Oregon has a rich history of providing great natural resources. Fishing, timber, and agriculture have long been mainstays in the Oregon economy. More recently, the state has focused on diversifying their economy to sectors like manufacturing and technology, in which they’ve grown tremendously. In the last 10 years, Oregon’s top export categories were computer and electronic products and machinery, totaling around $8 billion per year. We’ve come across so many great Oregon-made products over the years. Our favorites are organized below by category, along with the specific city where each Oregon-based company makes their products and a link to our other top picks. Let us know if y’all have other suggestions for great Oregon products we should feature!



  • Bluer Denim – Portland

Full guide: best jeans made in the USA



  • Danner – Portland
  • Softstar – Philomath
  • Carson Footwear – Milwaukie

Full guide: shoes made in the USA


  • Shwood – Portland

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  • Wood and Faulk – Portland

Full guide: best wallets made in the USA

Home Goods

Baby Cribs

  • Pacific Rim Woodworking – Eugene

Full guide: best baby cribs made in the USA

Baby Toys

  • Mary’s Softdough – Eugene

Full guide: best baby toys made in the USA


  • Lazarus Naturals

Full guide: best CBD oil made in the USA

Pet Products

Dog Toys

  • Cycle Dog – Portland

Full guide: best dog toys made in the USA

Sports & Outdoors


  • CiloGear – Portland
  • Free Range – Bend

Full guide: best backpacks made in the USA


  • Co-Motion Cycles – Eugene
  • Kinn Bikes – Portland
  • Renovo Hardwood Bicycles – Portland

Full guide: best bikes made in the USA

Rifle Scopes

  • Leupold – Beaverton

Full guide: best rifle scopes made in the USA


Pocket Knives

  • Benchmade – Oregon City
  • Gerber Knives – Tigard
  • Kershaw – Tualatin

Full guide: best pocket knives made in the USA


  • Blue Spruce Toolworks
  • Bridge City Tool Works
  • CAN-GUN 1
  • Leatherman
  • Purdy
  • SawStop

Full guide: tools made in the USA

Let us know if we missed any other great Oregon-made products that we should review!

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