Wrangler Jeans – The Western Jeans

6b8479ef-1df8-4a59-98a9-3dd7eb4de116.jpgWrangler is one of our favorite vendors here at CG because it is an oldie but a goodie. They have been worn & endorsed by Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jason Aldean and many other famous actors, musicians and sports lovers.

The first pair of Wrangler Jeans were made back in 1974 & were endorsed by professional rodeo cowboys for their durability and quality soon after in 1948. This company has building and improving ever since. By 2003, Wrangler was introducing new brands such as Riggs & Wrangler Pro Gear. We sell a lot of Riggs clothing here because it is a premium work clothing line. The pro gear line is more for a serious sportsman or hunter.

They are sold in department stores, pop up shops and on the web. However, we try to bring them to you at low prices because we know you’re working hard in them. Below are a few of the fan favorites on the site:

#1 The Riggs Fire Resistant Carpenter Jean

If you are around sparks or flames, these pants can save ya. They are fire resistant while also offering comfort and storage. There is a hammer loop and extra deep pockets. The fit is regular and sits at the waist. We have men of all ages loving these pants!

 

#2 The Wrangler Relaxed Fit Jean

If you are looking for an everyday pair of jeans, these are for you. There are three different color options on these ones: Antique Indigo (left), Vintage Indigo (top right) and black. They are great for working outdoors or being active. There is a five pocket styling in these 100% cotton jeans.

 

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