Nike Revenue from Equipment

Nike Revenue from Sales of Equipment 1999-2018

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The following table shows the revenue of Nike from the sales of Equipment between 1999-2018.

Year/RevenueEquipment ($Millions)
2018 $1,396 M
2017 $1,425 M
2016 $1,496 M
2015 $1,631 M
2014 $1,670 M
2013 $1,640 M
2012 $1,429 M
2011 $1,022 M
2010 $1,030 M
2009 $1,110 M
2008 $1,130 M
2007 $1,068 M
2006 $874 M
2005 $825 M
2004 $720 M
2003 $603 M
2002 $591 M
2001 $573 M
2000 $480 M
1999 $463 M

Nike Product categories include footwear, apparel and equipment. Footwear is the largest category of products by Nike. The second largest is apparel and third equipment.

About Nike:

Nike is an international brand of athletic footwear, sports apparel, accessories and equipment. Its product offerings are focused on six key categories – Running, NIKE Basketball, the Jordan Brand, Football (Soccer), Training and Sportswear. Apart from the Nike and Jordan brands, its wholly-owned subsidiaries include Cole Haan (luxury shoes, handbags, accessories and coats); Converse (athletic and lifestyle footwear, apparel and accessories); Hurley (action sports and youth lifestyle footwear, apparel and accessories); Nike Golf, and Umbro (a leading U.K. based football/soccer brand).  The number of Nike retail stores has reached 1,182 out of which 392 are located inside US and 790 overseas. Each brand by Nike targets a distinct segment of consumers.

Nike has outsourced most of its production to external suppliers. 124 footwear factories located in 13 countries produced Nike footwear in 2018. None accounted for more than 10% of entire production. Largest factory supplied 9% of Nike Footwear. 328 apparel factories located in 37 countries supplied Nike retail stores in 2018. None accounted for more than 15% of production.

Sources:

Nike Annual Reports

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