The US Apparel and Footwear Industry Outlook to 2015 - Changing Consumer Behavior and Purchasing Decisions

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The US Apparel and Footwear Industry Outlook to 2015 - Changing Consumer Behavior and Purchasing Decisions
The report titled “The US Apparel and Footwear Industry Outlook to 2015 – Changing Consumer Behavior and Purchasing Decisions” provides a comprehensive analysis on the market size of Apparel, Athletic Apparel, Fashion Apparel, Footwear, Athletic Footwear and Athletic Apparel, per capita expenditure, per capita expenditure as a percentage of GDP, market segmentation, competitive landscape and company profiles of major players operating in the US. The report also entails the SWOT analysis of the apparel industry and the footwear industry in the US.

The future projections are presented for the US apparel and footwear industry focusing on the segments such as men’s wear, women’s wear, children’s wear, athletic apparel and footwear providing an insight on the prospects in the US apparel and footwear industry.

The US apparel and footwear market is a mature and saturated industry with the presence of several large scale and small scale manufacturers, retailers and wholesalers who compete globally as well as in the domestic market. The US is one of the largest importers of apparel and footwear in the world with manufacturing units majorly located outside the US. In 2010, apparels worth USD ~ million were imported from countries including China, El Salvador, Honduras, Cambodia, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Indonesia, India and others. China contributed USD ~ million to the total US apparel and footwear Imports. In 2010, the total consumer expenditure on apparel and footwear showcased a positive growth of ~%, on account of the reviving economic conditions and increasing employment opportunities in the country.

The apparel market in the US is dominated by the women’s apparel segment which contributed around ~% of the total apparel market in 2010. In 2010, the women’s segment contributed USD ~ million of the total apparel market revenue of USD ~ million.

The US apparel market is predominantly driven by the non-athletic apparels which include jeans wear, casual wear, corporate wear, occasional wear, intimate wear, knits, sweaters, jackets and others. The non-athletic wear market contributed around ~% of the total apparel market in 2010.

The US apparel market is fragmented with the presence of several large scale and small scale manufacturers, retailers and wholesalers, of which the top 14 companies contributed around ~% of the total apparel market revenue in 2010.

The apparel market is expected to witness many consolidations as firms will merge to achieve operational efficiency and diversify their operations to the developing markets which has a wide consumer base and provides favorable business opportunities. The US apparel market is likely to witness a modest growth in the next 5 years as the consumer spending level increases with a rise in the employment opportunities. This market is estimated to be worth USD ~ million by 2015 accompanied by an expected surge in the purchasing activity in the women segment.

The US footwear market is a USD ~ billion industry in 2010 which has achieved several milestones during the period 2005-2007. The market revenue in 2007 grew by ~% to USD ~ million as compared to USD ~ million in 2005.

Although the footwear market in the US is led by non-athletic footwear with a share contribution of ~% in 2010, the athletic footwear market has continued to mark its presence in the footwear market with a share contribution of ~% in 2010. The Athletic footwear in the US grew by ~% to US ~ million in 2010 after a decline in period from 2008-2009. The market in 2010 registered a strong demand for walking, running, basketball, training and toning shoes.

Over the years, it has been witnessed that the women segment registered strong demand for fashion boots and office or outdoor fashion footwear. This activity in the women segment accompanied by profound preference towards fashionable and trendy lifestyle has resulted into ~% contribution to the total fashion footwear market in the US.

The US footwear market is fragmented with the presence of several players, of which NIKE contributed around ~% of the total revenue of the footwear market in 2010. This contribution has been supplemented by the active demand for Nike Air Force 1 mid and low for kids and grownups/ adults, Jordan Retro 9 and 6, Nike Shox Turbo+11 and Land shark football cleat.

The footwear market in the US is likely to recover in the next couple of years along with a cautious purchasing approach of the customers. The changing perception about fashion, restricted frequency of purchases and rising importance on product cost and attributes will likely to drive the consumer purchasing decisions in the footwear market in the US. The US footwear market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 4.0% from 2010-2015.

