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Subtle Signs They Have Socks On Their Holiday Wish List

November 08, 2021 1 min read

Subtle Signs They Have Socks On Their Holiday Wish List

The holiday shopping season is here. Getting the right gift for everyone on your list can be a struggle, and we want to help take some of the guesswork out of holiday gifting. If anyone on your list is exhibiting the signs below, that’s your cue to give them the gift of some Swiftwick socks this season!

  • They always try to get you to join their group runs/rides.
  • They keep running/hiking shoes in their car in case of a spontaneous adventure.
  • They compliment your Swiftwick socks when you work out together.
  • They give kudos to all your achievements on Strava.
  • They follow @swiftwicksocks on Instagram.
  • They’ve had struggles with blisters in the past and need an upgrade.
  • They complain about sweaty feet when working out.
  • You’re suspicious that they’ve stolen a pair or two of socks from you when you weren’t looking.
  • Their dryer is a notorious sock-eater.
  • You love them and want to treat them to good socks!

No matter who is on your list, treat them to performance socks! Check out our Gift Guide for our favorite giftable pairs.


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