With a history that dates all the way back to 1897, the seed of what would eventually become known as the Wrangler brand was planted when 20-year-old C.C. Hudson left Spring Hill Farm in Tennessee and set out to seek his fortune in North Carolina. At that time, young Hudson accepted a job in an overall factory, where he sewed on buttons for 25 cents per day. After the factory closed in 1904, C.C. and his brother, Homer, started the Hudson Overall Company. Over time, this company blossomed into what we know it to be today.
Serving as a symbol of enduring American freedom, the Wrangler brand is a company that strives hard to embody the spirit of people who work hard while having fun and maintaining their courageous individuality. To that end, every piece of clothing made by the company starts from a place of respect for both the planet as well as the people who call it their home. As such, the company is continually looking for ways to better care for the land as well as its partners and workers throughout the company’s entire supply chain.
Best known for its jeans, the Wrangler brand has an extensive line of clothing products for men, women and children. This includes tees, shirts, tops, shorts, skirts, dresses, jackets, swimwear, work wear and more.