Under Armour's total revenues grew by 41.7 percent to $465.5 million in the third quarter, marking the third consecutive quarterly increase of more than 40 percent. Sales outside the U.S. jumped by 53.9 percent, but at $32.8 million they represented only 7 percent of the total turnover, and they were mostly due to higher sales of shoes to the company's Japanese licensee. Global sales of footwear soared by 96.7 percent to $52.0 million, but apparel remained the company's stronghold, up by 31.3 percent to $363.4 million. The company's gross margin declined by 2.6 percentage points to 48.4 percent, but its net income moved up by 31.9 percent to $46.0 million.