Driven by the Japanese market, Gregory continued to grow rapidly in the third quarter, with sales rising by 22.2 percent to $18 million, with a growth of 21.3 percent in local currencies, according to Samsonite International. High Sierra's sales grew by 3.3 percent on a currency-neutral basis, reaching $14.9 million. For the first nine months of the year, currency-neutral sales were up by 21.9 percent for Gregory and down by 8.2 percent for High Sierra, with decreases in North America and Asia.