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Brett Favre new face of Wrangler Riggs Workwear
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Jun '15
Wrangler Riggs Workwear has named NFL Hall of Famer, Brett Favre the new face of its industrial grade apparel collection.

“Favre, a long-standing Wrangler brand partner, will appear in the collection’s upcoming 2015 marketing campaign,” a Wrangler press release informed.

“Brett Favre is the epitome of hard work, so it’s only natural that he serves as the face of our collection,” said Craig Errington, vice president of marketing communications, Wrangler Specialty Apparel.

“His dependability, toughness and down-to-earth demeanour makes him the ideal partner for this collection,” Errington added.

Wrangler Riggs Workwear uses quality field-tested materials that are durable, versatile, easy to care for, and, most of all, comfortable right off the shelf.

Backed by the brand’s lifetime warranty, Wrangler Riggs Workwear has a robust product roster that offers innovative technology and convenient features.

The pants are developed with Cordura fabric specifically engineered to offer strength without sacrificing comfort.

It incorporates durable fabrics designed to deliver unparalleled protection, including abrasion-resistant Durashield denim and is 100 percent cotton and prevents tearing and offers added breathability.

It has an exclusive room2move relaxed fit with gusseted construction that allows for a greater range of motion in all directions.

It is made from FR protective fabric specially designed to meet flame resistant requirements from leading protection agencies.

Brett Favre said, “I have always looked to Wrangler for comfortable jeans, and have worn Riggs for years doing work around my property.”

“The products give me the protection and durability I need along with the comfort I have grown to expect,” he too added.

Wrangler Riggs Workwear apparel is available nationwide in specialty stores, including worker apparel chains, farm & fleet, and western wear stores, as well as through online and catalogue retailers. (AR)

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