Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Style & Comfort with Timber Creek Collection by Wrangler

We were at the Timber Creek launch last Sept. 16th.  Timber Creek is Wrangler’s newest All Men’s Non-Denim line infusing ingenious technology into easy-care style. A line eliciting bold confidence for the man on-the-go, secures comfort in movement without compromising a fashionable statement to your look. 

The Philippines is Wrangler’s fastest growing market and due to the popular demand for non-denim wear, Wrangler U.S.A. proudly announces that the Timber Creek collection is nowhere else available but in the Philippines! Tropical weather calls for lighter and breathable pants for your laid-back and rugged days. 

Timber Creek equips men with khakis that boast a fabric technology no other pair can offer. They provide an extensive variety of non-denim pants, with more than sixty (60) SKUs available. Timber Creek is a diverse selection that marks limitless possibilities of comfort, style and functionality---definite must-have for any active quest this season.

The ‘IT’ pieces from the Timber Creek line are Weekender and Wrancher which exhibit an appealing outdoor style with its W stitched risers, clean finish belt loop, slant front pocket and single welt pocket. The sharp casual khakis feature a hidden flexible waist and stain proof material encouraging worry-free explorations. 

The Timber Creek collection by Wrangler is exclusive to the Philippine market, offering the widest selection of non-denim pants that will surely match any of your ensembles. Timber Creek guarantees you confidence every time you wear them.

Wrangler stores are located at TriNoma, Gateway Mall, Ayala Fairview Terraces, Market! Market!, Glorietta 2, Harbor Point Subic, Abreeza Mall Davao, Gaisano Mall Tagum, Centrio Cagayan de Oro, Mindoro, Zamboanga, and all other leading department stores nationwide. Wrangler is also available online at Lazada, please visit lazada.com.ph. 

For more information, please visit www.Wrangler-AP.com. Follow WranglerPH in Instragram and Twitter.

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