Bombas is a mission-based e-commerce company that offers quality apparel to those in need such as socks, t-shirts, and underwear. For every piece of apparel that is purchased through their digital platform, another is donated to someone in the community. Bombas has over 3,500 partners across the United States to connect their high-quality products with homeless shelters. Bombas was founded by David Heath and Randy Goldberg in 2013 and is headquartered in New York, New York.  

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Bombas investors also invested in these private companies

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Team

Management Team

David Heath
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Boris Sherman
Co-Chief Technology Officer & Co-Chief Operating Officer
Andrew Heath
Co-Founder, Chief Financial Officer, Co-Chief Operating Officer & Chief Business Development Officer
Adam Weinstock
Co-Chief Technology Officer
Kate Huyett
Chief Marketing Officer
Aaron Wolk
Co-Founder & Chief Creative Officer
Randy Goldberg
Co-Founder & Chief Branding Officer

Board Members

Jeremy Abelson
Irving Investors
Jesse Hertzberg
Great Hill Partners
Michael Kumin
Great Hill Partners
Peter Garran
Great Hill Partners

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News Highlights

These Cushy Grip Socks Are an Unexpectedly Cozy Slipper Substitute
If you have to think too much about your socks while you’re wearing them, they probably aren’t very good. I’ve owned and loved regular socks from Bombas for a few years. They’re high quality and don’t stretch out easily no matter the style, from our pick for best no-show socks to the Marl Calf Socks, which I’ve borrowed from my husband countless times. I like to wear them purposely scrunched around the ankles over my leggings with Birkenstock clogs to school drop-off.
Shark Tank's Most Successful Brand of All Time Wasn't Even Supposed to Be a Business at First. Here's How It Became One With $1 Billion in Lifetime Revenue.
It was 2014 when Bombas' co-founders Randy Goldberg and David Heath found themselves on the set of Shark Tank's sixth season. Three, two, one went the countdown. They walked through the doors and in front of the judges, sweating under the lights for an "awkward" minute while production captured room tone, and waited for the cue to start pitching their sock business. A psychologist was on standby backstage, just in case — because "adrenaline takes over." It's fight or flight.
Pixar’s Most Beloved Pairings Are the Stars of Bombas’ Newest Charitable Sock Collection
Pixar‘s most lovable pairings are the stars of Bombas’ newest sock collection. The charitable accessories brand has teamed with the Disney-owned animation studio on a collection of socks ($18-$19) featuring some of Pixar’s most dynamic duos, including Woody and Forky from Toy Story 4, Carl Fredrickson and Dug from Up, Mike Wazowski and James P. Sullivan from Monsters Inc. and Wall-E and Eve from Wall-E.
Updated on: May 18, 2024

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