Johnson Outdoors hit by sagging military tent sales

The turnover of the outdoor gear division at Johnson Outdoors slumped by 15.9 percent to $40.0 million for the full year to the end of September, but this was chiefly due to sagging sales of non-core military tents, while the U.S. group boasted unprecedented demand for the Jetboil brand. The ...

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