“Like many American small business owners, Alexo aims to be Made in America. We are working towards that,” Lahren wrote, alongside a statement from Alexo Athletica CEO Amy Robbins disclosing that their items we not manufactured in the states. “Due to the increased labor costs and heightened regulations many U.S.-based manufacturers face, we were left with little option but to manufacture overseas to start out,” the statement read. “We’re working diligently to bring our manufacturing back home to the U.S. and work with other hardworking companies that pride themselves on integrity and quality.”
Lahren’s clothing line featured star-spangled leggings, tops, and jackets. Alexo Athletica boasts of being a Second Amendment-friendly company that specializes in workout clothing with compartments for small weapons, like guns or tasers, inside the waistband.