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Vox Footwear announces 2010 and 2011 growth highlights

By Press Releases
June 02, 2011 12:35 PM

Press Release:


VOX FOOTWEAR is proud to share our company’s strong global sales growth. We completed 2010 up 52% from 2009, and we are charging full steam ahead to make 2011 our best year yet!


We have added new staff in the key areas of design, marketing, and sales and have renewed our commitment to developing footwear and apparel with performance and durability in sharp focus. Our Team Riders continue to embody Vox style while traveling, filming and creating our brand story everyday.




• Domestic Spring/Summer 2011 sales up 85% - compared to Spring/Summer 2010


• Global Spring/Summer 2011 sales up 51% - compared to Spring/Summer 2010


• Domestic Fall 2011 pre-books are up 23% - compared to Fall 2010


• Global Fall 2011 pre-books are up 33% - compared to Fall 2010


THANK YOU to our Team Riders, our network of Domestic Shops, International Distributors, Reps and to the SKATERS that continue to support us! voxfootwear.com




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