What are the best sports clothing brands?
The Sport Bibles has compiled a list of the best clothing brands in the world, and the results are in: sportswears.com has compiled the list of best-selling sports clothing in the US, and its the result of a three-month-long study that surveyed more than 3,500 US consumers.
The top 10 sports apparel brands in terms of sales and market share are as follows: Nike: $7.7 billion Nike has always been the world’s leading brand for athletic wear, and it’s the top-selling brand in the United States.
In 2018, it sold nearly $7 billion worth of Nike apparel.
Adidas: $2.8 billion Adidas is one of the most famous sports apparel companies, and in 2018, its sold more than $2 billion worth in sports apparel.
Puma: $1.8 million Puma has been selling high-end athletic gear since the mid-1990s, and has been a major force in the sportswearing industry for decades.
The brand is the first sports apparel company to sell its own line of athletic shoes.
Reebok: $900 million Nike and Reeboc have been the two most successful brands in athletic wear since the 1970s.
They have sold more athletic gear than any other company since they were founded.
Under Armour: $700 million Under Armour is known for its signature athletic gear, including high-performance running shoes, basketballs, basketball shorts, and soccer cleats.
Nike: Nearly $600 million Nike is one the most well-known brands in sports.
The company is one brand that is known to have made its mark on the American market.
Adidas has been one of Nike’s biggest supporters since the early 1990s.
Pinnacle Sports: $440 million Pinnacle is a top-tier sports clothing brand, which is also one of its largest sponsors.
PSA: $330 million The brand has long been a leader in the sports apparel industry, having sold more pairs of Nike sneakers than any one other brand.
Under Armor: $220 million Under Armor is a high-profile brand that has been making its mark in the industry since the 1990s and still continues to be a top seller.
Nike has had a major influence on Nike apparel for many years.
Under Cover: $200 million Under Cover has long dominated the high-fashion industry with its line of sportswamp gear.
Its most recent release, the Under Cover 1.0, features an all-white aesthetic and features an image of a man in the middle of a snow-covered field.
Vans: $180 million Nike has been an important sponsor of the athletic apparel industry for many decades.
In 2019, it’s estimated that the brand sold more sports apparel than any individual company.
Nike is still one of Vans most popular athletic footwear brands.
Undercover: $150 million Undercover has been successful in both high- and low-end markets.
The Undercover 1.x line is available in many styles, from sports to casual.
Nike, Under Cover, and Vans have been active in the apparel industry since 1990.
Adidas, Under Armour, and Undercover all remain major sponsors of high-tech sports brands.