Crocs has reported revenues for the third quarter up by 7.5 percent to $295.6 million. The American footwear manufacturer, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, recorded net income of $45.1 million, up from $30.2 million in the same quarter of 2011. Wholesale revenues increased by 1.5 percent to $156.2 million. Internet sales increased by 6.0 percent to $27.1 million. Retail sales increased by 17.7 percent to $112.2 million. By region, sales growth during the quarter was driven by strength in the Americas and Asia. Revenues increased by 7.4 percent for the Americas and 11.3 percent for Asia, while decreasing by 2.9 percent for Europe. On a constant currency basis, revenues tose by 8.6 percent for the Americas, 13.0 percent for Asia, 7.3 percent for Europe, and 10.3 percent globally. The company ended the quarter with 499 retail stores compared with 410 locations a year ago. For the fourth quarter of 2012, the company expects break-even diluted earnings per share on revenues of $220 million.