Jacob Puzey lacing up his shoes before a snowy run.

Guaranteed. In thirty straightforward words.

Best Socks You Will Ever Wear

Our Guarantee

We are committed to providing each customer the best experience possible. If you are unsatisfied with a Swiftwick product, reach out to us and we will take care of you.
It’s that simple. But there’s more to being the “best” sock.

1

Made in
USA


We craft 100% of our socks in the USA, using domestically sourced raw materials to the extent practical. Beyond marketing copy, this commitment is at the heart of our company.

 

learn about where we're made

2

Sustainability
Principles


A love for the outdoors is an important part of our joy in running, cycling, and hiking. We feel is important to do what we can to protect our natural environment for future generations. Our commitment to sustainability follows four basic principles.

 

our sustainabilty principles

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Our Mission & Values

MISSION STATMENT

Our team empowers life’s adventures through thoughtful design, superior craftsmanship and a continuous passion to help others do what moves them.

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PHOTOGRAPH BY BRYAN MELTZ Swiftwick has been lucky to be familiar with the story of Mirna Valerio for years. Since she joined the Swiftwick athlete family, she has supplied our community…

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Swiftwick Athlete Hillary Allen Shares Strength with Trail Runner Magazine after Near Fatal Fall

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