Tumi Holdings Inc was incorporated in September 2004 in Delaware in connection with the acquisition. In 2004, Company was acquired by Doughty Hanson. Company is a designer, producer and marketer of a comprehensive line of travel and business products and accessories in multiple categories. The Company's product offerings include travel bags, business cases, totes, handbags, business and travel accessories and small leather goods. It design and market its products to, sophisticated professionals, frequent travelers and brand-conscious individuals. Company have significant and loyal consumer base with its typical consumer owning multiple Tumi products. As of December 31, 2013, Company distributed its products in over 75 countries through approximately 1,900 points of distribution. It utilizes multiple channels, including retail, wholesale and e-commerce. Its retail stores represent its core approach to brand-enhancing distribution, with locations in premium retail venues throughout the world including New York, Beverly Hills, San Francisco, Chicago, Paris, London, Rome, Tokyo, Munich, Moscow, Milan and Barcelona. In April 2012, the Company completed its IPO. Company evaluates its operating performance based on net sales and operating income in four operating segments: Direct-to-Consumer North America; Indirect-to-Consumer North America; Direct-to-Consumer International; and Indirect-to-Consumer International. In Direct-to-Consumer North America, Company sold its products directly to consumers through a network of 114 company-owned retail stores consisting of full-price stores and outlet stores strategically positioned in high-end retail malls or street venues and also through its e-commerce website. Indirect-to-Consumer North America, it sold to wholesale customers in North America through approximately 800 doors, including specialty luggage retailers, prestige department stores and business-to-business channels. Direct-to-Consumer International, it sold directly to consumers through a network of 16 company-owned full-price and outlet stores in high-end street venues and select malls in international locations. Indirect-to-Consumer International, it sold its products to international wholesale customers through approximately 1,000 doors, approximately 55% of which are in the EMEA region, 40% of which are in the Asia-Pacific region, and 5% of which are in Central and South America. Raw materials include, among others, ballistic nylon fabric, plastic injected molded parts, nylon and stainless steel zipper systems, aluminum handle tubing systems, leather, polycarbonate sheeting materials, high quality waxed linen, high quality textiles and other high tensile strength materials used in the construction of its products. Company's competitors include, Rimowa, Bally, Burberry, Dunhill, Ferragamo, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Montblanc, Porsche, among others. Company's proprietary designs are protected by over 200 design or mechanical patents. Many of its imported products are subject to existing or potential duties, tariffs or quotas that may limit the quantity of products that it may import into the U.S. and other countries or impact the cost of such products.