High-end sportswear producer Tehama has revealed it enjoyed a buoyant 2002 and unveiled plans to expand into the better men's specialty store category this year.

The Colorado-based company, owned by industry veteran Nancy Haley and movie star Clint Eastwood, said its revenues topped $20 million in 2002 for the first time and it plans to double corporate sales in 2003.

"Both our men's and women's collections have shown incredible growth each year," said CEO Nancy Haley.  "Key growth categories include core product in pro shops, men's fashion and micro-suede outerwear."

She added the six-year-old firm has added woven shirts, sweaters, long sleeve knits, pants and casual jackets including a micro-fibre and cashmere shirt jacket and sport coat to its men's apparel range.