Deckers Outdoor Corporation

Coordinates: 34°25′59″N 119°49′52″W / 34.4330°N 119.8312°W / 34.4330; -119.8312 Deckers Outdoor Corporation (NASDAQ: DECK) is a footwear manufacturer based in Goleta, California, United States, founded in 1973 by Doug Otto, a University of California, Santa Barbara student. In 1975 the company was incorporated in California under the name Deckers Corporation. In October of 1993, Deckers initiated a public offering of stock in its company and was incorporated as Deckers Outdoor Corporation. Current subsidiaries include; Sensi USA, Inc.; Simple Shoes, Inc.; Deckers Mexico, Inc.; Deckers Baja, S.A. de C.V. (Mexico); Holbrook Limited (Hong Kong); Heirlooms, Inc.; Decker Outdoor Corporation International; Phillipsburg Ltd. (Hong Kong); Deckers Trading, Inc. (U.S. Virgin Islands); Picante, S.A. (Guatemala); Trukke Winter Sports Products, Inc.; Ugg Holding, Inc. and Original American UHS Co.

Deckers currently manufactures six brands: Teva, UGG Australia, Sanuk, Tsubo, Ahnu and Mozo. Deckers Outdoor Corporation currently employs approximately 1,900 staff and conducts operations in over 9 countries. In its most recently reported year, the company reported $201 million in net income on $1.3 billion in net sales.

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