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Originally Posted by Seattle Forrest View Post
Keen makes shoes, and they're starting to bring their production to Oregon. Among the reasons they list is a marketing advantage; they think their customers will prefer to buy locally made products, given a choice.

If you were in the market for a pair of bike shoes, would this sway you toward Keens?
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YES! Besides my New Balance I don't think I've bought a pair of shoes/boots made in the US in a long time. My Sidi's are made in Italy, Crocs made in Canada, Timberland made in Dominican Republic and I think everything else is China. I like my Dr. Martens, but they have been China made for a while (I still have the first pair I bought back in 1996 that were made in England and are much better quality than what is sold now).
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