Australian pantyhose competition

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Australian Financial Review

Colored pantyhose becomes a hot seller one year with buyers snapping them up by the dozen in red, yellow, purple, green and blue. Next year plain colors are back, so a new buying cycle starts. It may sound like a sales dream come true for the hosiery-makers, but this is not always so. But although customers are keeping fewer pantyhose in their drawers than last year, the manufacturers are taking the situation in their stride. They don't like it, but there is not much they can do about it, and they accept that fashion is a highly cyclical, volatile business. Sales may be down now, but in two or three years a new fashion trend may well give the pantyhose market a healthy boost.

Global Hosiery (Women and Men) Industry

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Skins , stylized SKINS , is a sportswear company that designs and manufactures compression sportswear for athletes and sports enthusiasts. The company was founded in by Brad Duffy, an Australian physiologist and ski enthusiast. Australian cricket captain Steve Waugh was chosen as the public face of the new products. Initially, the range was limited to long tights only and was sold exclusively online and through telesales. By , the product was still being manufactured in Sydney but was being sold through around 20 retail outlets in Australia.