Wrangler was created as a sub brand to the work ware company Blue Bell in 1947. The big name designer in western clothing Rodeo Ben was commissioned to create modern clothing for the modern cowboy in post-war America. The brand turned out to be a success and today it is still the leading brand when it comes to western style jeans in the southern parts of the United States!
We estimate this beautiful vintage jacket to have its origin in the 70s. Apart from the absolute earliest Wrangler garments from the late 40 and 50s. We think that the 60s/70s garments made with broken twill denim are Wrangler at their best! This jacket is a clear example of that for us. the patina that these vintage garments get is absolutely incredible and it's hard to imagen that this jacket has been dark blue and new at one pint.
The jacket is in good shape for it's age. It has a few holes that might need a repair at some point but it's wearable as it is at the moment.
The jacket has now visible size but we would say that it fits like a womans S.
- Vintage 70's Wrangler Ranch Coat Broken Twill Denim Jacket - Cotton broken twill denim - Synthetic sherpa lining - Wrangler snap buttons - Two lower front pockets - Two chest pockets - Made in USA
All measurements are in centimeters and measured on a flat surface. Width is measured straight across the chest from armpit to armpit, length is measured at the back of the garment from the neck down and the sleeve length is measured on the underarm from the armpit to the end of the cuff.