Sales of 174 million euros, compared to last year’s 214 million euros, down 18.4%
Gross margin was 43.7%, up from 40.3% in the same period last year
Operating loss was $ 78.3 million, compared to $ 63.7 million in the same period last year, and the loss margin increased
Diluted after the loss of $ 1.84 per share
In the quarter, part of Deckers’ major brands were as follows:
To the Australian wool boots known as the flagship brand UGG sales of 91.9 million US dollars, compared to the same period last year, 115 million US dollars fell 19.8%
Outdoor sports shoes brand Teva’s sales of 34.7 million US dollars, down 17.3%
Outdoor sports shoes brand Sanuk’s sales of 26.7 million US dollars, down 20.2%
Sales of the rest of the brand fell 11.6% year on year, totaling $ 21.1 million
Deckers sales in each channel performance as follows:
Wholesale and distribution channels for sales of $ 116 million, down 24.3%
Direct sales decreased by $ 58.3 million, or 3.6%
Deckers in the US domestic and international market sales fell 18.6% year on year and 18.2%, at constant exchange rate, international sales fell 19.1% year on year.
Although the company’s performance can be said to be very bad, but Deckers president and CEO Dave Powers has said that the first quarter of the financial data to the company “encouraged.”
“Our current performance is in line with the previous plan, and sales and profits are expected to meet expectations.” Dave Powers said: “I am very confident in our products and marketing plans this year is our turning year, I am very excited about the company ‘s achievements and I believe we can seize the opportunity.
Deckers is currently in transition, and after his former CEO Angel Martinez retires, Dave Powers took over as CEO in May. In the last fiscal year, the company’s performance in many areas and markets failed to meet expectations.
Deckers expects second-quarter sales to grow 1% to 3% year-over-year, and diluted earnings per share will be between $ 1.12 and $ 1.22. 2016/2017 FY09 annual sales are expected to remain flat with the previous year fell 3%