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Shares of Columbia had been struggling along with the retailers it sells into, thanks in part to two warm winters in a row. The company has since turned itself around, rising from the mid-$50s to over $70 today. When it last reported, the company saw strong top and bottom line numbers. Shares currently trade for just 23 times earnings.
Shares of Canada Goose are up over 64% since Cramer recommended the company in March. The luxury apparel maker continues to expand, with accelerating sales and brand awareness. It also raised its full-year estimates when it last reported. Shares of Goose are not inexpensive however, trading as 62 times 2018 earnings and 38 times 2020 estimates.
Cramer said he's still a fan of Columbia, but would take some profits in Goose, letting the rest ride, as this brand seems to have more room to run.
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