I know Jim Domke, and the bags were made in the USA. Originally Jim made them his self near Philadelphia, and then a nearby contractor. They are now distributed by Ira Tiffen and I sincerely doubt that either he or Jim would offshore them. Chances are 90% or better they are still made in the US.
I ordered a couple within the last two years, and they both had a "Made in USA" badge attached to them. Both are quite excellent, BTW, and only look better with wear. Must say I don't know the F10, though.
"We are much more likely to act our way into a new way of thinking than think our way into a new way of acting." - R. Pascale
I just got the bag and it is in fact Made in USA! It is quite a great bag! I am thrilled with it. It was worth every penny!
Occasionally take a good look at the points where the strap loops are sewed to the body. In my experience these are the major weak points where problems occur. Outside of that and some unfortunately poorly placed Velcro, the bags are quite good indeed.