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The Swiftwick Cut Resistant Hockey Sock is the missing link in your game, and there are many reasons why players on all 30 NHL teams are wearing this sock. Watch and lean how Swiftwick combines the best in fabrics, technology and design to provide you with unrivaled performance and protection.

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Why are Swiftwick Cut Resistant Hockey Socks the best?

Swiftwick Cut Resistant Hockey Socks are not just socks, they are performance equipment. The Swiftwick Hockey Sock underwent 3 years of research and development with NHL equipment managers and players. 

No one knows equipment better than the games elite equipment managers and players. Read why they choose Swiftwick Cut Resistant Hockey Socks…

Josh Penn “We could not be happier with Swiftwick’s Cut Resistant Hockey Sock. The performance, comfort and customer service experience are unmatched.  I would recommend this product to anyone looking for a performance hockey sock, the fact that it cut resistant is a bonus.”
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Josh Penn – Equipment Manager
University of Massachusetts
Screen_Shot_2013-06-21_at_12.05.49_PM “Unlike Kevlar, I don’t sacrifice the performance for my protection. I feel the ice with great blade control, while wicking away the sweat…”
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Steve Sullivan – 1,000+ NHL games
Nate LaPoint “At the University of Wisconsin we made Swiftwick socks mandatory. It was an easy change for my players because the fit and comfort of the sock is great for hockey. Keeping our players safe is our number one priority and Swiftwick helps us do that. I would recommend them for any hockey player.”
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Nate LaPoint – Equipment Manager
University of Wisconsin
 Adam Sheehan
“As a team we made Swiftwick socks mandatory. It’s an issue of keeping our players as safe as possible while they’re on the ice. The players love the feel of the Swiftwick socks and we look forward to continuing to use them in the future.”
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Adam Sheehan – Equipment Manager
Penn State
Scoppetto “Upshall and Smithson loved the product and asked me to get in touch with Swiftwick. From my experience, it has been one of the best, if not THE best, performing sock of its type on the market. It’s just a great product.”
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Chris Scoppetto – Equipment Manager
Florida Panthers

Who’s wearing Swiftwick Hockey Socks?

The U.S Olympic Men’s Hockey team wore Swiftwick Cut Resistant Hockey Socks at the 2014 Winter Olympics. It was a natural fit for the U.S. Olympians as more than 20 NHL equipment managers provide Swiftwicks to their players. See the full team list below!

NHL NCAA DI AHL/ECHL  Junior
Calgary Flames Nashville Predators Air Force Academy Abbotsford Heat Moose Jaw Warriors
Carolina Hurricanes New Jersey Devils Boston University Albany Devils Oshawa Generals
Chicago Blackhawks New York Rangers Bemidji State University Florida Everblades Plymouth Whalers
Columbus Blue Jackets Philadelphia Flyers Michigan State University Hershey Bears Sarnia Sting
Dallas Stars Phoenix Coyotes Ohio State University Iowa Wild Saskatoon Blades
Edmonton Oilers Pittsburgh Penguins Penn State Oklahoma City Barons Sioux City Musketeers
Florida Panthers Tampa Bay Lightning University of Massachusetts Portland Pirates Victoria Royals
Los Angeles Kings Toronto Maple Leafs University of Notre Dame Saint John’s IceCaps  
Minnesota Wild Washington Capitals University of Wisconsin Toronto Marlies  
Montreal Canadiens Winnipeg Jets Western Michigan University Worcester Sharks
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