Gait is a very complex movement, involving the central nervous system and a significant part of the skeletomuscular system. Any disease that is affecting one or more of the involved parts will reflect in the gait. Therefore, gait analysis has been studied extensively in the context of early disease diagnostics, post-operation rehabilitation monitoring, and sports injury prevention. Gait cycle phase partitioning is one of the most common gait characteristic analysis methods, which utilizes the cyclical nature of human gait. Pressure sensitive mats and insoles are considered the gold standard, but some inherent limitations of these methods urge researchers to seek for alternatives. One of the proposed alternatives is Smart Sock systems, which contain textile pressure sensors. The main limitation of Smart Sock systems is the limited number of sensors, thus complicating gait phase partitioning by these systems. The present paper describes gait phase partitioning using plantar pressure signal obtained by a Smart Sock system. Six-phase partitioning was achieved, including such gait phases as initial contact, loading response, mid stance, terminal stance, pre-swing and swing phase. Mean gait cycle time values obtained from the experimental data were in accordance with the ones found in the literature.