Crocs (CROX) reported record revenue on Thursday, jumping more than 9% in premarket trading after stronger than expected second-quarter earnings.

In a statement to investors, the Colorado-based shoe company reported that their second-quarter earnings had exceeded expectations amid strong global demand, with a revenue of $640.8 million. Initial projections had been for revenue of $565.2 million. Revenue in the Americas also grew 135.6% in that same period.

CEO Andrew Rees praised the results, saying the brand “has never been stronger.”

“We continue to see strong consumer demand for the Crocs brand globally. On the back of record second quarter results and continued momentum, we are raising our full year 2021 guidance,” Rees said.

The company’s net income also grew to $319 million, or $4.93 per share from a year earlier, CNBC reported.

Crocs became a must-have shoe during the pandemic as workers moved their offices to their homes and opted for more comfortable and easy-to-wear footwear as a result.

The earnings report also came at the same time the company announced they are also taking action and committing to being a net-zero emissions company by 2030, through more sustainable ingredients, minimized packaging and other initiatives.

“I believe we can deliver sustained, highly profitable growth while having a positive impact on our planet and our communities," Rees said.