From January 2022 to October 2022 jeans imports into the United States increased by 24 percent.
As retailers and brands brought in goods for their final fourth-quarter push, women’s and girls’ blue denim trouser shipments slightly surpassed men’s and boys’ jeans imports. Imports of women’s jeans rose by 25 percent while imports of men’s jeans were up 24 percent. In women’s and girls’, imports from Bangladesh increased 36 percent while Vietnam’s shipments rose 19 percent. Imports from Pakistan were up 37 percent, shipments from Cambodia jumped 35 percent, shipments from Sri Lanka increased 23 percent and imports from Macau were up 40 percent. Imports from Mexico increased 37 percent, Egypt’s shipments jumped 79 percent and imports from Turkey were up 20 percent. In men’s and boys’ jeans, imports from Mexico rose 17 percent, imports from Bangladesh rose 46 percent. Imports from Pakistan rose 33 percent. Imports from Vietnam were up 19 percent, shipments from Cambodia rose 47 percent and imports from India increased 46 percent. Imports from Nicaragua rose 25 percent, shipments from Egypt increased 21 percent and imports from Lesotho were up ten percent.
By Fashionating World