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    Thule posts strong results


    The third quarter was a good one for Thule Group , the Swedish company best known for its roof boxes and bike racks. It saw its net income soar by 148.6 percent from the year-ago quarter to 449 million Swedish kronor (€43.3m-$51.3m), while revenues jumped by 44.9 percent ...

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    Moncler reports a 14% drop in Q3


    The decline in Moncler ’s revenues slowed down in the third quarter to a rate of 15 percent, or 14 percent in local currencies, falling to a level of €361.8 million. The management reported high and constantly improving growth in China. Without providing the details, the management said that other ...

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    Kathmandu benefits from Rip Curl and online; publishes sustainability report


    It was the acquisition of Rip Curl that helped Kathmandu Holdings to raise its total sales by 48.7 percent to 801.5 million New Zealand dollars in the “transformational” financial year ended on July 30, with the action sports brand contributing sales of NZ$ 315.7 million (€178.2m-$210.6m) in the ...

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    Clarus expects lower sales for Black Diamond


    While releasing preliminary results for the third quarter, Clarus Corp said it expects another quarter of declining sales for Black Diamond (BD), the group’s biggest brand. After recording a 47 percent drop in the second quarter, hit by store closures in Europe and America, BD will post a ...

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    Mammut’s results beat expectations


    In a business update, Conzzeta Group , the parent company of Mammut Sports Group, said revenues from the Outdoor segment, which only consists of Mammut, declined in the first nine months by 20.0 percent in reported terms to CHF 149.4 million (€139.3m-$163.2m), or by 17.5 percent in constant currencies and ...

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    VF back to profits


    After recording a loss and steep declines in revenues during its first fiscal quarter, VF Corp. bounced back in the second quarter, ended on Sept. 26, with a smaller decline in sales and a return to profits. The management said that year-to-date results have surpassed its expectations across all ...

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    Hydro Flask bounces back in Q2


    Helen of Troy’ s houseware segment, which includes drinkware brand Hydro Flask , returned to growth in the second fiscal quarter ended on Aug. 31, after a difficult spring due to the pandemic. Sales in the segment soared by 20.2 percent from the year-ago quarter to $201.9 million, as more ...

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    Kathmandu’s revenues soar thanks to Rip Curl’s acquisition


    Kathmandu Holdings scored record sales for its financial year ended on July 31 2020, boosted by the acquisition of Rip Curl during the period. The group’s revenues soared by 48.7 percent to 801.5 million New Zealand dollars (€451.6m-$526.8m), with Rip Curl accounting for 40 percent of the total turnover, ...

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    Fischer lays off 150 workers


    Like Rossignol , which has just announced the elimination of 95 jobs, Fischer Sports has decided to lay off 150 workers at its Ukrainian ski factory following a drop of about 25 percent in pre-orders for the coming autumn/winter season. However, the management is cautiously optimistic about the ...

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    Apex widens losses


    Impairment charges of close to $10 million mostly related to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic weighed on the profits of Apex Global Brands , previously called Cherokee Global Brands . Net loss for the parent company of Hi-Tec , Magnum , and Tony Hawk expanded by 5 ...

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    Triple-digit growth in Zumiez' profits


    Zumiez , the American action sports retailer that owns Blue Tomato in Europe and Fast Times in Australia, bounced back in the second fiscal quarter ended on Aug.1, after a difficult start of the year due to retail lockdowns. Its net income soared by 181 percent to $25.4 ...

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    JD Sports Fashion outdoor unit narrows losses


    JD Sports Fashion reported narrowed interim losses at its outdoor division and was upbeat on future prospects as it pinned hopes on more people taking domestic holidays in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. Operating losses closed slightly to £14 million (€15.5m-$18.3m) from £16.4 million in 2019. Sales at ...

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    Antiviral technology helps Polygiene to thrive during pandemic


    Polygiene is at the center of media attention since it launched ViralOff , a fabric treatment with antiviral properties, in April. In the context of Covid-19 outbreak, demand for the garment has soared, and the group expanded its scope from initially treating protective clothing, face masks and other hospital ...

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    Anta switches to new DTC business model in China


    The pandemic has been a catalyst for change across many companies this year, including at Anta Sports Products . It has decided to do away with the wholesale model that it employed for 20 years in 11 major provinces. Instead, the Chinese sports group will switch to a new ...

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    Gregory and High Sierra could not resist the pandemic


    Like the rest of the big Samsonite luggage group, its two outdoor backpack brands, Gregory and High Sierra , suffered sales declines in the first half, to June 30 because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Gregory, which has been generally outperforming the rest of the group, posted a ...

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    Currency headwinds weigh on Helly Hansen’s results


    Helly Hansen ’s revenues for the second quarter fell by 21.0 percent to 68.9 million Canadian dollars (€44.1m-$52.1m), weighed down by store closures and foreign-currency-headwinds. In constant currencies, they fell by 12.6 percent. Most wholesale customers were closed across the globe in the quarter, as were distribution centers and ...

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    ​Canada Goose to cut production as Covid-19 hits Q1 sales


    Canada Goose is cutting production and opening fewer stores as the coronavirus pandemic hit its sales, causing first-quarter net losses to almost double to 50.1 million Canadian dollars (€32.0m-$37.7m) from Can$ 29.4 million a year earlier. On adjusted basis, excluding restructuring charges, the net loss amounted to Can$ 38.4 ...

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    Sluggish sales for Black Diamond


    A weak performance from Black Diamond , Clarus Corp ’s biggest brand, pushed the group’s sales for the second quarter down by 36 percent to $30.0 million. The parent company of BD, Pieps and Sierra Bullets saw its net loss widen to $2.7 million, from $0.7 million for ...

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    GoPro widens losses


    Sales for the U.S. action camera brand tumbled by 54.1 percent in the second quarter to $134.2 million, while the gross margin contracted by 4.6 percentage points to 30.3 percent. Adjusted Ebitda was negative $22 million, compared to $14 million in the same period a year ago. The company’s ...

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    Moody’s and S&P forecast 15% sales decline at Amer Sports


    In a new report, rating agencies Moody’s and S P reveal that Amer Sports ’ revenues fell by 36 percent in the second quarter and by 22 percent in the first half, hampered by the impact of the pandemic. Ebitda was a loss of €26 million for the ...