Socks are one of those everyday things that are easy to take for granted. Dave Heath and Randy Goldberg, the founders of Bombas, have put a great deal of thought and care into creating an athletic sock that fits better and feels better not only because of the way it’s engineered but because of its charitable mission. With each pair sold, a new pair of socks is donated to those in need.
Made from Pima cotton for better temperature control and moisture wicking than traditional cotton, Bombas socks deliver optimal comfort and performance. Designed to stay in place, cup your heels, and distribute pressure more evenly throughout your arches, these socks are loaded with features to keep your feet on track. From the seamless toe to the cushioned heel that helps protect against blisters, Bombas socks are a feat of engineering (pun intended).
So, why the name Bombas? It’s derived from the Latin word for bumblebee. Inspired by the idea of bees working together to make the hive a better place, the folks at Bombas strive to “Bee Better” and stitch this mantra into every pair of socks they make. Your socks may be the last things you put on when you’re getting dressed, but Bombas are no after thought.