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Boot Barn Holdings, Inc. [BOOT]United States

NYSE exchange. Sector: Consumer Cyclical. Industry: Apparel Retail. Location United States, Irvine.
At close Tue Sep 27 2022
57.3597 USD 👎0.0203 (-0.04%)

At close Tue Sep 27 2022

Marketcap
1,730,942,080 USD

Marketcap

PE:42.332
BETA (5y):2.748
EPS:1.381
Profits

for 5 years

426%

for 3 years

143%

for 2 years

36%

for 1 year

0%

for this year

-38%
Boot Barn Holdings, Inc., a lifestyle retail chain, operates specialty retail stores in the United States. The company's specialty retail stores offer western and work-related footwear, apparel, and accessories for men, women, and kids. It offers boots, shirts, jackets, hats, belts and belt buckles, handbags, western-style jewelry, rugged footwear, outerwear, overalls, denim, and flame-resistant and high-visibility clothing. The company also provides gifts and home merchandise. As of May 10, 2022, it operated 304 stores in 38 states. The company also sells its products through e-commerce websites, including bootbarn.com; sheplers.com; and countryoutfitter.com. The company was formerly known as WW Top Investment Corporation and changed its name to Boot Barn Holdings, Inc. in June 2014. Boot Barn Holdings, Inc. was founded in 1978 and is based in Irvine, California.

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Boot Barn Holdings, Inc.
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