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While research focusing on clothing repair and community mending events as part of sustainable clothing consumption practices has been conducted in some developed European countries (e.g., the U.K. and the Netherlands), little research has examined consumer clothes mending/repairing behavior in a U.S. context. The purpose of this study was to explore U.S. consumers' specific barriers and motivations to engage in clothing repair and their likelihood to participate in clothes mending anddoi:10.3390/su11195306 fatcat:nsqhdryafbf2fcvjllxsklkx74