Uncovering the Men's Underwear Market
By Mintel | 10 May 2000
A new report on the underwear shopping habits of British men paints a picture of unsophisticated consumers who rely on their partners to buy their underwear, and only buy new underwear when the old needs replacing. The latest research from consumer market analyst Mintel also suggests that comfort and fit are more important than style.
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