The trend for high-end sportswear is nothing new, but it’s been taking a new twist this year.
Jockey shorts, which can be worn by jockeys, can often be found in a variety of styles and styles, from the more casual to the more extravagant.
A study conducted by the University of Southern California’s Sport Marketing Institute found that in 2017, men’s and women’s Jockey bags accounted for 47 percent and 45 percent of sales, respectively.
This is up from 36 percent and 34 percent in 2016.
The trend is seen in some other categories as well, too.
In 2016, men were the most likely to purchase sports shoes with a Jockey bag.
The trend has also been seen with women’s sports apparel, with the study finding that women made up 43 percent of all Jockey sales in 2017.
The research also found that men are more likely to buy jeans, while women are more interested in high-quality sports jackets.
In 2017, women’s jackets accounted for 40 percent of Jockey purchases, compared to 38 percent in 2014.
Jobs in the sportswears industry are also up in recent years, with sales of the sportwear and accessories industry soaring, with total sales increasing by 3 percent between 2015 and 2017.
According to the study, this trend is partly fueled by the rise of the men’s apparel industry, which grew by 14 percent from 2014 to 2017.
This led to a 17 percent increase in sales of men’s sportswatches, while men’s shoes grew by 3.5 percent.
A total of $7.8 billion was spent on men’s sporting goods and accessories in 2017 and the industry generated $3.2 billion in revenue, the study found.
Source: The Irish Express