American-made gifts: Adirondack Chairs
Though winter has not yet officially begun, it's not too soon to plan for summer days.
An ideal gift for someone who enjoys sitting outside in the sun with a book is an outdoor Adirondack chair.
Adirondack Chairs Only has a selection of pieces made in the United States by a company called Designed for Outdoors.
You can check out the American-made Adirondack chairs here.
This is Day Twenty of the Alliance for American Manufacturing's (AAM) series of American-made gift idea posts.
Day One - Cicada Leather Company
Day Two - Field Notes
Day Three - Faribault Woolen Mill
Day Four - Artifact Bag Co.
Day Five - Jacob Bromwell
Day Six - Vermont Flannel
Day Seven - Freeman Sporting Club
Day Eight - Hero Bag
Day Nine - the Holiday Card Website
Day Ten - Night Owl Paper Goods
Day Eleven - Hospitality Frames
Day Twelve - Bigelow Tea & Emerson Creek Pottery
Day Thirteen - American Made Dorm & Home
Day Fourteen - Potting Shed Creations
Day Fifteen - Felion Studios
Day Sixteen - Freeride Systems
Day Seventeen - Wintergreen Northern Wear
Day Eighteen - VPI Industries
Day Nineteen - Children's toys
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