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Swiftwick releases eight new national park socks; (photo/Swiftwick)

Mt. Rainier, Glacier, Banff & More: Swiftwick Expands National Park Socks

Show off your national park pride with Swiftwick’s colorful new sock designs.

Swiftwick has expanded on its existing collection of national park-themed socks, adding eight new entries inspired by North America’s most popular outdoor destinations.

Starting August 1, lovers of national parks can buy socks featuring Mt. Rainier, Acadia, Glacier, Death Valley, Olympic, Bryce Canyon, and Jasper National Parks.

Not wanting to leave out Canada, Swiftwick made a pair of socks for Banff National Park as well.

The outdoor apparel company already offers 10 pairs of socks with national park-inspired designs. They include Yellowstone, Zion, Great Smoky Mountains, Yosemite, Grand Canyon, Arches, Rocky Mountain, Joshua Tree, Grand Teton, and Denali.

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Death Valley-themed socks from Swiftwick; (photo/Swiftwick)

Sock Details

Called the VISION Six Collection, these sock designs resulted from a partnership between Swiftwick and Anderson Design Group.

Made with moisture-wicking materials, the socks aim to function both on and off the trail. They have a medium amount of cushion, a contoured fit, and a thin channeled upper for ventilation.

The socks come with a 6-inch crew cuff with the park image printed above the ankle. However, Swiftwick also offers them in other cuff heights, including with 1-inch and 5-inch cuffs.

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The new Bryce Canyon-themed socks from Swiftwick; (photo/Swiftwick)

But their real appeal, of course, lies in the wraparound prints featuring images of America’s most iconic outdoor places. America has 63 national parks; 17 of them now have their own Swiftwick sock design.

Maybe one day the company will offer the full set. Then national park nerds can compete over who wears the most parks on their stinky feet.

Each pair of socks retails for $20.

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