Dr Martens hails ‘very strong’ golden quarter as DTC sales rise

Dr Martens

Dr Martens has recorded an uplift in sales in the lead up to Christmas driven by its direct-to-consumer (DTC) business.

The boots specialist said revenues for the three-month period to December 31 were “in line with expectations”, up 11% year on year and 21% on a two-year basis.

Its DTC sales grew 33% over the quarter, now representing 64% of the overall mix.

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