When talking with professional athletes in America, the subject of the difficulty in finding the right size for mens clothes often come up at some point. Professional American sports (the Big Four of American Sports include basketball, baseball, hockey, and the American version of football) tend to require massive physiques among their players, and this means that these athletes are much larger than regular people.
Most of them solve their sartorial problems by having all their clothes customized to fit, and fortunately most athletes are compensated well above the minimum wage.
The problem that is now becoming more apparent is that the difference between the size of a pro athlete and the size of the average sports fan is rapidly decreasing. People are simply getting bigger, and obesity is plaguing Western nations on an epidemic scale. Some studies peg the obesity percentage at more than a third of the population, and these are the more optimistic surveys.
Here is one very common scenario: A large man who is more than six feet tall and who has a large chest and a big stomach tries a sweater or a cardigan. He can probably go to more than a dozen men’s boutiques in a major mall and find nothing that fits him properly. Going online can be problematic as well.visit helpful site from http://www.pymnts.com/news/merchant-innovation/2016/stitch-fix-adds-mens-styling-for-unisex-appeal-business/
The problems that big and tall men encounter with standard off the rack mens clothing isn’t going away soon, and more effective solutions are required to even start solving the unavailability of viable mens clothes for larger than average men. Some of these possible solutions are already in the works:
1) More companies should sell appropriately sized mens clothing to meet the rising demand. …Read More