Why Choose Swiftwick Socks Over Other Performance Socks
October 22, 20212 min read
We might be a little biased, but we think there are a lot of things that make Swiftwick socks special. From our unique designs to our sophisticated technology, we’re the sock of choice for athletes of all kinds. But there are also a few behind-the-scenes features that we believe make Swiftwick socks truly the best socks you’ll ever wear. Read on to learn more about the Swiftwick difference.
Best Sock Guarantee
Trying a new gear brand can feel risky, and any high-quality apparel can be an investment. That’s why we are committed to providing each customer the best experience possible. Our dedicated customer service team is available to ensure your Swiftwick socks are the best socks you’ve ever worn. If you are ever unsatisfied with a Swiftwick product, reach out to us and we will take care of you.
Made in the USA
Swiftwick socks are proudly made in the USA, giving us the opportunity to focus on sustainability by reducing garment miles and to create a positive impact on our local communities. Through our domestic manufacturing we are able to produce high-quality products with cutting-edge technology and the most sustainable practices available to us.
We believe in giving back and partnering with organizations that share our mission. A percentage of every purchase goes to organizations that help make our communities a better place. These organizations include the National Park Foundation, Oasis Bike Workshop, and Friends of Warner Parks.
At Swiftwick, our mission is to empower people to be the best version of themselves through the pursuit of adventure. In everything we do and every product we make, we aim to inspire you to Chase Adventure.
We had the chance to sit down with Eric Hill, founder and president ofProject Echelon, a 501c3 veterans non-profit that engages, equips, educates, and empowers veterans and their families through physical activity and self-discovery.
So you want to start running… maybe you’re training for your first race or choosing to get in shape. Before you lace up, you’re faced with a decision: are you going to be a road runner or a trail runner?