By Michael G. SheehanBleacher Report”I am in a hurry.
It’s not even Friday and I still need to get a job.
I’m already feeling stressed out, and I’m not even sure what I’ll wear to work.
I want to be able to work and get paid for it.”–Miguel, man who bought his men’s training socks and shoes for $400.
The men’s athletic shoe market in the United States has experienced a significant downturn since the collapse of the auto industry, and Nike is the largest seller of the product category.
The footwear company was spun off from Nike in 2003.
In its statement on the sale, the company noted that the men’s shoes have been sold in the past in stores nationwide, but have been out of print since 2009.
“This has been a challenging time for men’s shoe sales, as many companies have been selling men’s footwear to a broader audience,” the statement reads.
“As a result, we have sold less than 2% of the market share, and sales of our men’s sneakers have been impacted by a downturn in the industry as well.
In fact, as of the end of March 2018, our men of the game shoe sales had fallen by a total of 14%.”
In addition, as more men seek to wear their signature style, we are also seeing more men in our stores and in the communities we serve choose the new look, such as in the case of the men we’ve partnered with in New York City and Los Angeles to create the Nike Training Pants.
“While we continue to offer the men of our sport the best of what we have to offer, we need to grow and support our men with a more flexible product portfolio.”