Hardgoods Sales Down At Amer Sports

by The Editors on October 25, 2012

AmersportsAmer Sport the Helsinki, Finland based parent company of Salomon, Bonfire, and Nikita reported their financials for the quarter ending September 2012. Profits appeared flat versus 2011 with net sales increased by two percent, and unfortunately winter hardgoods sales were down by 12 percent, according to Marketwatch.

“Our Q3 sales were driven by strong on-going momentum in Apparel (27% growth), as well as continuous improvement in Suunto (+24%), Fitness (10%), Tennis (+8%) and Cycling (+7%),” said Keikki Takala, president and CEO of Amer Sport. “As expected, Winter Sports Equipment declined in line with the previously communicated low pre-orders, despite our strengthened market position.”

Guess their trouble in winter sports equipment is old news. For the official word and all the numbers click the link.

[Link:Marketwatch]

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Dan McNamara October 25, 2012 at 11:19 am

I told them they should have bought Bond. Stupid Fucks.

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