Before the bell, the group reported its highest quarterly revenue in history at US$28.11bn versus an estimate of US$27.84bn.
Same-store sales sailed past Wall Street expectations, while net income for the second quarter grew to US$2.7bn, or US$2.25 per share, compared to US$2.4bn, or US$1.97 a share, a year ago. Homew Deppt shares shed 2.65% on the day.
Coach's full-year earnings and revenue guidance were both below forecasts, and shares fell.
On another day of big earnings reports, shares in Advance Auto Parts Inc (NYSE: AAP) slumped almost 15% to US$93.29 as it posted weaker-than-expected profit for the second quarter.
The aftermarket car parts manufacturer revealed it had net income of US$87.0mln, or US$1.17 a share, in the quarter, down from US$124.6mln, or US$1.68 a share, in the same period of 2016. In the regular session, shares tanked over 20%.
Go Pro Inc (NASDAQ:GPRO) shares gained 3.7% to US$10.10 as the stock received an upgrade from broker heavyweight Goldman Sachs as analysts view its upcoming launch of a new Hero camera as a potential catalyst for the shares. In Tuesday's session shares gained 1.44%
Snap Inc (NYSE:SNAP) shares were also on the move in early deals, adding 3.81% to US$12.60 after London broker Cantor Fitzgerald upgraded the stock to 'overweight' from 'neutral'. Shares added 1.11% to $12.74 on Tuesday.