US men's underwear sales on the rise
By just-style.com | 16 January 2004
Retail sales of men's underwear in the US are heading for fast growth in 2004-08, boosted by increasing numbers of men under age 35 and new looks and functionality. Best-sellers will be boxers and boxer-briefs, while sales of men's briefs will continue to lag says the latest research.
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