The warm winter shaved about $25 million off the turnover of Jarden's outdoor business unit in the first quarter. This contributed to a sales decline of 1.1 percent to $670 million for the unit, which includes the K2, Coleman, Marmot, Penn and Rawlings brands. The company expects another hit of $25 million in the second half of the year for winter sports products. However, the early spring lifted sales of camping and fishing equipment, covered by the Coleman, Abu Garcia and Shakespeare brands. Thanks to its apparel range, Marmot enjoyed double-digit growth for the quarter and Jarden's managers said it was on track to double its sales by 2013, compared with the level of 2010. Quarterly earnings for the outdoor unit jumped by 10.7 percent to $71.6 million. The entire Jarden group's sales crept up by about 0.8 percent to $1,495.4 million, but its operating profit jumped by 14.5 percent to $101.6 million and its net income soared by 85 percent to $35.1 million.