Updated from 7:12 a.m. EDTUnder Armour ( UARM) beat second-quarter targets and raised full-year guidance. The Baltimore-based apparel company made $2.4 million, or a nickel a share, for the quarter ended June 30, up from the year-ago $1.8 million, or 3 cents a share. Revenue rose to $80 million from $49 million a year ago. Analysts surveyed by Thomson Financial were looking for a 2-cent profit on sales of $75 million. Apparel revenue for men's, women's and youth increased 31% to $58 million. Footwear revenues, which consist of football cleats and slides, were recorded for the first time in the second quarter of 2006 and totaled $15.6 million. "The highlight of the quarter had to be the launch of football cleats," said CEO Kevin Plank. Gross margin was 47.8% compared to 50.1% in last year's second quarter. As expected, gross margin was hit by several factors, primarily the introduction of cleated footwear, which has margins lower than current apparel margins. The company raised its full-year revenue estimate to a range of $400 million to $410 million. Last quarter, Under Armour had forecast revenue of $380 million to $390 million for 2006. Analysts are looking for $394 million.