Wrangler Bryson Jeans
Wrangler Bryson - modern form built on the back of decades of denim experience. Skinny leg with zip fly.
The history of Wrangler jeans dates to 1897, when 20-year-old C.C. Hudson left his home in Williamson county and made his way to North Carolina seeking his fortune in the emerging textile industry. From sewing buttons on to overalls for 25 cents a day, Hudson went on to launch the popular Wrangler jeans which have been selling strongly ever since and has become one of the market leaders in denim wear.