Deckers’ Q2 sales up 16% thanks to Hoka, while margins pressured by supply chain


Deckers Brands saw revenues increase by 15.8 percent to $721.9 million in its second quarter ended Sept. 30, led by the continued strong performance of its Hoka brand, but delays in deliveries capped top-line growth at Ugg. On a constant-currency basis, revenues increased by 14.8 percent, but net earnings inched ...

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