Wrangler's company history reflects a much-loved brand that's respected for its quality, heritage, and great fit for riders. From riding jeans, rodeo competition clothing, classic snap shirts, and fashion tops, Wrangler has something for everyone. Wrangler represents an American success story that evolved from chance, opportunity, and vision. Founder C.C. Hudson worked for 7 years sewing on buttons in a Greensboro, NC overall factory before it closed. He purchased sewing machines from the failed business and started the Hudson Overall Company with his brother, Homer. As the company grew, it changed its name to the Blue Bell Overall Co., then became part of Big Ben Manufacturing of Kentucky. The most profound change was in 1943 when Big Ben acquired the Casey Jones Co, a work clothing manufacturer. One of their clothing brands was the rarely-used Wrangler.
Four years later, authentic Wrangler denim blue jeans hit the rodeo scene, endorsed by professional rodeo cowboys and praised for their durability and quality. Over the years Wrangler has expanded and introduced innovative designs and material. From its 14 oz heavy duty sanforized denim to the Ultimate Riding Jean for women, Riggs Workwear, and Performance Cool Vantage, Wrangler's apparel selection continues to grow and encompass more types of people.
Mary's is the smart place to shop for Wrangler jeans for men, women's Wrangler jeans, western shirts, and western wear geared toward comfort, style, and performance. The Wrangler jeans logo is a sure sign of quality and authentic western heritage. Men's Western shirts with snaps, embroidered Western shirts, and men's Wrangler Original Cowboy Cut Jeans, Wrangler Slim Fit Cowboy Cut Jeans, and Q Baby Jeans are always in stock, available in store and online. In addition, Mary's has Wrangler tee shirts, tops, and jeans for boys and girls. Find the Western clothing you need at low prices with quick shipping at Mary's Tack.