Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Can Skecher Shape-up Toning Shoe Sales?

To Skecher USA’s (SKX-$20.50) credit, the shoe manufacturer recognized the willingness of American consumers (mostly women) to purchase footwear products developed to (allegedly) firm-up lower body muscles — and seized first-mover advantage in that niche. However, recent quarterly results suggest that the days of explosive sales and easy profits for its Shape-up product line are over.

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