Gabor Shoes reports a 6.7 percent increase in revenues to €395 million in 2013. Aside from rising licensing income, a trend to boots and booties boosted the turnover. The volume grew in fact by only 4.4 percent to 9.4 million pairs. The Gabor brand booked 10.7 percent higher sales of €331 million. Together, the other two main lines, Camel Active footwear and Snipe, generated sales of €52.2 million, down from €58.5 million in 2012, but then Gabor took Snipe out of the market in the autumn of 2013. Initial orders for 2014 are up from a year ago.