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Back to School: Footwear and Consumer Behavior Report

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With prices soaring, businesses are on the edge of their seats this back-to-school shopping season eager to see how inflation and economic downturn will impact consumer behavior and footwear sales. First Insight partnered with the Footwear Distributors and Retailers of America (FDRA) to produce this report to help you step into your consumers’ shoes by understanding key insights around spending, social media, shipping, and more. You can also see how consumer behavior has shifted between 2021 and 2022. Download the report to learn how families are preparing their children for the upcoming school year.

In this report, we ask households with school-aged children:

  • Are you planning to spend more on back-to-school shoes this year than last year?
  • What social media platforms do you plan on using to research and assist in your back-to-school shopping?
  • Where do you expect to purchase shoes for your child?
  • What most influences where you shop in-store?
  • If you’re shopping online for back-to-school, how long do you expect shipping to take?
  • When shopping online, how much are you willing to spend on shipping?
  • How many pairs of shoes per child do you expect to buy for back-to-school?
  • Because of high gas prices, are you going to do more online shopping?
  • Are higher prices changing where you are shopping?

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About First Insight

First Insight, the world leader in Next-Gen Experience Management (XM), is transforming how companies make better decisions leading to a sustainable future. Customers include some of the world’s leading vertically integrated brands, department stores, consumer products companies, mass merchant retailers and wholesalers.

Methodology

First Insight & FDRA’s findings are based on a survey conducted through its proprietary platform. The report is based upon a sample of 691 U.S. households fielded in July 2022. The sample was proportionately balanced by region, gender, and income. Further details on the findings are available upon request.

 

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