Our Story

Our team is full of active folks seeking their own adventures-whether lining up at the start of Dirty Kanza, trekking in Nepal or training for their first 5k.

A team of athletes serving athletes.

PERFORMANCE SOCKS FOR RUNNING, CYCLING, HIKING

Shared passion.

Swiftwick is a team of athletes serving athletes with a shared passion for a fun, active lifestyle.  It’s where we started and remains one of our core values.

The original Swiftwick socks were conceived and developed by a mountain bike racer seeking a better product for his team. Early product seeding was done around the pits and campfires of a 12-hour mountain bike race.

Since then, we have been fortunate to grow the Swiftwick tribe across the country and around the world. All the while, we’ve been there with you. We’ve lined up at Dirty Kanza and Kona, and The Barkley Fall Classic. We’ve ridden the Whole Enchilada, trekked in Nepal and ran in our local 5Ks.

Our desire to build the best socks is rooted in our desire to help others enjoy the activities that mean so much to us.

Adventure. Commitment. Technology.

Adventure.

 

Adventure. It’s what inspires us. It’s what drives us. And perhaps most importantly, it is what motivates us to share those same inspirations and drive with others. The core of our mission is to empower others to chase adventure.
#chaseadventure

Commitment.

 

Our “Best Socks You Will Ever Wear” guarantee is our commitment to you, our customer. As a team, we express our commitment to our local community through volunteerism and non-profit support. As a business, a commitment to sustainable US manufacturing drives our decision making.
our commitment

 Technology.

 

Swiftwick socks are more than just apparel. They are essential performance gear. Each sock is crafted with our Contoured Compression® Fit and Fiber FirstTM Moisture Wicking technologies to provide uncompromised blister-free performance.
contoured compression® fit

 

Swiftwick Employee Shannon Sharp racing at ‘Stump Jump 50k’ in Chattanooga, TN. Photo by: Jobie Williams

A path with no obstacles is not worth taking.