Whatever The North Face is doing, it might be catching. Just last week, Uniqlo debuted a line of American-made jeans for men and women (small print: with imported parts). The Japanese apparel brand, which was linked to sweatshop conditions in China as late as 2015, produced the capsule line in Los Angeles in collaboration with Cone Denim, owner of one of the few denim mills still operating in the United States. Retailing from $69.90 a pop, the slim- to skinny-fit jeans comprise the latter company’s “VaraBlue” fabrics, which Cone Denim says require less water and fewer chemicals than traditional denim.

+ Made in the U.S.A. Jeans $69.90-$79.90

+ Uniqlo