US footwear group Deckers Brands has reported a record third-quarter performance, boosted by sales at the Ugg and Hoka One One brands.

For the three months ended 31 December, the group reported a 14.8% rise in net sales to a record US$1.08bn from $938.7m for the same period last year. On a constant currency basis, net sales increased by 13.8%.

Ugg brand net sales rose 12.2% to $876.8m from $781.1m for the same period last year, while those at Hoka One One soared 52.1% to $141.6m. Teva brand revenues, however, were down 8.7% to $15.7m, while those at the Sanuk brand were down 17.3% to $7m. Other brands net sales, primarily composed of Koolaburra, fell 5.5% to $36.7m. 

Domestic net sales increased by 19.3% to $770.5m, while international net sales were up 4.8% to $307.2m.

Net income, meanwhile, jumped 26.7% to $255.5m, compared to $201.6m last time, while gross margin expanded to 57% from 54.1%.

"Our record third-quarter performance was propelled by demand across the Ugg brand's diversified product offering and the continued global expansion of the Hoka One One brand," said CEO Dave Powers.

"The performance of our brands was primarily driven by our robust e-commerce engine and the resilience displayed by our teams to overcome significant operational and macro challenges related to the pandemic. With our strong portfolio of brands, stable operating model, and powerful balance sheet, Deckers is well-positioned for continued success."