Made in USA Review: Naked Binder Green Gift Box of eco-friendly 3-ring binders and accessories

We are so excited to tell you about USA Love List’s latest review, a BIG box of American-made binders, folders, and tabs from Naked Binder, maker of a beautiful line of green, eco-friendly 3-ring binders.

Made in Iowa + Eco friendly

Headquartered and manufactured in Des Moines, Iowa, Naked Binders are 100% recycled and recyclable. They are built to reuse with an emphasis on durability and design. Their company goals are, “sustainability, great design, preserving wilderness we love and giving back to education that helped us get here.” Sounds like just the kind of made in USA product we love to love.

Naked Binder sent us a fantastic set of 3-ring binders and accessories for review. The binders were fresh, crisp, and strong, making me want to start a new project or bring order to an old one. Their Classic 3-ring Binder in natural linen and black is striking. With a hole in the spine making it easy to pull from a shelf, I assigned it to organize household papers and records, knowing it would last for years and look good doing it. The Project 3-ring Binder in Chili Pepper and linen has a grip-friendly round spine. I used it for materials for my volunteer work because of its soft but professional look as I will transport it often to meetings and back again. The smaller half-sheet Notebook Binder with tabs is the perfect new home for organizing all of the ideas, meeting notes, and lists that usually litter my desk or languish in notepads. I might like another one for recipes.

Naked Binder makes all of the binder accessories you need such as folders and tabs, all from heavy recycled paper. The binders themselves are available in a wide range of sizes and colors. There are fantastic ideas on their website for ways to customize them, label them, and use them for memorable presentations.
The entire Naked Binder product line is available at
Disclosure: USA Love List received this product unconditionally for review purposes. Our opinions are always our own, and we aim to write fair and balanced reviews to promote only the very best of American-made products.

About The Author

Post by Sarah Wagner

Sarah is the founder of USA Love List and MITUSA Media. She lives near Philadelphia but is a native and summer resident of Michigan. A mom of two who loves to travel, Sarah's current projects were inspired by a cross-country RV trip.


  1. Donna George says:

    I like the classic binder. I would give it to my son to use at school

  2. Stephanie Phelps says:

    I love the LABELS

  3. I like the Project Binder and would use it with my homeschooling with my children!

    Katy Mc. A.

  4. Angela Hartness says:

    I like the Eames Binder. I would use it to organize my scrapbooking page layouts.

  5. Jessica says:

    The Notebook Binder looks very handy since I carry a lot of information with me! Great show and organized!

  6. Krystal R says:

    The Classic Binder is great!

  7. Kathy S says:

    I like the classic binder in blue. Would use it to organize my home items…repair records, water tests, etc.

  8. Ani G W says:

    I like the eames binder.

  9. I like the project binder

  10. I like the Classic Binder in LIme!

  11. Maryann D. says:


  12. Rachel Wynsma says:

    I would use the project binder for my upcoming wedding. So many papers!

  13. I like the Project BInder in Cobalt Blue and would use it for some of my volunteering projects.

  14. I like the classic binder for my kiddos.

  15. Kassie H says:

    I love the notebook binder, and I know I would use it so much!

  16. kwolek21 says:

    I like the basic naked binder with round back, I could use this to organize my day to day schedule.

  17. I like their one pocket folders and would use them for organizing work documents.

    marija.majerle at gmail dot com

  18. Rae Higgins says:

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  20. Amy Raupach says:

    My son would definitely use this for school

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