Recently, financial website CheatSheet.com took a look at spending habits of consumers and how they have changed throughout the years. They specifically looked at products that have seen a decline in sales and compiled a list of five random products that Americans don't buy anymore.
Gum: Sales dropped about 10% between 2009 and 2014, but sales of mints went up about 20%.
Proctor & Gamble states that sales have been dropping over the past 10 years because of the trend of having a beard now (ahem, Hipsters). And also singled out 'No Shave November' where men go the entire month without shaving.
Guns:Sales declined 20% in 2014 but have gone up again this past June so this should be taken with a grain of salt,