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The company behind the furry, oh so soft Ugg sheepskin boots has been awarded $686 million in two separate judgments in federal court in Chicago against websites selling counterfeit products. But Deckers Outdoor Corp. didn’t hit the jackpot. The company, based in Goleta, Calif., acknowledges that it expects to collect a tiny fraction of the damages. The lawsuits were brought against more than 3,000 websites, and the operators of the rogue sites are in China, Deckers said. Errin.
Lower cost UGGs boost Decker’s Outdoor’s quarterly profit
Reuters October 24, 2013
By Aditi Shrivastava Oct 24 (Reuters) Deckers Outdoor Corp reported third quarter profit well ahead of analysts’ estimates as the use of a lower cost sheepskin substitute in its popular UGG boots boosted gross margins. Shares of the Goleta, California based company rose as much as 14 percent to $66.20 in after market trade. “UGG Pure has had an immediate impact on enhancing our product line and will result in reduced costs going forward,” Chief. Even Hollywood’s finest, including Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, Leonardo DiCaprio, Debra Messing and Ben Stiller, are sporting the kickers of the moment Ugg boots. They’re not elegant. But they are cozy and warm just what a Chicago winter calls for. The $110 to $275 sheepskin lined boots available in navy, black, brown and white are standards on movie and TV sets, and just as good for city strolling. stocks rose, aided by gains in McDonald’s and technology stocks, but moves remained muted as investors looked for any signs of movement on the.
Pair get kick from pin sales
By Ann Meyer, Special to the Tribune December 17, 2007
Two suburban mothers hope to hit it big with a new decorative accessory designed to ride on the coattails of a hot holiday gift: Ugg boots. Boot Bop pins are the brainchild of Alyssa Glantz, a former schoolteacher, and Kathy Lazar, an interior designer by trade, who came up with the idea last winter while watching youth basketball in Deerfield. “We saw everyone on the sidelines wearing Uggs or shearling boots and said, ‘Wouldn’t they look cute with some pins on them?'” Glantz said.
UPDATE 1 Deckers sales miss as price hike bites
Reuters October 25, 2012
Third quarter earnings of $1.18/shr vs est. $1.04/shr Third quarter sales $376.4 million vs est $413.5 million Shares down as much as 17 percent after the bell (Adds outlook,
inventory details, CEO comment, updates share movement) Oct 25 (Reuters) Deckers Outdoor Corp reported third quarter sales way below analysts’ estimates as higher raw material costs forced the shoe maker to raise prices on its UGG sheepskin boots, putting off potential.
Deckers sales miss estimates; shares fall
Reuters October 25, 2012
Oct 25 (Reuters) Deckers Outdoor Corp’s quarterly sales missed analyst estimates, hurt by a drop in its signature UGG brand’s sales, sending the shoe maker’s shares down 16 percent after the bell. Third quarter profit was $43.1 million, or $1.18 per share, compared with $62.3 million, or $1.59 per share, a year ago. The company, which competes with Skechers USA Inc and VF Corp’s Timberland, said net sales fell 9 percent to $376.4 million. Analysts on average had.
A foot refresher course
September 5, 2004
Will the Minnetonka “Thunderbird” moccasin be the next UGG boot (while the UGG brand moves on to handbags and ponchos)? Nordstrom spokesman John Bailey hazarded that question when he told us that the mocs would be carried at the stores starting this month. Like Dr. Scholl’s sandals and Sperry Topsider boat shoes before them, the mocs are returning from fashion exile. “I can remember my best friend wearing a pair of these in pink back in the ’80s,” Bailey said. For many, alas, it’s the first time around.
Shares of Decker, maker of Uggs, could rise Barron’s
Reuters June 3, 2012
June 3 (Reuters) Shares of Deckers Outdoor Corp, which makes the popular Uggs line of footwear, could jump as much as 40 percent this year as supply costs drop and new retails stores open, according to a report in Barron’s weekly financial newspaper. While short sellers, most of whom believe Uggs are a fad that will fade, have recently benefited from a drop in the stock, many shoe retailers say demand continues to be strong, especially in winter months,