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If an item you want is sold out, please know we update inventory levels every MONDAY at or around 6PM CST.

The premium device mounting system for every journey. Proudly designed and made in the U.S.A.

The #1 innovation leader and bona fide American manufacturer of premium mounting solutions featuring aluminum and carbon fiber for vehicles, aircraft, boats and yachts used by some of the most respected adventurers around the world.

The Carbon Fiber Series™ from 67 Designs works with 3/4", 17mm, 20mm - and 1" diameter ball hardware from multiple providers making the most open platform available.

Since 2012 our focus has been on our customer's adventures by designing the highest quality device mounting solutions delivered with old-school customer service.

The Real Flag of the United States of America

We know you have a choice in device mounting systems (at least two in our Rust Belt that have created poor quality copies using companies in Asia), but we hope you choose 67 Designs and support our mission to drive US manufacturing skills transfer. Every dollar you spend with 67 Designs directly impacts American workers and the myriad of suppliers we work with around the the USA.  

American skills jobs know how innovation matters

Series 55 in a Sprinter VS30

Customer Spotlights & Amazing Adventures

  • Customer Spotlight: Ken Bruce
    July 15, 2022

    Customer Spotlight: Ken Bruce

    On this “episode” of 67 Designs Customer Spotlights, where we share the stories of some of our customers, we get to know Ken Bruce. Bruce, from Phoenix, AZ, is the General Manager of Turtleback Trailers. When he’s not in the shop, you can find him wheeling around the country! Read on for more. 
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  • Customer Spotlight: Baxter Schanze
    May 12, 2022

    Customer Spotlight: Baxter Schanze

    On this “episode” of 67 Designs Customer Spotlights, where we share the stories of some of our customers, we get to know Baxter Schanze. Schanze, from Raleigh, NC, is an industrial designer for a large technology company. For him, overlanding is an all encompassing hobby—a way to satiate his love for design, jeeping, traveling and photography. 
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  • Customer Spotlight: Josh and Janice Bown
    February 25, 2022

    Customer Spotlight: Josh and Janice Bown

    On this “episode” of 67 Designs Customer Spotlights, where we share the stories of some of our customers, we get to know Josh and Janice Bown. The couple, from Greenville, NY, work as a private contractor and at a medical insurance company in the finance department, respectively.  As you read on, you will see that passion for vehicles is something that is shared by both Janice and Josh.

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News and Views

  • Mission - Project Heal The Land

    Mission - Project Heal The Land

    Some People Have a Calling. Sometimes there are people that you meet in life that actually have a something to say about our place in nature. Rob Spencer is one of those people with interesting perspectives. The 67 Designs team...

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  • US Manufacturing Sector Not Out of the Woods Yet

    US Manufacturing Sector Not Out of the Woods Yet

    Positive Labor News. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics ("BLS") (www.bls.gov) tracks labor engaged in manufacturing activities and the data indicates that more manufacturing is returning. In Katelynn Harris' online BLS article "Forty Years of Falling Manufacturing Employment" there are...

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Counterfeit Warning

Amazon Fakes and Diversion of Trade

The Truth Behind Imposter Brands and those Amazon Listings

What looks like the same product, but at a cheaper price - especially on Amazon - is almost always stolen work from true American innovators.

Perhaps the clearest example of this has been our trademarked Simple Ball Mount. Registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Reg. No. 6,649,626. All other Ball/Pedestal (Trade Dress) products of this design and not sold by 67 Designs are infringing on this Registered Trademark. Numerous patents are also being infringed upon.

The reality is that those eerily similar looking products are direct knock-offs. The owners of that company conspired with others from 2018 to purchase our products while hiding the extent of their shipments using multiple US addresses. It is clear that they ended up with Chinese counterfeit manufacturers.

Approximately 9 months later and in the closing months of 2019 the knock-offs started to appear on Amazon. They are not American made and we ask that you do not let overt claims about supporting veterans fool you.

Please spend a few extra dollars here with our team and support American jobs, American innovation and help keep essential manufacturing skills at home.

Learn more about our values and our fight for American manufacturing.