BRENTWOOD, Tenn. — May 2, 2019 — Swiftwick, a performance sock company with the “Best Sock You Will Ever Wear” guarantee, announced that it has added 20 new styles to three products in its popular VISION™ line for spring. The new lineup is a continuation of Swiftwick’s mission to empower life’s adventures.
Swiftwick launched seven new styles to its VISION performance socks. New styles include VISION One Flash and Morse available in a one inch cuff height, VISION Five Elevate, Dimension and Pixel available in a five inch cuff height, and VISION Seven Pixel and Atom available in a seven inch cuff height.
The all-new VISION Impression design features VISION’s core technologies with seven new printed styles that include the Splash, Prism, Spokes and Deco styles in a five inch cuff height, and the Alloy, Canvas and Rise styles in a seven inch cuff height.
Swiftwick is also paying homage to favorite locales with the new VISION Tribute series that features spirited designs for the United States in one inch and five inch cuff heights, as well as styles for select states in a five inch cuff height.
Swiftwick’s VISION performance socks are designed with durable, high-performance fibers that protect feet, as well as moisture-wicking technology that keeps feet dry and prevents blisters. VISION offers a moderate compression fit and medium cushion for fitted support and comfort. Plus, Swiftwick strives to give back to the community one sock at a time by giving a percentage of sales from all VISION socks to charitable initiatives.
“Our VISION socks are a mix of the technology expected from Swiftwick with unique colors and patterns many of our customers desire,” said Chuck Smith, Swiftwick president. “We’re especially excited about the Vision Impression collection, which is the market launch of our new 360 printing technology. We took extra time in launching printed socks to ensure they lived up to our technical standards and delivered on our ‘Best Sock You Will Ever Wear’ guarantee. This new technology gives us added flexibility to push what is possible with patterns and colors.”
Posted May 2, 2019