Lower military sales affect Camelbak’s results

Camelbak had lower sales and profits in the third quarter ended Sept. 30, primarily due to a significant drop in sales of gloves for the U.S. military sales, which was not offset by a rise in its sales of bottles. The results of this major supplier of personal hydration products ...

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