Rip Curl helps Kathmandu’s sales to rise by 15%, but outlook is uncertain

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Kathmandu Holdings said in a preliminary annual report that its sales increase by 15.1 percent to 922.8 million New Zealand dollars (€551.4m-$646.6m) in the full year ended July 31, 2021, as its Rip Curl and Oboz brands benefitted from a boom in surfing and higher participation in hiking, respectively. Instead, ...

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