The Swift Industries Blog
Category: Culture & Adventure

Swift Events | Gear Nerds | Culture & Adventure

Introducing The Swift Showroom At Peloton Cafe! We know you Seattle and PNW Swifties have been lamenting the closure of our retail space at Swift HQ in Pioneer Square. It’s been rough on us too! But at the same time we’ve been busy cookin’ up a wild new retail partnership with our great friends and […]

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Join Swift Industries and Snow Peak for Portland’s Swift Campout Happy Hour from 4pm-7pm on Friday, June 18th 2021. Dear Northwest Swift Adventurers We’ll be packed up for our Swift Campout Solstice Bike Overnight, and ready to roll out on Saturday morning. But first! Let’s enjoy the evening at the Swift Industries Residency at Snow […]

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Announcing The Swift Residency At Snow Peak! June 11-June 27th 2021 On the menu: Workshops. Meet-Up’s. Rambles. Swift Campout Overnight Adventure. We’ve been quietly working on an exciting spring retail collaboration with Snow Peak, the purveyor of the finest Japanese-designed camping equipment on the planet, and we couldn’t be more jazzed to let this cat […]

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Well, its that time of year once again. The Season Kick-off for Stoked Spoke is finally here. Wondering what Stoked Spoke is? Check out our previous post. For the Season Kick-off we have some PNW Stoked Spoke veterans from the before time, when we could get together in real life. We have fours tale of […]

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 – Announcing Swift Industries Stoked Spoke 2021 – We are excited to be gearing up for what will be the seventh consecutive year of our Stoked Spoke Adventure Series!  What? You’ve never heard of Stoked Spoke?? Well, that’s no surprise, because up until now, it’s been a local Seattle event to help us and our […]

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Dear customer community! I’m writing this open letter to tell you that it’s time for change at Swift Industries. By naming our products the Elwha Pack and the Ozette Randonneur Bag, we appropriated Indigenous cultures and thereby took an active part in the continued colonization and settler occupation of the Pacific Northwest. We are ashamed […]

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