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Crossing the finish line is something to cheer about. It doesn’t matter what your finish line looks like, or what circumstances your finish line involves…only that crossing it gives you a sense of victory. In sport, in life, whatever, cross that finish line, and you’ll have the power to cross the other. Slay one giant, and you’ll have the courage to go after another.

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Black and White and Worn All Over

Wigwam might be known as a company that makes cold weather, outdoor hiking and skiing socks using performance technologies. But did you know that we also make fashion socks too? Our Black and White fashion collection is on trend with one of the industry's hottest looks of the year: bold, geometric prints, featuring (what else?) Black and White yarns!

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Spring Hiking Anybody?

As the weather improves, you might be thinking about hitting your local trails. Of utmost importance when setting out for a day hike or a through hike is comfortable footwear - comfortable hiking shoes/boots and a good sock make all the difference in keeping your feet dry, blister free, and smelling fresh!

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What's in the Name Wigwam?

Did you ever wonder how the Wigwam brand got its name? Many of you might be familiar with what a Wigwam is, but for those of you who are not, Merriam Webster Dictionary defines a Wigwam as "a hut of the American Indians of the Great Lakes region and eastward having typically an arched framework of poles overlaid with bark, mats, or hides." So how, exactly did a sock company come to be named after this teepee-like structure?

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Wigwam's latest collection, Peak 2 Pub, is perfect for a day hike or a hike to your local tavern. Each model is named after places known for both excellent hiking trails and top notch brew pubs. Check it out and let us know what you think!

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