Wrangler® Expanded Made in USA Collection With 100% Traceable Cotton Grown by American Farmers

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Wrangler® announced the expansion of its Rooted CollectionTM, a line of jeans and shirts grown, cut, and sewn in the USA. New for Spring ‘22, the brand has introduced men’s and women’s jeans made completely from U.S.-grown sustainable cotton, along with additional state-specific jeans for Alabama, California, North Carolina, and Texas. The purpose of the collection is threefold: to celebrate local farmers, promote sustainable farming practices, and highlight the quality of American craftsmanship.

Contributing to the brand’s goal of 100% sustainable cotton usage by 2025 as part of its WeCare Wrangler™ platform, all cotton in the collection is traceable to individual farms in each jean’s respective state, which were selected for the program due to their commitment to responsible land stewardship practices. Participating farms include Martin Family Farm (Alabama), Tri T Farms (California), Buie Family Farm (North Carolina), and Vanderman Farms (Texas).

Every Wrangler Rooted Collection® state jean features subtle but classic elements like custom metal shanks, rivets, patches, and pocket prints unique to that state. A custom stamp on the pocket lining spotlights each farmer’s name and signature, while the other side nods to their tireless work ethic and responsible land stewardship.

“From start to finish, our approach to this collection reflects the attitude of farmers toward the earth: responsible, respectful, and rooted in U.S. soil,” said Allen Montgomery, vice president of Wrangler NAM western and workwear. “The goal of the Rooted Collection is to honor the American farmer and promote traceability and the sustainable farming practices including soil health, water-saving techniques, and regenerative agriculture.”

The Wrangler Rooted Collection is available on the brand’s website & outlets.

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