Bombas founders' David Heath and Randy Goldberg net worth

Bombas is a clothing brand that produces athletic leisure socks is one of the most successful products to come out of the hit TV show Shark Tank, and its founders are David Heath and Randy Goldberg, the men behind the brilliant idea of producing premium quality socks. David Heath and Randy Goldberg have a net worth of 5 Million USD as of 2023.

 In this article, we’ll take a closer look at the quick facts you need to know about David Heath and Randy Goldberg and their journey to building a $100 million empire.

Full NameDavid Heath and Randy Goldberg
Previous occupationWorked in Media Company
InventionClothing Brand
Shark Tank appearanceSeason 6, Episode 01
Shark Tank deal$200,000 from Daymond Johns in exchange for a 17.5% equity split in Bombas.
Company founded2013
Company headquartersNew York, New York, United States
Other productsBombas t-shirts & underwear, Bombas Gripper Slippers, Bombas mesh laundry bag, Bombas sock bag
Awards and recognitionEntrepreneur Of The Year 2022, CEO of Bombas David Heath in  2022Femmy 2022: Humanitarian Award for CEO OF Bombas in 2021
Personal lifeUnknown
Net worth$5 million (as of 2022)
PhilanthropyDonating one pair of socks for each pair of socks sold and donated 10 million pairs of socks.
Future plansBoth have made a huge impact on the market by introducing the Bombas clothing brand and they will make new expansions to the business in the future.


Whether you are an entrepreneur looking for inspiration or just curious about the story behind Bombas, there are always lessons to be learned from successful individuals like David Heath and Randy Goldberg. With a commitment to innovation, sustainability, and philanthropy,  Heath and Goldberg are a true inspiration for entrepreneurs everywhere.

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