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20X by Wrangler

Wrangler® 20X®

From the greatest rodeo athletes in the world to hard-rocking country musicians, the new cowboy wears Wrangler® 20X®. Their competition is different, but their jeans are the same.

Wrangler® 20X® is a collection built for the pace of today's new cowboy. On the go, on the road, on a mission to make a mark in the world, the modern style of Wrangler® 20X® suits the mood perfectly.

Wrangler 20X
Wrangler 20X
Wrangler 20X
  • TEAM 20X

    It's not just about rodeo in these parts. If you're pushing yourself to the limits in whatever sport, task or pursuit in life you are passionate about, chances are you're a new cowboy. Like these guys. They're seasoned by everything from world champion bull riding competition to singing live in front of thousands of country music fans to winning as part of a professional football team.

    20X Team
  • Austin Meier, Bull Rider

    As the top bull rider in the Professional Bull Riders circuit, Austin Meier ranked third in the 2011 Built Ford Tough Series. He also finished second in the 2010 Professional Bull Riders World Cup. Austin is from Kinta, Oklahoma and has been riding pro for eight years. In 2013, he's set to cross the $1 million mark in career earnings.


    1. Meet Austin
    Austin Meier
  • 2012 PBR World Champion Silvano Alves

    Silvano Alves earned his second world title at the 2012 PBR Built Ford Tough Finals. "Every bull rider dreams of winning the world championship. To do it twice is very special," said Silvano.

    Silvano's earnings topped $1.4 million in 2012 making him one of the winningist bull riders on the circuit. He has a 66.29% ride percentage with an average score of 85.09.

    Silvano is performing well on the 2013 tour and has his eye on a three-peat. We can't wait for October 2013 to see how Silvano caps this year off in grand style.


    1. Meet Silvano
    Silvano Alves
  • 2012 World Champion Bareback Rider Kaycee Feild

    Kaycee Feild was building up a head of steam going into the 2012 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. In the 2011 Finals competition, this Utah native won a record six rounds and set the average record with 860.5 points on 10 head and had the highest season total ever for a bareback rider, according to our friends at the PRCA. Kaycee kept strong throughout 2012, breaking his own arena record with a 91-point ride at the Justin Boots Playoffs in Puyallup, Washington.

    The field of competition at the 2012 Finals was no match for this Feild. Kaycee earned his second world title and topped $1 million in career earnings.

    In addition to winning world championship buckles, Kaycee is an ambassador for our Wrangler National Patriot program and entertained the troops in Kuwait and Iraq with roping demonstrations as part of the Wrangler National Patriot tour since 2012. Kaycee is the son of five-time PRCA world champion Lewis Feild.


    1. Meet Kaycee
    Kaycee Feild
  • Cody Johnson, Country Music Artist

    Cody Johnson stands out in the music industry as a true cowboy country music star. As the leader of the Cody Johnson band, his music is the perfect blend of country and rock that hits close to the heart. Johnson's passion for music has launched him and his band members to stardom. In 2011, Johnson won the Texas Regional Music Award for "New Male Vocalist of the Year." Despite his success, Johnson has stayed true to his roots and remains in his hometown, happily married to the love of his life, Brandi.


    1. Meet Cody
    Cody Johnson
  • Bear Pascoe, Pro Football Player

    At Fresno State, Bear Pascoe played in 45 games with 37 starts. During his college career he blocked six field goal kicks, breaking the school's career record, and finished second on the team in receptions, catching 40 for a total of 400 yards and 4 touchdowns. After school, Pascoe was signed to the Giant's active roster on September 14, 2010 as a tight end and fullback. Since then, he's played in all 35 regular-season games with 23 starts and has played in 4 postseason games.


    1. Meet Bear
    Bear Pascoe
  • Spencer Mitchell, Team Roper

    Spencer Mitchell is a third-generation rodeo cowboy, having grown up in a family of champion team ropers. Spencer was a three-time National High School Rodeo qualifier and has been a member of the Pro Rodeo Cowboy Association since 2006. He has won a number of national titles and, as a WNFR Qualifier in 2011, won Round 10 of the finals.


    1. Meet Spencer
    Spencer Mitchell
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