Key Topics Covered in the Report:
  • The market size of the US Apparel and Footwear industry and Per Capita Consumption and Contribution to GDP, 2005-2010
  • Market segmentation of the US apparel and footwear industry covering Men’s wear, Women’s wear and Children’s wear, type of clothing stores, athletic and non-athletic apparel and footwear and fashion apparel and footwear segments, 2005-2010
  • SWOT analysis of apparel and footwear industry in the US
  • Recent trends and developments in the industry
  • Competitive landscape of the various players operating in the US apparel and footwear market and sportswear segments, 2010
  • Company profiles of leading players in the US apparel and footwear and in the athletic wear segments
  • Future outlook and projections on the basis of several quantitative and qualitative factors affecting the apparel and footwear industry focusing on the segments such as athletic apparel and footwear, men’s wear, women’s wear and children’s wear, 2011-2015
  • Cause and effect relationship between the dependent and the independent factors prevailing in the US apparel and footwear market.
1. THE US APPAREL AND FOOTWEAR MARKET INTRODUCTION

2. THE US APPAREL AND FOOTWEAR MARKET SIZE BY PERSONAL CONSUMPTION EXPENDITURE, 2005-2010

3. THE US APPAREL AND FOOTWEAR PER CAPITA CONSUMPTION AND CONTRIBUTION TO GDP, 2005-2010

4. THE US APPAREL AND FOOTWEAR MARKET TRENDS AND DEVELOPMENTS

5. THE US APPAREL MARKET

5.1. The US Apparel Market Size by Personal Consumption Expenditure, 2005-2010
5.2. The US Apparel Per Capita Consumption and Contribution to GDP, 2005-2010
5.3. The US Apparel Market Segmentation, 2005-2010
  5.3.1. By Men’s Wear, Women’s Wear and Children’s Wear Market Size by Personal Consumption Expenditure, 2005-2010
  5.3.2. By Men’s, Women’s, Children’s and Family Clothing Retail Stores
  5.3.3. By Athletic and Non Athletic Wear, 2005-2010
5.4. The US Athletic Apparels Market
  5.4.1. Market Size by Personal Consumption Expenditure, 2005-2010
  5.4.2. The US Athletic Apparel Market Major Players’ Market Share, 2010
  5.4.3. The US Athletic Apparel Future Outlook and Future Projections, 2011-2015
  5.4.4. Major Athletic Apparel Company Profiles
    5.4.4.1. NIKE
      Company Overview
      Business Strategies
      Financial Performance
    5.4.4.2. Adidas Group
      Company Overview
      Business Strategies
      Financial Performance
5.5. The US Fashion Apparel Market
  5.5.1. Market Size by Sales, 2008-2010
  5.5.2. The US Fashion Wear Market Segmentation by Women’s, Men’s, Children’s Fashion Apparel, 2008-2010
5.6. SWOT Analysis of the US Apparel Market
  Strengths
  Weaknesses
  Opportunities
  Threats
5.7. The US Apparel Market Major Players’ Market Share, 2010
5.8. The US Apparel Market Future Outlook and Projections, 2011-2015
  5.8.1. Cause and Effect Relationship between Dependent and Independent Factors Prevailing in the US Apparel Market
  5.8.2. The US Apparel Market Future Projections, 2011-2015
  5.8.3. Women’s, Men’s and Children’s Apparel Future Projections, 2011-2015
5.9. Company Profile of Major Players Operating in the US Apparel Market, 2008-2010
  5.9.1. GAP Inc.
      Company Overview
      Business Strategies
      Financial and Operational Performance
    5.9.1.1. TJX Companies Inc.
      Company Overview
      Business Strategies
      Financial and Operational Performance
    5.9.1.2. VF Corp.
      Company Overview
      Business Strategies
      Financial Performance
    5.9.1.3. Limited Brands
      Company Overview
      Business Strategies
      Financial and Operational Performance
    5.9.1.4. Ross Stores
      Company Overview
      Business Strategies
      Financial and Operational Performance

