Swiftwick Pursuit Ultralight Socks – Light and Breathable Socks

Launching today, August 3rd, the Swiftwick Pursuit Ultralight socks feature merino wool for all-season comfort. We have had a few pairs to test at Engearment and we are impressed!


Swiftwick Pursuit Ultralight Socks -  Light and Breathable Socks 1PURSUIT Zero Ultralight

 

I love merino wool for clothes.  From shirts and baselayers to socks and neck gators. Merino wool is an amazing material that does a great job of wicking moisture, holding up to years of use, and not stinking. Add in the next to skin comfort and you have a winning fabric.

Swiftwick sent over some of the new Pursuit Ultralight socks for us to test out the last month or so.  They also sent over the updated Pursuit Hike socks as well.  The updated Pursuit Hike socks now have Olefin fiber mixed in with the merino to provide an even quicker drying material. Great for high output mountain adventures.

 


Swiftwick Pursuit Ultralight Socks -  Light and Breathable Socks 2PURSUIT HIKE Six Light Cushion

 

Swiftwick Pursuit Ultralight Socks – Made in the USA

This is a major bonus. These socks are made here in the USA.  Lowering your carbon footprint (if you live in the US) and supporting the economy.  Personally, I am all for buying goods that are made in the country you live in.  If you happen to live here in the US, then why not support local? We have tested other Swiftwick socks and still love ’em  (see our Fathers Day Gift Guide)

Pursuit socks come in various cuff heights from no show to twelve-inch.  I tested the zero, no show $18 and Pursuit Hike Six $21

About The Author

Hey, I am Sean - the co-founder of Engearment. We focus on mountain based gear - camping, skiing, splitboarding, snowboarding, hiking, etc. and a strong connection to the community. I am also a fitness professional - having created the Mountain Fitness School and building several fitness facilities around Denver. My heart is always in the mountains and I will do everything I can to help you get the right gear, train well and enjoy being outside. https://mountainfitnessschool.com/p/mountain-fitness-training-get-in-peak-backcountry-condition-using-kettlebells-and-trx

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