Swiftwick Flite XT Trail Socks

Swiftwick has rolled out their Flite XT Trail line, which combines natural Merino wool and their proprietary GripDry Fiber with stability technology to tackle the unique challenges of outdoor trail adventures. They set out to create this comfortable adventure sock to meet the needs of today’s explorers and hold up to the brand’s ‘best sock you will ever wear’ guarantee.

From rocky obstacles to moisture build up, the Flite XT Trail line is designed to provide your feet with stability and comfort on uneven terrain and variable conditions that come with adventures on the trail. The GripDry Fiber incorporated into the heel and forefoot of the sock uses micro treads to provide traction and grip inside your shoe, while the AnkleLock Technology uses strong elastic around the ankles to provide support and stability on differing terrains. The sock’s soft Merino wool upper regulates temperature and odor to keep your feet comfortable, and Swiftwick’s signature hydrophobic Olefin fiber footbed maximizes the sock’s moisture wicking capabilities to keep you dry and blister free.

“After the release of our original Flite XT socks, designed with advanced stability technology, we heard growing feedback from our hike and trail running customers on their love for the line’s performance features,” said Joanna Mariani, Chief Marketing Officer of Swiftwick. “Using that feedback, we set out to combine the FLITE XT’s signature stability features with the natural wonders of Merino wool to provide the best-performing outdoor sock on the market. Flite XT Trail was inspired by our customers and ardently crafted by our team– we’re excited to see what adventures our customers take these socks on.”

Features of the Swiftwick Flite XT Trail Socks

The Flite XT Trail sock was made to tackle all of your outdoor adventures, from runs to hikes and is available in five-inch and two-inch cuff heights. To learn more about the Flite XT Trail line visit swiftwick.com

 

 

Mark Ranum: Mark is an outdoor adventure seeker, living in the beautiful state of Michigan. He loves trekking hundreds of miles through the wilderness, whether on two feet or two wheels, always looking for the next new trail or road to see where it will take him.
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