Britain's Croda reported record third quarter sales and pretax profit as customers replenished stocks that had been left to run down during the recession, and as it benefited from cost-cutting measures.
Cabela's Inc, an outdoor gear retailer, posted better-than-expected quarterly profit, but forecast earnings that would include a weaker holiday quarter than analysts expected, sending its shares down 1 percent.
Iconix Brand Group Inc's adjusted quarterly profit rose 23 percent, and its revenue beat market expectations for the fifth consecutive quarter, helped by a gain related to the sale of its Joe Boxer trademark in Canada.
Footwear maker Deckers Outdoor Corp reported a 30 percent jump in third-quarter profit that beat market expectations, helped by strong sales of its premier UGG brand, and forecast higher fourth-quarter earnings.
Columbia Sportswear Co posted quarterly profit above market expectations as demand and shipments of fall products rose, and raised its quarterly dividend, sending its shares up 7 percent to a year high.