After the success of its Sun Chaser campaign, Wrangler Philippines now introduces a new non-denim line called Timber Creek exclusively for the Philippine market.
As our tropical weather calls for lighter and breathable pants for your laid-back and rugged days Timber Creek equips men with khakis that boasts of a fabric technology no other pair can offer.
They provide an extensive variety of non-denim pants, with more than sixty (60) styles 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. And the best part, its affordable with prices ranging from only P1500-P2600!
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.
Timber Creek Launch
Go for that high energy and be part of an event with endless challenges as Wrangler formally launches Timber Creek on October 13 to 19, 2014 at the Atrium of Robinsons Place Manila.
•Stretch your strongest grip as you ramble into Timber Creek’s wall climbing activity and get a chance to win special prizes from Wrangler.
•Enjoy great privileges and gain access in Timber Creek’s VIP lounge when you present your Wrangler VIP Card or Robinsons Rewards Card.
•The first thirty (30) Wrangler buyers, with a minimum purchase of 2,000.00 pesos on any Wrangler products will take home a pair of Timber Creek pants for free.
Don’t miss your chance to experience a different kind of indoor quest, where style meets adventure and limits go beyond ordinary. Mark your calendars and join the launch of Timber Creek.