Beyond apparel, Swiftwick socks provide a superior connection with the terrain and become an essential part of your performance gear whether you’re a skier, a hiker, cyclist or runner. No other sock fits better between you and your chosen terrain. To offer a precise fit, Swiftwick crafts every sock with Contoured Compression Fit and Fiber First Moisture Wicking to provide uncompromising performance.
Swiftwick offers a variety of compression, cushion and cuff options that give you the performance variety you need, no matter your activity. All Swiftwick performance socks are constructed with a seamless toe to remove friction in the toe box, arch band support, breathable channels and y-heel contours that move with your foot.
Swiftwick’s Pursuit line is constructed with nature’s technical fiber Merino wool and features a reinforced heel and toe, and extended heel pocket to maximize durability. The four-season fiber provides warmth in the winter and cooling in the summer, as well as absorbs moisture without feeling soggy or losing the ability to regulate temperature.
The Pursuit Ultralight‘s wool blend (48% Merino Wool / 28% Nylon / 13% Olefin / 11% Spandex) is soft against your skin and naturally moves moisture away from your feet while regulating temperature, so you stay cool in the summer, warm in the winter, and dry all year long. The Ultralight fits comfortably into lightweight technical shoes for a barely-there feeling.
The Flite XT is the most technologically advanced cross-training sock ever developed. Engineered to improve stability during fitness activities that require quick lateral transitions, Flite XT incorporates GripDry™ Fiber and Ankle Lock™ Technology.
GripDry™ was developed using an innovative grip fiber to prevent your foot from slipping inside your shoe, but Swiftwick didn’t stop there. They blended it with their signature Olefin fiber to wick moisture and keep your feet dry. Then they took it one step further, adding AnkleLock™ Technology, which offers extra support around the ankle during high-intensity training.
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