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Wrangler Workwear(TM) Work Shirt with Realtree Camo now available at Menard’s

By PRN NewsWire   

NASHVILLE, Tenn., Oct. 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Retailer Menard’s is now offering the new Wrangler Workwear(TM) work shirt with Realtree camo in all store locations. Wrangler Workwear(TM) and Realtree Camo partnered to design workwear that withstands the demands of a hard worker’s day while maintaining a sense of personal style for the avid outdoorsman. The result is the new Wrangler Workwear(TM) Work Shirt with Realtree Xtra Camo accents. It features durable, wrinkle resistant canvas fabric with full underarm gussets for maximum mobility and ultimate comfort and Realtree Xtra camo accents under the cuff, collar, and on the underarm gusset.

The Wrangler Workwear Camo shirt with Realtree accents comes in a long sleeve style. Currently, the shirt is offered in black and khaki. Both shirts include unique mobility features such as the full underarm gusset and backside pleats. The backside pleats expand when you move for greater range of motion. Other features include a banded collar with permanent collar stays which help the collar retain its shape and provide a professional look. The shirts feature a straight bottom hem which allows the shirt to be work tucked in or out depending on your activity or preference. They are designed with double-needle stitching that helps enhance the professional appearance and durability of the shirt.

The new Wrangler Workwear(TM) shirt with Realtree Xtra accents can now be purchased in all Menard’s stores.

About Wrangler Workwear(TM)

Introduced in 2013, Wrangler Workwear(TM) manufactures premium workwear apparel designed for mobility and comfort while maintaining a professional image. Wrangler Workwear(TM) is a division VF Imagewear, Inc., which is part of VF Corporation, the world’s largest apparel manufacturer. Visit for more information.

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CONTACT: Michael Banner, Wrangler Workwear(TM), 615.565.5029,

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