In constant currencies, Vans' sales grew by 26 percent in VF Corporation's financial year, ended on March 31, while Timberland was up by only 2 percent. Vans' growth slowed down to 18 percent in the fourth quarter, lifted by a 21 percent increase in the U.S., but its digital sales were up by 35 percent. Sales in the EMEA rose by 10 percent. Timberland's sales increased by 6 percent in the fourth quarter, with high single-digit growth in the non-classic footwear category and an increase of 5 percent in EMEA. Excluding its jeans business, which has been spun off to a new company called Kontoor Brands, VF's total revenues went up by 11 percent in local currencies in the past year, reaching nearly $11.2 billion. At $1.93 billion, the adjusted operating profit went up by 21 percent, but in the fourth quarter, the operating margin was off by 1.1 percentage points to 9.7 percent of sales, which rose by 6 percent to $3.0 billion. VF sees Vans' growth slowing further this year to 12 percent on a currency-neutral basis. Timberland should record a sales increase of between one and three percent.