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Saba’s Western Wear stores carry a complete line of Wrangler jeans and clothing for men, women, and kids.

Get your Wrangler fix at Saba's!The Wrangler brand name has a long and successful history, according to the Wrangler website. After working in an overalls factory in Greensboro, North Carolina, C.C. Hudson and his brother founded the Hudson Overall Factory in 1904. Business boomed, and the company moved and changed its name to the Blue Bell Overall Company. The company continued to grow and merge. Big Ben Manufacturing of Kentucky purchased Blue Bell and continued to operate it under the name of Blue Bell. Ultimately in 1943, Blue Bell acquired Casey Jones Company, a manufacturer of work clothing. With this, they gained rights to the brand name of Wrangler.

Get your Wrangler fix at Saba'sIn 1947, Wrangler western jeans, designed by celebrity tailor Rodeo Ben, were introduced to American customers. Professional rodeo cowboys tested and endorsed the Wrangler brand. In 1974, Wrangler jeans and shirts became the first and only brand to be officially endorsed by the Pro Rodeo Cowboy Association.

In 1986, Blue Bell merged with VF Corporation of Pennsylvania, making VF one of the largest jeans makers in the world. In 1996, Wrangler became the number-one market share leader in the country.

Get your Wrangler fix at Saba's!When you buy a pair of Wrangler jeans, you know you’re purchasing a reliable product with a distinguished history. But the Wrangler brand isn’t all about jeans – Wrangler also offers a full line of shirts, pants, shorts, jackets and accessories for men, women, and kids. Wrangler’s women’s line also includes dresses and jewelry.

For men, Wrangler Retro Jeans offer Wrangler’s classic five-pocket styling, relaxed or slim fit, sitting low on the waist. For women, the Booty Up style offers a flattering cut with built-in darts to help lift and define the derriere.

Wrangler offers a huge selection of jeans and clothing styles for all tastes. Head to your local Saba’s store and try some on today!

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