January 2006
Apparel Market Research Handbook;2006, p51
Market Research Report
Book Chapter
Chapter 13 of the book "The 2006 Apparel Market Research Handbook" is presented. It discusses the consumer expenditure on sports apparel in the U.S. in previous years. The spending was distributed according to men's, women's, and children's apparel. Moreover, spending on sports apparel by category is listed including t-shirts, swimwear, and shorts.


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