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Wrangler expands active workwear product line
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Feb '14
New, premium workwear brand, Wrangler Workwear, recently extended their product line. These line extensions continue to build upon the premise that comfort and mobility are expected and a necessity among physically active workers.  
 
Wrangler Workwear was born from the idea that durable workwear doesn't have to be uncomfortable.
 
Like the core line of garments, the new products are specifically designed with the wearers' comfort in mind as well as their range of motion.  Whether someone is bending, stretching, lifting or climbing, Wrangler Workwear moves with them. 
 
The new products include a men's utility pant with a double knee and a cell phone pocket, a men's plain front short, women's work shirts, women's plain front pants, and women's cargo pants.  In conjunction with the new products, Wrangler Workwear is also adding 3 new colors to their men's work shirts-chocolate brown, olive green, and silver grey. 
 
Both the men's and women's products offer comfort and mobility features.  The shirts include backside pleats and underarms gussets for ease of movement throughout the day's work.  The pants and shorts feature inseams gussets to provide maximum range of motion when bending, stretching, and squatting.  All products also feature the original workwear canvas to provide durability for any job's working environment.
 
"We are very excited about the new Wrangler Workwear products.  We feel that our workwear helps satisfy a need state for physically active workers who demand workwear that is comfortable, durable, and professional looking," said Cindy Chatman-Marshall, Director of Marketing at VF Imagewear.
 
The complete Wrangler Workwear line consists of both men's and women's premium workwear garments including work shirts, work pants, and jackets.
 
About Wrangler Workwear
Introduced in 2013, Wrangler Workwear manufactures premium workwear apparel designed for mobility and comfort.  Wrangler Workwear is a division VF Imagewear, Inc., which is part of VF Corporation, the world's largest apparel manufacturer. 
 

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