FAQs

Q: Are you open and shipping?

A: Round House is always open and shipping year round. With record sales, customers buy Round House faster than we can make. So please order now to get in line. We have to guess at how fast we can sew any of our 2,000+ sizes.

 

Q: Must I be vaccinated to work at Round House?

A: No. Almost all companies are not requiring vaccines. Starbucks, McDonald's, General Motors, General Electric, Walmart, Target, Amazon, FedEx, UPS, Boeing, etc. don't require vaccines. (It's taking a lot of our time trying to answer the constant emails we're getting every few minutes asking about this, so we thought it better to answer in the FAQ).

 

Q: Where are the products on the Round House website made?

A: Everything sold on this website is Made in USA.

All of the ROUND HOUSE® website's American Made jeans, overalls, workwear and kids clothing as well as everything else on this website are produced by Round House Jeans in Shawnee, Oklahoma, USA as well as other locations.

The company was started in 1903 and soon after began producing ROUND HOUSE® brand workwear. At 119 years old, Round House is the largest and oldest manufacturer of Made in USA jeans and the oldest manufacturer of any kind in the state of Oklahoma. Our full history can be viewed here

ROUND HOUSE® jeans sold on other websites or other retail stores are also Made in USA. But Round House overalls from other websites or other retail stores are not made in America as a necessity in order to keep stores in stock with over 2,000 sizes. We rely on retailers carrying Round House overalls, wherever they’re made, to keep our American factory running.

 

Q: Where does the cotton come from?

A: Round House only uses US cotton whether the item is sewn in the USA or sewn outside the USA.

 

Q: Where can I buy Round House American Made products?

A: Only here on the Round House website (which you are on right now). The products and info on this website are only sold on this website and nowhere else.

Everything on this website is Made in USA.

 

Q: Why is it so important that other retail stores and other websites sell non-USA Round House overalls?

For jeans: Round House only makes American Made jeans. So Round House jeans purchased at any website or retail store are Made in USA.

But we need customers to purchase Round House overalls not Made in USA in order to keep our American factory running. We rely on customers purchasing Round House overalls, wherever they’re made, to keep our American factory producing more than ever.

Retailers wouldn't carry Round House without there being multiple sources that can guarantee shipping and we'd be out of business. Just two years ago the Governor of Oklahoma closed all non-essential factories. Having multiple factories is the only way to keep our USA factory around.

Round House is committed to making bib overalls in the USA unlike the other brands out there: Carhartt, Dickies, Liberty, Key, Big Smith, Berne, etc. have Zero American Made overalls.

Also, Round House is committed to using US cotton in all of its overalls, whether they are sewn in the US or sewn outside the US.

 

Q: Why are some sizes or styles listed (OUTLET)? Where are items at the Round House Outlet website made?

You can only purchase American Made bib overalls at this website that you are currently on. There are a few sizes and styles that you can only purchase at a different store: The Round House Outlet: www.roundhouseoutlet.com The Round House Outlet is not the official Round House website and the overalls on it are not Made in USA but they are Round House.

We need customers to purchase Round House products, regardless of where they’re made, to keep our American factory running. This includes the sizes and styles listed (OUTLET). These (OUTLET) sizes and styles will only ever be made outside the US.

The overalls at the Round House Outlet should be the same quality. Round House makes over 2,000 sizes of bib overalls in the USA and we employ more Americans at our Oklahoma factory than ever before. We will always be making high back overalls in the USA including blue denim button fly, blue denim zipper fly, stone wash, brown duck, stripe, painter, etc. etc...

But without people purchasing Round House products, regardless of where they’re made, we couldn’t keep our American factory running. All purchases of Round House products go to the same company and keep our factory running.

Although we employ more Americans at our Oklahoma factory than ever before, we cannot come anywhere near keeping the over 2,000 sizes we make in stock. We continue to have many sizes almost a year from being completed. Most customers aren’t willing to wait a year for their size.

Since we sell hundreds more Non-Outlet styles and sizes for every Outlet bib overall, when it is taking months to sew a size we have hundreds of customers complaining to us to get that size finished for every 1 Outlet size or style customer. Having outlet sizes and styles made by other factories allows us to ship our non-outlet size and style customers immediately rather than 6-12 months away.

And it allows us to create more jobs in the USA by putting our workers on the overalls that most people want. This is a win-win for customers and creating American jobs.

Again, without people purchasing Round House products, regardless of where they’re made, we couldn’t keep our American factory running. All purchases of Round House products go to the same company and keep our factory running.

As mentioned before, Round House is committed to using US cotton in all of its overalls, whether they are sewn in the US or sewn outside the US.

 

Q. Is everything on this website Made in USA?

A. Yes, everything on this website is Made in USA. 

 

Q: Do you have a factory store I can visit? Some other kind of physical store?

A: No. Everything must be purchased here on our website and shipped to your home or business.

 

Q: What's that hole at the top of my overalls and the hole in the bib (if applicable)?

A: They are for your pocket watch. (If you have one, you probably knew that already). The chain hooks inside the hole at the top and the watch goes in the special bib opening. Not every bib overall has these items.



               




Q: My overalls have what look like loose seams on the sides and top of the back. Is that a mistake?

A: Those "extra" seams are normal and very common in overalls.

The "tack", which reinforces the seams holding the overall front and back together, is always made below the top stitch. This makes the reinforcement more secure, but leaves a few "extra" seams at the top that naturally loosen and pop out over time.

They add some extra reinforcement while they last.


 

Q: Where can I purchase more hardware (buckles and adjusters)?

A: We recommend buckling the straps to the bib of the overalls before washing and drying. This usually helps the buckles last much, much longer.

Our overalls are made so that the hardware can be removed and replaced. This allows our customers to simply replace a buckle or adjuster if one of them wears out and not have to replace the entire bib overall. This saves our customers money.

Click here to buy buckles and adjusters.

 

Q: How do I put the hardware (buckles and adjusters) on my American Made bib overall?

A: Note: Please buckle the straps to the bib before putting the overalls in the washer.

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