Wrangler apparel has a rugged American heritage that stretches back to 1943, with the debut of Wrangler 13 MWZ authentic western jeans. Wrangler jeans are a familiar sight at rodeos as the choice of countless cowboys and cowgirls. From the beginning, Wranglers were wear-tested by pro cowboys like Jim Shoulders (16 world championships), Bill Linderman and Freckles Brown for durability, quality and authenticity. You'll see Wrangler jeans more places than the rodeo, though. You'll spot Wrangler jeans at jobsites ... Learn more about Wranglerand knocking around town, anywhere that people need good-looking, hard-working jeans that offer plenty of comfort. As well-known as Wrangler jeans are, Wrangler is much more than a jean company; Wrangler offers casual pants and shorts that look great, wear hard and are easy care. Wrangler shirts come in styles ranging from western classics with snaps to relaxed Wrangler henley shirts ideal for layering. Wrangler jackets and ultra-rugged work wear have all the long-lasting comfort you expect from Wrangler, and make a great choice on the clock or off. So from steer roping to rounding up groceries, trust Wrangler to deliver authentic style and unbeatable comfort. ... Less
Reviewed by Linda from California on Tuesday, June 2, 2015
I love the wrangles Q-Baby jeans. They always look great. I ordered several pair. The only problem that I had is every time I ordered a size 32 in length they came in a 28 or 30. The tag said 32 but they were not. I reordered in a 34 and that seemed true to length.
These are nice jeans, but the pair I got was too short. I ordered a 30" inseam and this pair was at least an inch shorter than another pair of wrangler jeans I got in the same size. I decided to return them.
Reviewed by CLB from CT on Monday, June 1, 2015
Had to send these back. Very disappointed as it's the first time I ever had to do that. These were at least 2-3 waist sizes smaller than what I ordered.
Otherwise they were the right color and length and a nice weight. Just way too small in the waist.
Reviewed by ruff carpenter from Oregon coast on Saturday, May 30, 2015
I work as a carpenter but don't like the loose baggy fit of carhartt's so I switched to wranglers years ago because I like the snug fit.
The defects on my pairs were very minor.
I am 6' and 170 lbs and wear the 33x34. The 32 waist actually fits my waist better but is too tight in the legs and butt to work comfortably. I guess I have a big butt, LOL.