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SGB UPDATE is the only continuously updated source for news for the Sporting Goods, Athletic Footwear, and Athletic Apparel markets.  This archive area is updated by our editorial team throughout the day as news breaks in the industry.  The SGB UPDATE newsletter is delivered each business morning via e-mail in either TEXT or HTML format.

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Amer Sports Swings to Q2 Loss on Restructuring Charges at Wilson
Amer Sports, which owns the Salomon, Wilson, Arc'teryx, Mavix and Suunto brands, announced the next phase of its restructuring would focus on its Ball Sports segment after reporting charges at its Wilson brand caused it to swing to a loss on higher revenue in the second quarter...(7/24/2014)

Jarden Outdoor Profits Grow Six Times Faster Than Sales in Q2
Jarden Corp reported net profits at its Outdoor Solutions segment grew 12.8 percent in the second quarter ended June 30 compared with the same quarter a year ago. That was more than six times faster than sales, which increased 1.9 percent from a year earlier. The segment includes results rom Coleman, K2, Marmot, Penn, Rawlings and 22 other camping, fishing, snowsports and outdoor and athletic brands...(7/24/2014)

Under Armour's Q2 Revenues Jump 34 Percent
Under Armour, Inc. reported revenues increased 34 percent in the second quarter of 2014 to $610 million led by a 35 percent gain in apparel and 34 percent hike in footwear revenues. Net income in the second quarter of 2014 of $18 million was unchanged compared with the prior year's period, largely reflecting the planned timing of marketing and innovation expenses. The company again raised its guidance for the year...(7/24/2014)

Cabela's Tops Q2 Estimates Despite Comp Drop
Cabela's Inc. reported second-quarter earnings slid 2.3 percent to $43.5 million, or 61 cents a share, but results came in well-ahead of Wall Street's consensus estimate of 51 cents a share. Comparable store sales decreased 14.2 percent... (7/24/2014)

Brunswick Corp. Posts 4 Percent Q2 Sales Gain
Brunswick Corporation reported sales grew 4 percent in the second quarter. The gains were led by its Fitness segment, with sales climbing 7 percent; followed by Marine Engine, ahead 4 percent; and Boat segment, up 3 percent. On a GAAP and as adjusted basis, operating earnings increased 3 percent from second quarter 2013...(7/24/2014)

West Marine Cuts Guidance After Q2 Shortfall
West Marine Inc. lowered its guidance for the year after a disappointing second quarter. Second-quarter earnings were down 17.7 percent to $$18.3 million, or 75 cents a share, short of Wall Street's consensus estimate of 86 cents a share. Comparable-store sales slipped 0.7 percent...(7/24/2014)

Skechers Q2 Revenues Surge 37 Percent
Skechers USA, Inc. reported second quarter sales jumped 37.1 percent to $587.1 million, led by double-digit increases in its domestic wholesale business and its international wholesale business as well as a 13.9 percent same-store hike at its company-owned retail stores. Earnings grew more than four-fold to $34.8 million, or 68 cents... (7/23/2014)

Timberland Appoints New Brand President
Timberland promoted Stewart Whitney to brand president effective Oct. 5, 2014. Whitney led Timberland’s growth in the Asia Pacific region since 2008. He will report to Patrik Frisk, who has held the position since the brand’s 2011 acquisition by VF Corp. In April, Frisk was promoted to coalition president, Outdoor Americas for VF...(7/23/2014)

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