Direct, international drive Yeti in Q4


Yeti’s results were negatively impacted by voluntary recalls of certain soft coolers and dry gear bags for the period ended Dec. 31. Fourth quarter sales rose by 1 percent to $448.0 million from $443.1 million but were up 10 percent year-over-year to $486.4 million excluding impacts from the recalls. Direct-to-consumer ...

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