NEW YORK — Plagued by continuing woes, most legwear vendors are expecting to eke out only small gains in 2003.

The legwear category, which is estimated to have annual U.S. sales of about $3 billion, has been in a slump for several years due, in part, to casual dress codes and the popularity of open-toe shoes, which minimize the need for legwear, particularly sheers.

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