Iconic American denim brand Wrangler opened its branch at the 2nd level of Limketkai Center last March 26.
They have SPA line jeans that have special oils which give fragrance that doesn’t go away even after washing.
Wrangler has also launched its digital competition “True Wanderer,” an Asia-Pacific-wide competition that aims to create a community of adventurers by engaging Filipino riders and empowering them in their journeys. It celebrates the bold souls who always seek unlimited possibilities through new places and experiences.
The contest is open to all Filipino riders who can make an entry in the form of previous biking photos with a story on why they should be chosen as a True Wanderer. Ten rider finalists will be picked out by a panel of bike experts and travel enthusiasts from the pool of entries. The finalists will then embark on a five-day journey in selected locales in the country while riding their bikes and wearing Wrangler’s key items.
Wrangler Philippines President Daisy Go said that their jeans are purposely designed to enhance comfort and style for the open road that is why Wrangler is the perfect companion of every True Wanderer as he goes off on his explorations.
The contest’s main venue will be the True Wanderer microsite (www.wranglertruewanderer.com), where followers of the competition can also take part in each contestant’s journey. The microsite will serve as a travel diary where each contestant’s experiences will be documented through a mix of words, photos, and videos.
One winner will be proclaimed at the end of the contest and will win a motorbike and Php 100,000 worth of Wrangler products. He will then become the Philippine representative to the Asia Pacific-wide competition, where he will go head to head with other True Wanderer winners from across Asia Pacific.
For more information and updates, visit the True Wanderer microsite at www.wranglertruewanderer.com or follow Wrangler on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram: WranglerPH.
Photos by Shaun Alejandrae Yap Uy