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Wrangler 13MWZDD Mens Cowboy Cut Regular Fit Jeans Dark Stone
Brand : Wrangler
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Wrangler Cowboy Cut Regular Fit Jeans Dark Stone - 13MWZDD
PREMIUM GOLD BUCKLE COLLECTION
Wrangler Cowboy Cut Regular Fit Jeans Dark Stone
Tough, heavyweight broken twill denim with five-pocket styling made from Sanforized 100% cotton. The original fit for original cowboys.
- Styling: Classic Five Pocket
- Fit: Original
- Rise: Natural
- Front Closure Type: Zipper fly with button closure
- Leg Opening: Fits over boot
- Fabric: 100% Cotton / 14.75 oz.
- Color: Dark Stone
PREMIUM GOLD BUCKLE COLLECTION : The gold buckle name has long been a symbol of Wrangler's excellence in western apparel. Only the finest quality material combined with superior craftsmanship can create such a distinct and attractive line of western wear worthy of the Gold Buckle Collection.
Wrangler is an American manufacturer of jeans and other clothing items. The brand is owned by the VF Corporation, who also own Lee, JanSport, and The North Face, among others. Its headquarters is in downtown Greensboro, North Carolina in the United States, with production plants in a variety of locations throughout the world.
Wrangler brings you the quality and care you’ve come to expect in the George Strait Cowboy Cut Collection. This shirt is a long sleeve button down in a blue, light blue and teal plaid. Features include button-down collar, adjustable sleeve cuffs, and button flap pockets featuring the George Strait logo. Made from durable 100% cotton and is machine washable. The quality of this shirt is backed by a full one-year warranty from Wrangler.
Wrangler® is enduring American freedom; it’s in the spirit of people who work hard, have fun and recognize courageous individuality. As a company, we believe in solid commitments and perseverance in the face of obstacles and challenges. Most of all, we respect ourselves, each other, our western heritage and the environment in which we live. It’s the same as ever, even before the first pair of Wrangler® jeans were made in 1947. Our history runs parallel to the rise of the country, our jeans worn by the same people who built it.