Sales of sportswear are likely to benefit from ongoing changes in consumer lifestyles in the Netherlands with more people aware of the importance of taking part in sport and fitness activities. Consumers increasingly see more active lifestyles as a way to improve their quality of life, as well as a way to improve their health.
The popularity of gaming and the virtual world will increasingly influence sportswear. For instance, more sportswear manufacturers such as adidas are beginning to use the metaverse as a tool to introduce new products and generate interest among consumers, a trend likely to increase rapidly over the forecast period.
Global players increasingly look to make local connections. For instance, Daily Paper is a Dutch fashion label from Amsterdam that also creates jersey designs for the premier Amsterdam football team Ajax, in association with adidas.
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Sportswear is an aggregation of performance, outdoor and sports-inspired clothing and footwear. Sportswear includes products designed for all ages including sportswear for children. Sportswear includes items across all clothing and footwear categories: shorts and trousers, dresses and skirts, tops, jumpers, jackets & coats, track suits/athletic sets, underwear, swimwear, hosiery, accessories including headwear, gloves, scarves. Please note sportwear is duplicated category and sports clothing and footwear products are also included across all relevant clothing and footwear categories.See All of Our Definitions
This report originates from Passport, our Sportswear research and analysis database.
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