Some products are just synonymous with America. But these days, your grandmother's apple pie might be just about the only product that's actually still made here.

Over the past couple of decades, a number of brands have outsourced the production of some of America's most iconic products to cut down on manufacturing costs. Even America's greatest past time, baseball, is played with balls stitched together in Costa Rica.

It's not just nostalgia that is lost when a company moves its production overseas -- jobs are often sacrificed as well. And while foreign-produced goods may be cheaper, products with the once-common label "Made in the U.S.A." are now considered luxury and are often over-priced, The Huffington Post reported last September.

Here's a round-up of classically American products that are manufactured overseas:

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  • Baseballs

    Rawlings baseballs, which are the official balls of the MLB, are <a href="http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/bizfocus/archives/2010/03/28/2003469097">handmade in Costa Rica</a>. Up to 2.4 million balls are made each year.

  • Radio Flyer Red Wagon

    Production of the iconic red wagon <a href="http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/4640307/ns/business-us_business/t/radio-flyer-pulls-its-wagons-china/#.UQBCz6GLxJU">moved to China in 2004</a> due to unsustainable maintenance costs at its previous Chicago plant, MSNBC reports.

  • Barbie

    Mattel manufactures many of its most iconic American toys <a href="http://articles.baltimoresun.com/2007-09-10/news/0709100177_1_barbie-hong-kong-mattel">like the Barbie doll</a> in places such as Hong Kong.

  • Converse All Stars

    Converse, maker of the iconic Chuck Taylor All Star sneaker, was purchased by Nike back in 2003, which <a href="http://alngullie.hubpages.com/hub/Indias-cheap-made-Converse-Chuck-Taylor-All-Star">promptly outsourced production to China, Thailand and India</a>.

  • Levi's Jeans

    Levi jeans, which the company describes as the "ultimate icon of American culture,” are in fact <a href="http://www.globalpost.com/dispatches/globalpost-blogs/america-the-gutted/levis-blue-jeans-made-in-the-USA">manufactured outside America with the exception of one particular line</a> that is made in North Carolina, Global Post reports.

  • Etch A Sketch

    <a href="http://www.buzzfeed.com/andrewkaczynski/how-etch-a-sketch-outsourced-manufacturing-to-chin">Etch A Sketch outsourced manufacturing of its never-ending doodle machine</a> to China in 2000 to save on costs.

  • Olympic Uniforms

    Polo Ralph Lauren found itself in hot water when it was discovered that the uniforms it made for the <a href="http://jezebel.com/5925782/americas-patriotic-ralph-lauren-olympic-uniforms-were-made-in-china">2012 U.S. Olympic team were actually manufactured in China</a>.

  • TVs

    Five Rivers Electronic Innovations, the <a href="http://www.businessinsider.com/19-iconic-products-that-america-doesnt-make-anymore-2010-11?op=1">last company to manufacture TVs in America</a>, went out of business in 2004, according to Business Insider.

  • Huffy Bikes

    Huffy Bikes, that first bike of many American kids, haven't been <a href="http://www.re-cycle.com/History/Huffy.aspx">manufactured in America since 1999</a>.

  • iPads

    Despite widespread criticism, <a href="http://macdailynews.com/2012/04/26/why-apples-ipad-has-to-be-made-in-china/">Apple continues to manufacture its popular iPad in China</a> for cost-cutting purposes, among other reasons.

  • Monopoly

    Monopoly, the game that embodies the spirit of American capitalism, <a href="http://www.thestreet.com/story/11279838/1/10-things-still-made-in-america.html">produces many of its game pieces overseas</a>, including the green and red houses which are made in Ireland, according to The Street.

  • American Flags

    $3.2 million worth of <a href="http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/answer-sheet/post/july-4-facts-where-us-flags-are-made--and-more/2011/07/03/AG9fUZwH_blog.html">American flags were imported by the U.S.</a> in 2010, with the vast majority being made in China, the Washington Post reports.