6. THE US FOOTWEAR MARKET

6.1. The US Footwear Market Size by Personal Consumption Expenditure, 2005-2010
6.2. The US Footwear Per Capita Consumption and Contribution to GDP, 2005-2010
6.3. The US Footwear Market Segmentation, 2005-2010
  6.3.1. By Non-Athletic and Athletic Footwear, 2005-2010
6.4. The US Athletic Footwear Market
  6.4.1. Market Size by Personal Consumption Expenditure, 2005-2010
  6.4.2. The US Athletic Footwear Market Segmentation, 2005-2010
    6.4.2.1. By Gender, 2005-2010
    6.4.2.2. By Product Category, 2005-2010
    6.4.2.3. By Channel of Distribution
  6.4.3. The US Athletic Footwear Market Major Players’ Market Share, 2010
  6.4.4. The US Athletic Footwear Future Outlook and Projections, 2011-2015
  6.4.5. Major Athletic Footwear Company Profiles
    6.4.5.1. NIKE
      Company Overview
      Business Strategies
      Financial Performance
    6.4.5.2. Foot Locker
      Company Overview
      Business Strategies
      Financial and Operational Performance
    6.4.5.3. Skechers USA, Inc.
      Company Overview
      Financial Performance
    6.4.5.4. Adidas Group
      Company Overview
      Business Strategies
      Financial Performance
6.5. The US Fashion Footwear Market
  6.5.1. Market Size by Sales, 2008-2010
  6.5.2. The US Fashion Footwear Market Segmentation, 2008-2010
    6.5.2.1. By Women’s, Men’s and Children’s Footwear, 2008-2010
6.6. SWOT Analysis of the US Footwear Market
  Strengths
  Weaknesses
  Opportunities
  Threats
6.7. The US Footwear Market Major Players’ Market Share, 2010
6.8. The US Footwear Market Future Outlook and Projections, 2011-2015
  6.8.1. Cause and Effect Relationship between Dependent and Independent Factors Prevailing in the US Footwear Market
  6.8.2. The US Footwear Future Projections, 2011-2015
6.9. Company Profile of Major Players Operating in the US Footwear Market, 2008-2010
  6.9.1. Collective Brands
    Company Overview
  vBusiness Strategies
    Financial Performance
  6.9.2. Brown Shoes
    Company Overview
    Business Strategies
    Financial and Operational Performance

7. MACRO ECONOMIC AND INDUSTRY FACTORS: CURRENT AND PROJECTIONS

7.1. Population, 2005-2015
7.2. Demographic Distribution of Population on the basis of Age, 2009-2015
7.3. GDP, 2005-2015
7.4. Personal Disposable Income, 2005-2015
7.5. The US Apparel and Footwear Exports, 2005-2015
7.6. The US Apparel and Footwear Imports, 2005-2015
7.7. Consumer Price Index, 2005-2015

8. APPENDIX

8.1. Market Definition
8.2. Abbreviations
8.3. Research Methodology
  Data Collection Methods
  Approach
  Variables (Dependent and Independent)
  Multi Factor Based Sensitivity Model
  Final Conclusion
8.4. Disclaimer

