New Jersey men are the most likely to buy a pair of shoes from the Garden State.
The latest data from research firm Zillow shows the Garden state is the No. 1 source of men’s footwear purchases.
Zillows study found men from New York and California are the top two sources of men shoes.
The study looked at footwear purchases in the past two years for men ages 18 to 64 in all 50 states.
Zellows report shows men from California, New York, New Jersey, New Mexico, and Texas are the leading footwear consumers in the United States.
The study, which included over 4,000 men, shows men are buying men’s shoes in New Jersey at an average price of $1,000.
The state is second only to New York with a high of $2,000 a pair.
In comparison, men from Virginia, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, and New York all ranked higher.
Zaid Shakir, chief economist for Zillowed said, “New Jersey has become a leading market for men’s fashion.
The data confirms that the Gardenstate is a favorite destination for men looking to get the most bang for their buck.”
The study says men from the Northeast, the Midwest, and the West are the largest purchasers of men footwear.
The report shows women from the South and Midwest are the second most likely men to buy men’s shoe purchases.
The states with the highest number of men shoe purchases are Arizona, New Hampshire, Georgia, Oklahoma, Mississippi, and Virginia.
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Zilow says the GardenState is second to none in terms of male footwear purchasing.
The company says men are spending $2.7 billion annually on men’s clothing, footwear, and accessories.
Zidane, a New York native, has been a big supporter of the state, as well as its women’s footwear market.
Ziff Davis, CEO of Zillower, said, The ZillOW report shows that men are purchasing men’s wear products in New Jerseys.
ZILLOW said that the company’s analysis shows that the men’s apparel and accessories market is the second largest in the world.
The top four markets are China ($2.9 billion), Australia ($1.6 billion), Germany ($1 billion), and Japan ($1 million).