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    Wolverine raises guidance due to strong first quarter


    Footwear and apparel company Wolverine Worldwide raised full-year guidance due to better-than-expected e-commerce growth and optimism over Covid-19 vaccine rollouts. Revenues in the three months to April 3 rose 16.3 percent to $510.7 million, but missed estimates of $511.8 million. Wolverine, which owns the Sperry , Hush Puppies ...

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    Jack Wolfskin recovers from pandemic faster than expected, online sales up 108%


    Callaway Golf Co. saw revenues in the first quarter soar by 47.3 percent as compared to the year earlier to $651.6 million, amid “unprecedented” demand for its golf equipment and a faster-than-expected recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic for Jack Wolfskin and the rest of its softgoods businesses and the ...

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    Clarus raises full-year guidance after Q1 sales jump


    Clarus Corp , the parent company of Black Diamond and Pieps, raised its sales and adjusted Ebitda guidance for the full year, after posting a top line of $75.3 million in the first quarter, up by 41 percent on a reported basis and 39 percent higher at constant currencies. Excluding ...

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    Vista Outdoor Q4 sales rise 40%


    Vista Outdoor reported sales of $597 million in the fourth quarter ended March 31. That is up 40 percent year-over-year and well above the guidance of $510 million to $530 million given at the time of the third-quarter results. Sales growth was attributed to strong demand across both Vista’s ...

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    Fox Factory Q1 sales shine with surge in bicycle product sales


    Suspension specialist Fox Factory continues to soar. The company posted record sales for the third consecutive quarter. Q1 2021 sales increased 52.5 percent to $281.14 million (€231.16m). This amount is split between Fox’s Powered Vehicle Group ( PVG ) Q1 revenue of $162.75m (€134.01m, +35 percent) and Fox’s ...

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    Lockdown life drives demand growth for Johnson Outdoors in Q2


    Pent-up demand from people stuck indoors during the Covid pandemic has helped Johnson Outdoors report a surge in second-quarter sales and profits. Total company net sales in the second quarter to April 2 rose 26 percent year on year to $206.2 million. Operating profit for the period rose to ...

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    Bicycle boom pushes Q1 sales at Dorel


    Dorel Industries said revenues at its sports segment increased for the eighth consecutive quarter in the three months ended March 31, rising by 43.6 percent in reported U.S. dollars to $270 million, and by 41.5 percent in local currencies, driven by the growing global demand for bikes. The second ...

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    GoPro revenue up 71 percent thanks to subscriptions and high-end cameras


    In the wake of the company’s shift to direct sales and an added focus on subscriptions, GoPro Inc. reported a reduced loss of $10 million in the first quarter ended March 31 (compared to a loss of $64m one year ago), while revenue rose 71 percent to $204m. Adjusted ...

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    Weyco suffers but sees acceleration in outdoor sales and wholesale orders


    Weyco continued to suffer from the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic in the opening months of 2021. Still, the company enjoyed an acceleration in wholesale orders in the latter part of the first quarter and a strong performance in Australia. Net sales in the first quarter ended March ...

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    Unifi swings to profit in Q3 as Brazil excels


    U.S.-based recycled and synthetic yarn maker Unifi swung to a profit in the third quarter after driven by a rise in sales at its Brazil and Asian units. The company said net income for the three months to March 28 was $4.7 million compared to a loss of $41.1m ...

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    Columbia raises guidance after a good Q1


    Columbia Sportswear Company performed better than expected in the first quarter, despite port congestion problems in North America. The group’s net income reached $55.9 million, jumping from $213,000 in the year-ago quarter when the pandemic first hit the company. Revenues gained 10 percent to $625.6 million, including a ...

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    CODI’s sales surge by 38%, led by Boa


    The recent acquisition of Marucci Sports and Boa Technology drove Compass Diversified ’s ( CODI ) gains, with revenues for the first quarter surging by 38.4 percent from the year-ago quarter to $461.6 million. In addition, net income reached $22.0 million, up from $4.9 million last year. Excluding ...

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    Mips Q1 sales boosted by strong demand for bike helmets


    When bicycle sales pick up in times of pandemic, Sweden’s Mips AB and its Brain Protection System ( BPS ) helmet technology are also in the front row. The first quarter of the year – usually the company’s smallest quarter – was the fourth-largest in company history ...

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    New Wave posts Q1 profit


    New Wave Group , the Swedish company behind Craft and Cutter Buck , has posted a record first-quarter profit despite a drop in sales due to lower costs. Operating profit for the three months ended March 31 was 100 million Swedish Kronor (€9.9 million-$12 million), compared ...

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    Helen of Troy reports strong Hydro Flask sales


    Helen of Troy’ s Houseware segment, which includes outdoor drinkware brand Hydro Flask , said revenues for its fourth fiscal quarter ended Feb. 28 increased by 12.1 percent to $162.5 million. This was driven by an organic business increase of 11.8 percent from the same quarter a year ago. There ...

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    Shimano continues to perform well in Q1


    Both Shimano ’s bicycle components and fishing tackle divisions benefited from the ongoing Covid-19 crisis in the first quarter of its fiscal 2021. Overall, Shimano’s quarterly sales – compared to the first three months of last year – grew 64.4 percent to 126.43 billion yen (€961.6m-$1.2bn). Operating income was ...

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    Mixed results for Fenix Outdoor


    Fenix Outdoor International had a difficult start to the year and still faces some of the challenges that have marked 2020. Management said major store closures in Europe hampered business in Q1, although there were some upsides, such as the performance of retail stores in Sweden, Finland and Denmark, ...

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    Moncler with double-digit sales growth in Q1 despite setbacks in Europe


    Moncler saw its consolidated revenues jump by 18 percent to €365.5 million in the first quarter of 2021, with a jump of 21 percent in local currencies, although many countries were still being affected by coronavirus-related restrictions. The growth was primarily driven by a strong contribution from China, Korea ...

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    Finnish improves sales and profitability along with strong online sales

    2021-04-23T14:49:00Z , one of the most visited Finnish online retailers known for its very competitive prices, has published its financial report for the first quarter of 2021. Revenue for the period from Jan. 1 to March 31 grew by 7.0 percent year-on-year to €134.0 million (Q1 2020: €125 million), with ...

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    Good start of the year for Mammut


    The Conzzeta Group ’s revenues reached 337.8 million Swiss francs (€306.6m-$367.2m) in the first three months of 2021, which corresponds to an increase of 18.0 percent from the year-ago quarter on an organic basis and in constant currencies. The Outdoor segment of the group, which only includes Mammut Sports ...