Lounge Acts

Leand, Judy
May 2005
SGB;May2005, Vol. 38 Issue 5, p48
Trade Publication
Presents several after-sport footwear. Factors influencing the after-sport footwear market; Target consumers of the Power Lounger collection from Timberland; Features of the Fitness women's after-sport slide from Rider.


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