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Article Date: May 2020
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Deckers Sees Hoka And Teva Gain, but Ugg Slips


Net income fell 43% to $13,634,000 from $23,843,000 on revenues that were down 5% to $374,910,000 from $394,130,000 for DECK’s final fiscal quarter ended Mar. 31. Hoka One One sales led increases with a 52% jump to $101.9 million from $67.1 million while Teva sales increased 13% to $59.6 million over $52.9 million. UGG took an 18% hit to $196.3 million from $239.0 million and Sanuk sales plunged 58% to $13.3 million from $31.5 million. Wholesale dipped 3% to $230.7 million from $237.5 million, and DTC was down 8% to $144.2 million from $156.6 million, while adjusted DTC comps ticked down ... Log in to view full article.

 


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