Wrangler Rugged Wear Men’s Woodland Thermal Jean

December 26, 2014 - Comment

Wrangler jeans with cold-weather smarts These Rugged Wear jeans feature red quilted Thinsulate lining. Thinsulate dries quickly, holds body heat, and is warmer than down – without excess bulk. Button waist and zipper fly. Five-pocket styling with deep front pockets. Denim jean is easy-care machine wash. Imported. 06 – Stonewash is made of 13. 75

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Wrangler jeans with cold-weather smarts These Rugged Wear jeans feature red quilted Thinsulate lining. Thinsulate dries quickly, holds body heat, and is warmer than down – without excess bulk. Button waist and zipper fly. Five-pocket styling with deep front pockets. Denim jean is easy-care machine wash. Imported. 06 – Stonewash is made of 13. 75 oz. cotton denim. 41 – Brown is made of 10 oz. cotton denim.

Product Features

  • 100% cotton denim
  • Extra deep front pockets
  • Quilted lining of 100 gram Thinsulate insulation
  • Machine wash warm, tumble dry
  • Imported

Comments

GeoGil says:

Warmest Jeans I do a lot of short hikes in the local forest preserves and parks with my dog as an avid Geocacher and don’t want to be changing from ski or other type lined pants for quick trips to a restaurant, visiting friends, the bank, the dentist. These jeans are the warmest that fit that need. Some hunting, ski, and camo pants also have thinsulate or even wool or down linings but don’t have the appearance of regular blue jeans.Though these jeans are not waterproof, the thinsulate lining…

dimsal says:

Good, almost great Thinsulate lining means these jeans are almost as warm as a down parka jacket. This lining material is also silky soft and feels more natural compared to the more artificial-feeling polyesther fleece used in many competing pants.These jeans offer more “tailored” fit than the pair of Wrangler Thinsulate lined jeans marketed by Riggs Workwear which I also have. This seems to go against their listing that states “relaxed” and “oversized” fit. I would perhaps rather describe them as…

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