All Wickers garments are made in the United States of America!
We believe we have a responsibility to keep American workers working. And, a solid manufacturing base makes for a stronger America.
Wickers is firmly committed to keeping our manufacturing right here in the USA where we can best serve our customers. And, no one knows the great American outdoors better than we do.
We make quality products, at the right place, at the right time and at the right price.
We guarantee that if you are not 100% satisfied, you can return your purchase for a 100% refund within 90 days. It's the Wickers way.
Wickers was started in 1981 by Anthony Mazzenga, the founder and current CEO and Chairman, as Anrotex Inc., which was primarily a fabric company. In 1990, seeing an opportunity in the performance underwear market, Anthony combined the innovative fabric company with performance garment manufacturing to create Wickers Sportswear, Inc. In 1998 he set up Wickers Europe to market performance underwear garments primarily in the UK. Wickers.com was set up in 2000.
Since its inception, Wickers has been a leader in the development and introduction of performance fabric technology. Wickers pioneering development of its propriety Akwatek fabric, established a new standard by which all other wicking technology fabrics were judged. The fabric has been tested by independent agencies and found to have capabilities superior to that of standard "wicking" fabrics for thermoregulation in performance sports apparel.
From the very beginning, Wickers has maintained a firm commitment to American sourcing and labor. Our feeling has always been that the best way to deliver quality product and service was to stay as close as possible to our customers. To accomplish this level of service Wickers established an American based supply chain for its yarn, fiber, knitting, dyeing, and apparel manufacturing This strategy was beneficial to our customers as it shortened the lead time between order placement and delivery, allowing our customers to stock only those items, sizes and colors which were selling. Such practices help to reduce end-of-the-year retailer inventories. The result is increased profitable sales for all parties.
"All of the efforts that we put forth to ensure quality products and excellent customer service are not done to impress anyone. We simply believe fostering partnerships and providing quality products to the ultimate consumer is the right way to do business."
Anthony Mazzenga, CEO