Second-quarter profit grew at Wolverine World Wide (WWW), as the company's outdoor shoe division drove sales.In a press release Wednesday, the company said earnings rose to $11 million, or 27 cents a share, from $9.3 million, or 23 cents a share, a year earlier. The latest results met the consensus analyst estimate. Sales rose 8% to $198.8 million from $184 million a year earlier. Wall Street had expected revenue of $200.1 million. The company's shares were recently down amid a broad early market selloff, losing $2.18, or 8.5%, to $23.57. Wolverine said its outdoor offerings, particularly its Merrell brand, led the company's performance in the quarter. In addition, gross margin grew to 38%, a 230-basis-point improvement from a year earlier, primarily due to a higher margin business mix, an increase in average selling prices and lower product costs in the company's European operations. The company expects to meet its previously stated full-year estimates of earnings of $1.44 to $1.52 a share and revenue of $960 million to $980 million. The consensus analyst estimate for the full year is $1.53 a share.