Hoka One One, which is now sold in about two-thirds of the American specialty running shops, has developed new products for the major generalist sporting goods retailers in the U.S., with tests planned at The Sports Authority, Foot Locker and other chain next spring. They will probably be offered in Europe as well at some point. The brand was again the star performer in the results of Deckers Brands for its second quarter, ended Sept. 30. Hoka is part of the company's Other segment, whose sales jumped by 77 percent to $23.5 million. Teva improved by 15 percent to $20.7 million, thanks in part to its new Teva Original line. Sanuk was up by 3 percent to $19.0 million. The biggest contribution to Deckers' total growth of 24 percent to $480.3 million came from the group's biggest brand, Ugg, whose sales rose by 24 percent to $417.1 million. The group's net income increased by 23 percent to $40.7 million in the period. More in Shoe Intelligence.