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1: The US Apparel and Footwear Market Size by Personal Consumption Expenditure in USD Million, 2005-2010
Figure 2: The US Apparel and Footwear Per Capita Consumption in USD and Contribution to GDP in Percentage, 2005-2010
Figure 3: The US E-Commerce Retail Sales of Apparel and Footwear in USD Million, 2005-2010
Figure 4: The US Apparel Market Size by Personal Consumption Expenditure in USD Million, 2005-2010
Figure 5: The US Apparel Per Capita Consumption in USD and Contribution to GDP in Percentage, 2005-2010
Figure 6: The US Apparel Market Segmentation by Women’s Wear, Men’s Wear and Children’s Wear on the Basis of Personal Consumption Expenditure in Percentage, 2005-2010
Figure 7: The US Apparel Market Segmentation by Non-Athletic and Athletic Apparels on the Basis of Personal Consumption Expenditure in Percentage (%), 2005-2010
Figure 8: The US Athletic Apparel Market Size by Personal Consumption Expenditure in USD Million, 2005-2010
Figure 9: The Projected US Athletic Apparel Market Size by Personal Consumption Expenditure in USD Million, 2011-2015
Figure 10: Total Domestic Athletic Apparel Revenue of NIKE in USD Million, 2008-2010
Figure 11: Total Domestic Athletic Apparel Revenue of Adidas Group in USD Million, 2008-2010
Figure 12: The US Fashion Apparel Market Size by Sales in USD Million, 2008-2010
Figure 13: The US Fashion Apparel Market Segmentation by Women’s, Men’s and Children’s Apparel on the Basis of Sales in Percentage, 2008-2010
Figure 14: The US Fashion Apparel Market Segmentation by Women’s, Men’s and Children’s Apparel on the Basis of Sales in USD Million, 2008-2010
Figure 15: The Projected US Apparel Market Size by Personal Consumption Expenditure in USD Million, 2011-2015
Figure 16: The Projected US Apparel Market Size by Women’s, Men’s and Children’s Apparel on the Basis of Personal Consumption Expenditure in Percentage, 2011-2015
Figure 17: Total Domestic Apparel Revenue of GAP Inc. in USD Million, 2008-2010
Figure 18: Total Domestic Apparel Revenue of TJX Companies Inc. in USD Million, 2008-2010
Figure 19: Total Domestic Apparel Revenue of VF Corp. in USD Million, 2008-2010
Figure 20: Total Domestic Apparel Revenue of Limited Brands in USD Million, 2008-2010
Figure 21: Total Domestic Apparel Revenue of Ross Stores in USD Million, 2008-2010
Figure 22: The US Footwear Market Size by Personal Consumption Expenditure in USD Million, 2005-2010
Figure 23: The US Footwear Per Capita Consumption in USD and Contribution to GDP in Percentage, 2005-2010
Figure 24: The US Footwear Market Segmentation by Non-Athletic and Athletic Footwear by Personal Consumption Expenditure in Percentage (%), 2005-2010
Figure 25: The US Athletic Footwear Market Size by Personal Consumption Expenditure in USD Million, 2005-2010
Figure 26: The US Athletic Footwear Market Segmentation by Female and Male on the Basis of Personal Consumption Expenditure in Percentage, 2005-2010
Figure 27: The US Athletic Footwear Segmentation by Channel of Distribution on the Basis of Sales in Percentage, 2010
Figure 28: The Projected US Athletic Footwear Market Size by Personal Consumption Expenditure in USD Million, 2011-2015
Figure 29: Total Domestic Footwear Revenue of Nike in USD Million, 2008-2010
Figure 30: Total Domestic Footwear Revenue of Foot Locker in USD Million, 2008-2010
Figure 31: Total Domestic Footwear Revenue of Skechers USA, Inc. in USD Million, 2008-2010
Figure 32: Total Domestic Footwear Revenue of Adidas Group in USD Million, 2008-2010
Figure 33: The US Fashion Footwear Market Size by Sales in USD Million, 2008-2010
Figure 34: The US Fashion Footwear Market Segmentation by Women’s, Men’s and Children’s Footwear on the Basis of Sales in Percentage, 2008-2010
Figure 35: The Projected US Footwear Market Size by Personal Consumption Expenditure in USD Million, 2011-2015
Figure 36: Total Domestic Footwear Revenue of Collective Brands in USD Million, 2008-2010
Figure 37: Total Domestic Footwear Revenue of Brown Shoes in USD Million, 2008-2010
Figure 38: The US Population in Millions, 2005-2015
Figure 39: The US GDP in USD Million, 2005-2015
Figure 40: The US Personal Disposable Income in USD Millions, 2005-2015
Figure 41: The US Apparel and Footwear Exports in USD Millions, 2005-2015
Figure 42: The US Apparel and Footwear Imports in USD Millions, 2005-2015
Figure 43: The US Consumer Index, 2005-2015

