Soft goods are tangible products that are literally soft. These are usually nondurable, meaning that they last less than 3 years. Consumable goods such as toilet paper aren't considered soft goods. The following are common examples of soft goods.
NotesSoft goods are mostly consumer goods but may also be sold to businesses. For example, hotels replace their soft goods such as bedding, pillows and carpets regularly.Soft goods are typically contrasted with hard goods that are literally hard to the touch such as a mobile device. The term soft goods is often used in retail and is also known as softlines.The term soft good is not to be confused with intangible digital products that have no physical form such as software.
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