Lower sales logged for its Bogs and Nunn Bush brands caused Weyco Group's revenues to dip by 13.0 percent in the third quarter to $79.1 million. This came after three consecutive quarters of weak results for this brand of boots, following many seasons of strong growth. The company blamed a particularly difficult quarter for the North American wholesale segment, where it recorded a large reduction in Bogs' orders, on top of a soft retail environment and changes in consumer buying patterns. The segment, which includes North American wholesale revenues and licensing revenues, saw sales tumble by 17.0 percent over the third quarter of 2015. Within Weyco's wholesale segment, the Florsheim brand was a positive highlight, with revenues rising by 7.0 percent, mainly due to higher sales to national shoe retail chains. However, Bogs' sales were down by 31.0 percent from the same period last year, due to retailers carrying over Bogs inventory and being more conservative with their orders following last year's mild winter. More in SGI Europe and Shoe Intelligence.