Phoenix Footwear’s sales rose to $13.9 million in the 2nd quarter following the company’s acquisitions of H S Trask and Royal Robbins, which boosted its revenues by 83.7 percent on a comparable basis. If it hadn’t been for the newly acquired brands, the company’s sales would have been flat. Net earnings for the quarter reached $643,000 against a net loss of $688,000 last year. Following the two acquisitions, along with that of a third brand – Altama Footwear – Phoenix Footwear has more than doubled the size of its company. The company has forecast total revenues of $79 million to 89 million for the year, which is 15 percent higher than its previous forecast.