3 out of 3 people found this product review helpful.
Hubby works on horses...says these are best Wranglers ever!...
My husband has worn Wrangler jeans since he was a teenager...which according to my calculations makes that about a 40 year product relationship! He is true to the brand for sure! He rode bulls in high school and college...wearing the Cowboy Cut 13MWZ. He's been an equine veterinarian for the last 29 years and spends a lot of time bent over working on lameness exams, suturing wounds, and performing surgery. Several years ago he switched to the Rugged Wear Wranglers that had more room in the hip and thigh to accommodate the bending...but they seemed somewhat "baggy". Recently we went to the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas and the Wrangler representative suggested that he try the new Advanced Comfort Fit Wranglers. WHAT AN AMAZING DISCOVERY! These pants have a slight, unnoticeable cut out in the front for men that have a slight "tummy". This design has really helped out for the bending over and type of work that veterinarians do with horses! He will never go back to any other style of jean! Someone at Wrangler is a inventive genius. You won't find a better price on these jeans any where else than Working Person's Store.
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Good Jeans, But Not Worth the Price...
I bought a pair of these direct from Wrangler at a special, introductory price when they first brought them out, and while I can't say that I was disappointed, I can't really say I was impressed, either. For what they charge for these jeans, I really think you get much more for your money with the Riggs line from the same company. I frankly find those more comfortable, better looking, more durable, and with better features, such as the cordura-lined pockets and belt tab and the larger, heavier-duty zipper. I can't really say anything bad about these jeans, but they left me less than enthusiastic, even at the introductory price. At the regular price they're charging now, I'd pass.