From Toledo to Tiffin, Mansfield to Marblehead -- Made in the 419 connects Northern Ohioans through handmade stuff that shows their pride and tells their story.
Made in the 419 is for us. For over a hundred years, industrial cities in northwestern Ohio have tumbled together with picture-postcard rural life. The result has been a unique and magical cultural blending of town and country. Here you'll find tough-as-nails steel workers, up-at-dawn farmers, homespun inventors, rebel creatives, and sensible family types. We're friendly, inviting and - most of the time - sort of overlooked as the place you go through on your way to Cleveland, Columbus, or Cincinnati.
The goods we sell are intended to give our customers a way to tell their story and connect with their tribe. It doesn't matter if you're from Toledo or Sandusky, Bellville or Bowling Green.
We are all - in some way - made in the 419.
Made in the 419 is proud to say that our photographers, graphic artists, screen printers, embroiderers and artisans are from Mansfield, Plymouth, Shelby, and all over the region. And if we can't get it here, we buy from companies like American Apparel that manufacture their goods here in the USA.