Wrangler is environmentally conscious and committed to developing and improving sustainable design and production processes to reduce the impact the business has on the environment.Thank you for reading this post, don't forget to subscribe!
WRANGLER IS HERE TO LEAVE AN IMPRESSION, NOT AN IMPACT
The traditional denim industry is very detrimental to the environment, Wrangler cares about our planet and the people who live on it. As a result, Wrangler is taking steps to reduce the ”boot print” we leave on Earth with ambitious sustainability goals and industry-leading practices. In order to accomplish these goals, Wrangler places emphasis on PLANET, PRODUCT, and PEOPLE.
THE LAND IS AT THE HEART OF EVERYTHING WRANGLER PRODUCES
Cotton is the basis of Wrangler’s iconic denim. This brand is dedicated to protecting the land it grows on. Wrangler challenges itself and the farmers they work with constantly to reduce their impact on the planet, from protecting soil to saving water to reducing waste and energy usage.
DOING MORE WITH LESS. WRANGLER HAS BEEN DOING THAT SINCE 1947.
The iconic denim brand pays close attention to what goes into its clothing and is even more mindful of what they DONT put into them. Resources on the planet are limited, so Wrangler constantly rethinks how products are made and what materials they are made from.
Wrangler is committed to continually pushing the sustainability standards for denim using materials like sustainable cotton, recycled fibers, and hemp.
Our people, whether employed directly by Wrangler or through one of our more than 500 contract facilities around the world, make the Wrangler brand what it is. We’re invested in their safety while at work and their happiness outside of it so we have created safeguards against exploitation and discrimination while giving back to the communities where they live. It also means a continuous commitment to communities around the world by finding more ways to have less of an impact on this planet we call home.