nevada tailor Jacob Davis patented the process of putting rivets in pants for strength, and the world's first jeans — Levi's jeans — were born. Today, the Levi's trademark is one of the most recognized in the world and is registered in more than 160 countries.

Champion builds on its heritage as an originator and innovator of men's and women's sports apparel by answering the needs of active, health-minded people with innovative, high-quality athleticwear and related products. Their product line offers Intense Activity Bodywear, Moderate Activity Bodywear and Casual Activity Apparel for both men and women. Innovation is a reflection of Champion's integrity and dedication to offer the best sports apparel possible, with practical, real improvements.

In 1906 Duofold began its tradition of innovation with the introduction of the first two-layer thermals. Since that time, Duofold's dedication to innovation has resulted in hundreds of new, high performance products.

In 1960 Duofold launched the beginnings of the now popular Varitherm performance base layer, designed for high activity thermal protection and moisture management.

In 2004 Duofold introduced another innovation: a new line of all season performance apparel featuring the duo-dri moisture management system. Throughout its history of innovation, Duofold has helped prove that there are no limits.

Duofold has helped the British Royal Marines successfully reach the South Pole, Olympic participants win medals, and weekend warriors perform their best under the most challenging conditions. On a daily basis, firemen, policemen, and US military forces around the world wear Duofold. So whatever the activity or weather, Duofold has you covered.

ROTHCO is America’s foremost wholesale supplier of military and outdoor products. ROTHCO carries an extensive line of apparel and gear available for domestic and overseas sale to resellers of all types: retail, wholesale, military, police, security, outdoor products, screen printers, uniform dealers, fashion retailers, and sportswear shops. For nearly 50 years ROTHCO has primarily serviced independently-owned Army/Navy surplus stores across America, but in recent years they have has expanded their customer and product range to include new lines of sportswear.

The meat of ROTHCO’s business is their unbeatable selection of military and outdoor clothing. From sweaters, thermals and flight jackets, to Ultra Force brand battle uniforms, they’ve got it all, and in a huge range of colors and sizes. ROTHCO’s line of clothing is popular not only with hunting and military enthusiasts, but with the sportswear market as well. In recent years, there has been a huge upsurge in sales of colored camouflage. This expanding market is largely among the sportswear audience, with many sports fans buying colored camouflage to match the colors of their favorite high school, university or professional teams. ROTHCO carries the largest selection of colored camouflage available, with over 30 different varieties of military, hunting and fashion/casual camouflage in a wide range of garments.

Anvil Knitwear, Inc. is a leading designer, manufacturer and marketer of high quality activewear which sells its products primarily into the "imprinted" or "decorated" segment of the U.S. apparel industry. Anvil offers an extensive line of activewear products and accessories in a variety of styles, colors and fabrics, designed for men, women and children, including long and short sleeve T-shirts, polo shirts, ringers/baseballs, henleys, athletic shorts, caps, towels, robes and bags.

In 1905, Herbert Chesebro and the Hand Knit Hosiery Company manufactured heavy woolen work socks and liner mittens for lumbermen. Over the following years, the company prospered and changed its name to Wigwam Mills. In the 80s and 90s, Wigwam's popularity continued to grow and they became known to all as Wigwam Socks. Today, Wigwam Socks' quality can be found in all sorts of comfortable socks like their Moriane, Ultimax and Merino Wool line. Wigwam continues to develop new fibers, fashions, and styles to meet the changing demands of sock wearers everywhere.

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