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1: Average Price of Athletic Shoes by Purpose in USD, 2008-2010
Table 2: The US Apparel Market Segmentation by Women’s Wear, Men’s Wear and Children’s Wear on the Basis of Personal Consumption Expenditure in USD Million, 2005-2010
Table 3: The US Apparel Market Segmentation on the Basis of Sales by Men’s, Women’s, Children’s and Family Clothing Stores in USD Million, 2005-2010
Table 4: The US Apparel Market Segmentation by Non-Athletic and Athletic Apparels on the Basis of Personal Consumption Expenditure in USD Million, 2005-2010
Table 5: The US Athletic Apparel Market’s Major Players’ Revenue in USD Million and Market Share in Percentage in 2010
Table 6: Total Number of NIKE Stores in US and Other Territories in Units in 2010
Table 7: Total Number of Retail Stores of Adidas Group in US and other Territories in Units in 2010
Table 8: The US Apparel Market Major Players’ Revenue in USD Million and Market Share in Percentage in 2010
Table 9: Cause and Effect Relationship Analysis between Industry Factors and Expected Industry Prospects of the US Apparel Market
Table 10: The Projected US Apparel Market Size by Women’s, Men’s and Children’s on the Basis of Personal Consumption Expenditure in USD Million, 20011-2015
Table 11: Total Number of Stores of GAP Inc. in North America, Europe and Asia in Units in 2010
Table 12: GAP Inc. Retail Store Operational Information on the Basis of Square Footage in million, 2008-2010
Table 13: Total Number of Stores of TJX Companies Inc. in the US, Canada and Europe in Units in FY’2011
Table 14: TJX Companies Inc. Retail Store Operational Information on the Basis of Selling Square Footage in Thousands, 2008-2010
Table 15: VF’s Manufacturing, Distribution and Administrative Owned and Leased Facilities, in Square Feet, in 2010
Table 16: Total Number of Stores of Limited Brands in the US and Canada in Units in 2010
Table 17: Limited Brands Retail Store Operational Information on the Basis of Selling Square Footage in Thousands, 2008-2010
Table 18: Total Number of Stores of Ross Stores in the US in Units in 2008-2010
Table 19: Ross Stores Retail Store Operational Information on the Basis of Selling Square Footage in Thousands, 2008-2010
Table 20: The US Athletic Footwear Market Segmentation by Male and Female on the Basis of Personal Consumption Expenditure in USD Million, 2005-2010
Table 21: The US Athletic Footwear Market Segmentation by Product Category on the Basis of Personal Consumption Expenditure in Percentage (%), 2005-2010
Table 22: The US Athletic Footwear Market Segmentation on the Basis of Personal Consumption Expenditure by Product Category in USD Million, 2005-2010
Table 23: The US Athletic Footwear Market’s Major Players’ Revenue in USD Million and Market Share in Percentage in 2010
Table 24: Total Number of NIKE Stores in the US and Abroad in Units in 2010
Table 25: Total Number of Foot Locker Stores in the US, Canada, Europe and Australia in 2010
Table 26: Foot Locker Retail Store Operational Information on the Basis of Selling Square Footage in million, 2008-2010
Table 27: Total Number of Retail Stores of Skechers USA, Inc. in the US and Other Countries in Units in 2010
Table 28: Total Number of Retail Stores of Adidas Group in US and other Territories in Units in 2010
Table 29: The US Fashion Footwear Market Segmentation by Women’s, Men’s and Children’s Footwear on the Basis of Sales in USD Million, 2008-2010
Table 30: The US Footwear Market’s Major Players’ Revenue in USD Million and Market Share in Percentage in 2010
Table 31: Cause and Effect Relationship Analysis between Industry Factors and Expected Industry Prospects of the US Footwear Market
Table 32: Total Number of Retail Stores of Collective Brands in US, Canada, Central America and South America and Other territories in Units in 2010
Table 33: Total Number of Retail Stores of Brown Shoes in US, Canada, Guam and China in Units in 2010
Table 34: Brown Shoe Company Retail Store Operational Information on the Basis of Selling Square Footage in Thousand, 2008-2010
Table 35: Demographic Distribution of Population in the US on the basis of Age, in Million, 2009-2015
Table 36: Correlation Matrix of the US Apparel Market
Table 37: Regression Coefficients Output of the US Apparel Market
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