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Interim report Q2/2014

The second quarter is typically a low sales quarter for Amer Sports, nevertheless we continued to deliver a solid 4% currency neutral growth, driven by Apparel and Footwear, Business to Consumer, China as well as Cycling and Fitness. We continued to define and execute a new strategy for Ball Sports, with the objective to first improve the gross margins and then re-ignite profitable growth. In this context, we discontinued some unprofitable Wilson product lines, and this affected our Ball Sports sales.

Arc'teryx shell jacket finder: Find your perfect shell jacket

Arc'teryx makes a wide range of shell jackets; each one is designed for specific uses, environments and conditions. Personal preference is also an important factor. The new Arc'teryx shell jacket finder helps you to find the perfect jacket: search by activity, weather, durability, weight, jacket features, fit and/or colour. What is most important to you?

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Amer Sports Brand Store opened in Helsinki

Amer Sports Corporation has opened a globally unique Amer Sports Brand Store in Helsinki. The store offers a comprehensive selection of sports and lifestyle products representing Amer Sports brands Salomon, Wilson, Atomic, Arc’teryx, Mavic, Suunto, Bonfire and Nikita.

Selection of our brands

Worth it for the way down.
Yes, there is a way down. #SuuntoRide
.@Katitria über die Laufliebe & wie die CityTrail App beim Entdecken neuer Pfade hilft:
In it for the adventure, not the destination. #DesignedForFreedom
Trailrunner @bertrennt hat unseren S-Lab Sense 3 Ultra begeistert getestet. Toller Bericht:
There is no high like reaching the peak.
Alec Baldwin at the #USOpen loving his new Pro Staff RF97! #Betterer
Let's see some aggression.
We asked Kilian Jornet how to improve your downhill running. His answer may surprise you: close your eyes:
#SalomonFreeskiTV returns on the 7th of October... watch the teaser now:
Janick Lemieux & Pierre Bouchard drop by Suunto HQ – they're cycling 35.000 km across 50 countries. Bon voyage!