• The new collection focuses on fit with special consideration for larger guys, which most large-sized garments don't.
  • Extended-size clothing for men is an area of growth, as the category is outpacing men's clothing in general in terms of sales, according to Bonobos' co-president and chief merchandising officer, Brad Andrews.

Bonobos is becoming more inclusive.

The Walmart-owned men's clothing retailer has developed and launched larger, extended sizes for its most popular products. But Bonobos didn't just add extra fabric to its classic fits.

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Andrews said that the brand "always knew there was an opportunity in extended sizes and larger sizes."

He said Bonobos sees an opportunity as sales growth for extended-size men's clothing outpaces men's clothing as a whole.

The first version is targeted at the guy who is proportionally bigger. Next, Andrews said, Bonobos is looking to iterate and add fits for guys who are more triangle-shaped and upside-down-triangle-shaped.

The new inclusive sizing dovetails with Bonobos' recent marketing messaging, which addresses inclusivity in what it means to be a man.

"We don't believe there's a one-size-fits-all message for men," Andrews said.