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    Schwan-Stabilo’s outdoor brands grow by 16.4%


    The German Schwan-Stabilo group, the owner of Deuter, Ortovox, Maier Sports and Gonso, has published its 2021/22 business numbers, achieving growth in all of the group’s categories, which are cosmetics, writing instruments and outdoor sports. In the time span reported, the group generated sales of €745.3 million (previous year: €623.2 ...

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    Merida’s value sales continue to grow at double-digit rate in 2022


    After Taiwan’s leading bicycle manufacturer Giant Manufacturing Company Ltd. reported double-digit sales growth of 14.4 percent (compared to the same period in 2021) in the first three sales quarters of 2022, Merida Ind. Co. Ltd., also listed on the stock exchange and the second largest bicycle manufacturer in the ...

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    Yeti beats expectations in Q3 as international sales jump 60%


    Yeti beat market expectations for sales and earnings in the third quarter, as international revenues jumped by 60 percent, and the company said it was “well-positioned” for the holiday season in the fourth quarter. In the third quarter, sales for the premium drinkware and cooler brand increased by 20 percent ...

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    Bike24's impressive sales growth in new markets cushions rising costs


    Despite all the current macroeconomic challenges, Bike24 Holding AG, the online retailer of bicycles, running and swimming sports, achieved total sales of €72.62 million in the third quarter of fiscal year 2022. Compared to Q3 2021, this is an increase of 12.9 percent. However, both gross profit (€18m, down 8.3 ...

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    Helly Hansen’s Q3 sales growth paced by North America, Sport Chek with some category softness


    Helly Hansen, the Norwegian ski and outdoor brand owned by Canadian Tire, generated an 8.4 percent sales increase to C$170.9 million (€130.0m) against C$157.6 million for the three months ended Sept. 30. Helly Hansen’s nine-month sales are up 21.7 percent to C$480.1 million (€365.2m) from C$394.5 million with growth across ...

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    Solo Brands lowers revenue forecasts in response to “unpredictable demand”


    Solo Brands has lowered its full-year revenue guidance in response to increasingly unpredictable consumer demand amid a tougher economic outlook going into the holiday season. The owner of four lifestyle brands has managed to narrow losses in the third quarter as it reported a 47 percent increase in sales to ...


    Wolverine lowers FY forecast again, unveils brand reorganization


    Wolverine World Wide Inc. again lowered its full-year outlook after continuing supply chain constraints, increased promotional activity and deteriorating economic conditions weighed on third-quarter results, which came in below expectations. The company also announced a long-awaited reorganization of its brands to help cut costs and expand margins. Full-year revenue is ...

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    Unifi’s sales drop 8.4% in fiscal Q1


    Unifi, the maker of the Repreve fiber, has reported net sales of $179.5 million for the first fiscal quarter ended Oct. 2, 2022, representing a decrease of 8.4 percent from the first quarter of fiscal 2022. The drop was primarily attributed to lower sales volumes for the Americas and Asia ...

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    Millet headed for 20% growth in Europe


    Millet Mountain Group is growing at a 20-percent clip year-on-year in Europe, according to its sales director for the continent’s southern half, Hervé-Sergio Locatelli. If projections hold, Locatelli has told CMDsport, the group will break its record for annual sales on the continent. France remains the top market, but ...

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    Clarus misses sales, earnings targets on currency effects, freight costs


    Clarus Corp. reported an operating income of $6.1 million against a loss of $282,000 in the third quarter despite missing revenue and earnings per share projections. In reporting a 39 percent decline in net profit to $2.75 million from $4.53 million, the group said higher freight costs lowered its profitability ...

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    RVRC experiences improving trends in September


    RevolutionRace (RVRC), the Swedish outdoor DTC company, which installed Paul Fischbein as its permanent CEO Oct. 7 following the mid-August resignation of founder and former CEO Pernilla Nyrensten, reported a 31 percent drop in first quarter operating income to 49.8 million Swedish kronor (€4.7m) from SEK 72.7 million. Net profit ...

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    Compass Diversified with record quarter


    Net income from continuing operations in Compass Diversified’s (CoDi) branded consumer companies related to sports, outdoor and apparel (5.11 Tactical, Boa, Marucci Sports, PrimaLoft, and Velocity Outdoor) fell 25 percent to $15.3 million from $20.3 million for the period ended Sept. 30. Total sales from the five companies rose 16 ...

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    Fenix sees 13% sales gain in Q3 as Hanwag capitalizes on moving production to Europe


    Fenix Outdoor International reported sales of €224.2 million in the third quarter of 2022, up by 13 percent on the year earlier, when its results were less affected by the Covid-19 pandemic than in the first two quarters of 2021. The star performer in the quarter was the footwear brand ...

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    Giant Group celebrates 50th anniversary, boasts solid results


    For Taiwan’s leading bicycle manufacturing companies Giant Manufacturing Company Ltd (Giant Global Group) and Merida Industry Co Ltd, 2022 is very special: both companies are celebrating their 50th anniversaries. On Oct. 27 – one week before the announcement of financial results for the first three sales quarters of 2022 – ...

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    USWE’s quarter marked by acquisitions, order cancellations


    Swedish company USWE Sports AB, which launched as a public company on July 1, reported a net loss of 2.07 million Swedish kronor during the three months ended Sep. 30. Operating loss for the period was SEK 4.10 million (€386,200). Total revenues rose 98 percent year-over-year to SEK 25.37 million ...

  • Canada Goose

    Canada Goose lowers outlook due to China problems


    Persistent lower traffic trends and dampened consumer sentiment in China have forced Canada Goose to lower its FY revenue and profit outlook despite strong brand sales performance in other global geographies. The group has dropped its annual revenue outlook by more than 7 percent to a range of C$1.2-1.3 billion ...

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    Topgolf Callaway tees off with record third quarter; lifts guidance


    Topgolf Callaway Brands has lifted annual guidance after a record third quarter and said it continues to see the Topgolf operation as a key driver of growth that will contribute half of the company’s Ebitda in the near future. Group net revenue for the three months to Sept. 30 was ...

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    Vista Outdoor shares take hit after guidance lowered


    Jason Vanderbrink, president of Vista Outdoor’s sporting products division, told analysts, “We are bullish on the outdoor industry despite near-term macroeconomic conditions that have eroded consumer confidence and pressured performance across the (U.S.) economy. We always understood that the elevated purchase patterns of the last two-and-a-half years would normalize.” ...

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    Fox Factory delivers another solid quarter


    Profit at Fox Factory, the maker of products for bicycles, off-road vehicles and motorcycles, among others, rose 16 percent to $50.8 million from $43.8 million for the quarter ended Sept. 30. Ebit was 19.7 percent higher at $64.1 million as operating income increased by 18.3 percent to $65.4 million from ...

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    Rocky Brands lowers FY revenue outlook


    Despite reporting steady or strong sales from its portfolio of footwear brands during the third quarter, Rocky Brands has lowered its FY revenue outlook due to a difficult, year-over-year sales comparison in the fourth quarter. Through nine months, the parent of the Durango and Georgia brands, among others, had a ...