French outdoor clothing retailer Lafuma has posted a decline in full-year sales, weighed down by weaker sales in all of its markets, including France, Europe and the US.

Group sales reached EUR193.6m (US$266.5m) during the year, down 22.2% from EUR248.7m in the same period of last year. On a like-for-like basis, sales were down 12.3%.

In France, sales fell 21.3% to EUR110.9m year-on-year and 11.9% on a like-for-like basis. International sales, meanwhile, fell 23.3% to EUR82.7m and like-for-like sales were down 12.9%.

The company's boardsports division saw sales decline for the second consecutive year, down 29.3% at a constant exchange rate, while its great outdoor business reported an 11.5% drop in sales for the period. Sales at its mountain division, which includes the Millet, Eider et Killy brands, fell 2.4%.

Lafuma said, based on its remaining order book for this year's autumn/winter collections, the negative revenue trend will "most likely" continue into the first quarter of the current fiscal year.

Earlier this month Swiss group Calida, which already owns a 15% stake in Lafuma, made an offer to up its stake to 50.6% in the outdoor clothing business with an investment of EUR35m.