Columbia Sportswear Gross Profit 2010-2023 | COLM

Columbia Sportswear gross profit from 2010 to 2023. Gross profit can be defined as the profit a company makes after deducting the variable costs directly associated with making and selling its products or providing its services.
Columbia Sportswear Annual Gross Profit
(Millions of US $)
2023 $1,730
2022 $1,711
2021 $1,612
2020 $1,224
2019 $1,516
2018 $1,386
2017 $1,160
2016 $1,110
2015 $1,074
2014 $955
2013 $744
2012 $716
2011 $735
2010 $629
2009 $524
Columbia Sportswear Quarterly Gross Profit
(Millions of US $)
2023-12-31 $536
2023-09-30 $480
2023-06-30 $314
2023-03-31 $400
2022-12-31 $590
2022-09-30 $458
2022-06-30 $284
2022-03-31 $378
2021-12-31 $590
2021-09-30 $408
2021-06-30 $293
2021-03-31 $321
2020-12-31 $463
2020-09-30 $343
2020-06-30 $146
2020-03-31 $272
2019-12-31 $479
2019-09-30 $447
2019-06-30 $254
2019-03-31 $337
2018-12-31 $475
2018-09-30 $384
2018-06-30 $229
2018-03-31 $299
2017-12-31 $371
2017-09-30 $349
2017-06-30 $181
2017-03-31 $258
2016-12-31 $338
2016-09-30 $346
2016-06-30 $180
2016-03-31 $247
2015-12-31 $317
2015-09-30 $356
2015-06-30 $171
2015-03-31 $229
2014-12-31 $307
2014-09-30 $307
2014-06-30 $144
2014-03-31 $197
2013-12-31 $238
2013-09-30 $232
2013-06-30 $120
2013-03-31 $153
2012-12-31 $207
2012-09-30 $244
2012-06-30 $118
2012-03-31 $148
2011-12-31 $224
2011-09-30 $250
2011-06-30 $112
2011-03-31 $150
2010-12-31 $191
2010-09-30 $214
2010-06-30 $97
2010-03-31 $127
2009-12-31 $151
2009-09-30 $189
2009-06-30 $74
2009-03-31 $110
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Consumer Discretionary Textile - Apparel Manufacturing $4.564B $3.487B
Columbia Sportswear engages in the sourcing, marketing and distribution of outdoor and active lifestyle apparel, footwear, accessories and equipment internationally. The company offers products under 4 well-established brands - Columbia, Sorel, Mountain Hardwear and prAna. Amongst other brands, The OutDry and The Pacific Trail are well known. The company also engages in innovation, in order to match consumers changing preferences, especially in relation with outdoor activities. The company distributes its products through wholesale distribution channels, own direct-to-consumer channels, independent international distributors, as well as licensees. Columbia reports its operating results under 2 major segments: Apparel, accessories and equipment segment: This segment designs, develops, markets and distributes apparel, accessories and equipment for men & women. Footwear segment: The segment designs, develops, markets and distributes footwear products for men, women and youth under its Columbia and Sorel brands.
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