Garth Brooks announces clothing line with CINCH Jeans & Shirts

Garth Brooks and CINCH Jeans & Shirts will launch “Garth Brooks Sevens by CINCH” and will feature jeans and shirts endorsed and inspired by the record-breaking music legend. This marks Brooks’ first licensed clothing endorsement in his 26-years as a singer, songwriter and performer.

The “Garth Brooks Sevens by CINCH” clothing line showcases high-quality jeans and shirts at accessible prices. Designs come from Brooks’ stage-inspired styling and combine his high-energy on-stage presence with CINCH’s commitment to authentic western apparel. High-quality fabrics, ideal fit and unique western taste will be seen in all “Garth Brooks Sevens by CINCH” clothing. The shirts and jeans in the line are geared towards the core western lifestyle audience and all those who love the cowboy way.

The Brooks and CINCH Jeans & Shirts collaboration was born from synergies around authenticity, passion for the western lifestyle and a responsibility to serve others. Brooks’ commitment to the country music and entertainment business is amplified by CINCH’s pledge to stay true to its core western lifestyle customer. Similarly, Brooks’ involvement with important charities, such as Teammates for Kids Foundation, was significant to CINCH, who also focuses its business efforts around growing western lifestyle and entertainment event opportunities for cowboys. Authenticity is at the core of “Garth Brooks Sevens by CINCH” clothing line, which embodies functional and fashion-forward styling.

The “Garth Brooks Sevens by CINCH” clothing line will be available for sale at your local CINCH retailers in the early fall 2016.

Retailers will first see the line at the Denver Merchandise Market in January 2016.

Author: Buddy Iahn

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