Established in the same factory since 1948, Camber makes high-quality jersey clothing, with a wide range of t-shirts and sweatshirts. Based in Norristown, Pennsylvania, the company complies with the Berry Amendment passed by Congress in 1941, which mandates that the U.S. military use American products first for self-sufficiency. At Camber, the cotton is grown in Texas, woven in New Jersey and the garment is assembled in Pennsylvania. Camber's motto is "built to last", in addition to unquestionable traceability and unparalleled comfort.