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Elijah Robinson
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We have turned socks into one of the world's most exciting accessories in less than five years. Our founders saw a category that had been ignored, taken for granted, looked over, and dismissed. By creating life into something that had been overlooked, we ignited a movement of art and self-expression that has drawn athletes, performers, and iconic cultural influencers to the brand--a group we call the Punks & Poets. By underpinning our creative roots with a relentless focus on technical innovation, we've ensured that Stance socks are now found in over 40 countries on the feet of those who dare to be different.




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Best known for their well-crafted and artistically creative socks, Stance has expanded into apparel and accessories for men, women, and children. The brand collaborates with licensing partners to create products for fans of The Grateful Dead, New Balance, Dwayne Wade, South Park, and more. Stance was founded in 2009 by Taylor Shupe and Ryan Kingman and is headquartered in San Clemente, CA.


Socks can be simultaneously functional, fashionable, and fun. It's this simple philosophy that has brought Stance to heights you would never expect from a sock brand: it has sold over 50 million socks worldwide, has raised $116 million from investors like Jay-Z and Will Smith, and for a couple years starting in 2015, was the official sock of the NBA.


As ESPN reported, Stance executive vice president of business development Clarke Miysasaki said, "We're just this little sock company that's the first brand to have its logo on every player on the NBA court." An impressive title to hold, and one that only further fueled the brand's street cred. Everyone wants to don the same socks as their NBA idols (I'm now one degree closer to Steph Curry and well on my way to becoming his best friend, FYI).


Though it's probably most well-known for its men's and athletic performance socks, it also sells women's and kids' socks and underwear. It has a dedicated fan shop where NBA, NFL, MLB, and college fans can flaunt their allegiance, as well as a subscription option so you never run out of socks and underwear.


The Super Invisibles are a no-show sock that, for once, I don't hate because they stay on my feet the whole time instead of playing the slipping game. That important feature is due to the silicone patch on the inside of the heel. They're also more comfortable than other no-show socks I've tried because they're lightly cushioned and have a seamless toe closure.


The tabbed socks are perfect for protecting your heel when you run and do other physical activities. I prefer to wear shorter socks when I work out, but I hate when my bare heel rubs up against the back of my shoe and distracts me from my workout. The Isotonic Tabs are moisture-wicking and have specialized mesh panels that wrap around the foot to make the sock more breathable, while the various running tabs have a reinforced heel and toe to support your feet when they need it most and a design that addresses the different shapes of the left and right foot.


"I've always thought of Stance as another brand that makes fun themed and patterned socks. Since I typically only wear solids, I never thought to buy them, but after trying the Stance Run socks, I was extremely impressed. Every sock in the Stance Run Collection is made of Feel360, a new proprietary material designed to maximize comfort and durability. The fabric incorporates silver ions to reduce odor-causing bacteria and has breathable mesh so your feet stay dry.


What I like best about the socks is the fit. They're anatomical (meaning they're left and right foot-designated), seamless so there's no annoying bunched-up feeling, and there's a mid-foot arch support. With all of that technology on top of the different designs available, these socks are just as functional as they are cool."


And even if you're not the running type, there are plenty of attractive everyday socks to choose from. Special edition Star Wars socks, funny Gudetama character socks, and tropical, vacation-ready socks are just a few of our favorites.


Whether you want them to peek out from under your pants for an unexpectedly fun pop or serve as the star of your outfit, Stance socks will feel and look special. Price-wise, they're all right in line with Bombas and Happy Socks, with most pairs costing $10 to $20. Premium materials such as wool may cost more.


We have had this brand of socks previously and love them when combined with our Freet Barefoot Shoes. These are a little higher so ideal for using with our Freet walking boots. Have walked over 1400 Ks using the combination of the Merino toe socks and Freet Barefoot Boots. Will definitely buy again in future.


Light feet socks are my favourite and I would recommend to anyone who asks for my advice. I have been using them for some years and I had problems getting them at the shops hence I went to purchase from socks for Living online and are still loving them. Christine


I can't rate Balega Blister Resist socks highly enough - I've bought many pairs for other people to try and to validate my view that these are the best long distance running socks ever - once worn, they agree! If only I got a commission for every subsequent pair they would have then bought after trialing!


As Australia's Best Sock Shop we have loads of socks for work, casual, sport & more. Find something to suit your activity, work, lifestyle, sport, creativeness and personality. After all socks are not just socks!


It was nearly 150 years ago that, according to the Brooklyn Eagle newspaper, "the Cincinnati nine wore the uniform introduced by Harry Wright, viz.: red stockings, knee breeches and white flannel shirts and caps, then quite a novelty."That was a key moment in the history of socks, alongside the ancient Greeks' wearing of them in eighth century BC; the 1589 invention of a knitting machine that meant they could be made six times faster than by hand; the introduction of nylon in 1938; and players like Houston's Jose Altuve legging out extra bases in 2016 with colorful calves and new designer styles.Major League Baseball announced a long-term global partnership on Monday with Stance to make it the official sock of MLB and to bring a brand-new look to this year's All-Star Week in July at San Diego's Petco Park. It not only raises expectations that fans will see many of their favorite players in splashing styles of lower legwear at the T-Mobile Home Run Derby and the 87th All-Star Game presented by MasterCard, but it also signals a high-sock renaissance.


Now is the right time for the deal with Stance, which, in its own words, "shook up a boring sock category by injecting it with art and science." Derby sluggers and both National and American League teams will each have specific designs, and then basic stripe and solid colorways will be worn by Major Leaguers for the remainder of the 2016 season.A more comprehensive lineup of styles will make its debut on the field and at the MLB.com shop. The brand also will expand its current casual product, which consists of Stadium, Legends and team logo collections. Fans as well as players can wear some heroic hosiery right now -- with images of Ozzie Smith, Lou Gehrig, Cal Ripken Jr. and at least three types of Jackie socks on the fly. There's a Memorial Day collection as well, trimmed in camo design."With Stance we have the unique opportunity to do something that's very authentic to our sport in a way that's extremely current," said Noah Garden, MLB Executive Vice President, Business. "This deal will bring something fresh to our fans and our players through a product that still respects our roots.""There is nothing as prolific as the Major League Baseball uniform and we have been eyeing it for years as a potential canvas for the unique style Stance can bring," said Clarke Miyasaki, EVP of Business Development at Stance. "It's extremely rare for any brand to have such an impactful and unique opportunity, so we can't wait to work with the league to bring an incredible performance sock to the best players in the world."The color of baseballThe Fusion Baseball sock, which was engineered, designed and tested in the company's SHRED laboratory in California, was built to provide maximum durability and comfort to address specific needs of baseball players. This means baseball is essentially coming full circle, because the importance of socks in the game came as a matter of necessity.Wright led the way. The English-born player brought his knowledge of cricket attire back to the States in the 1860s with the Cincinnati baseball team. As captain/manager, he led a team that wore shortened players' pants. MLB Official Historian John Thorn said Wright was "trying to create a sensation. High socks displayed manly calves, which the ladies liked.""In early years, National League uniforms were white for home, gray for the road, with the city name or club logo on the front of the jersey," Thorn said. "When clubs wished to add color, they did it with their stockings."So the New York Mutuals were known as Green Stockings ca. 1870-71, although later they changed their color. Boston was the Red Stockings, taking the name of the disbanded Cincinnati Red Stockings, which allowed their best players to go to Boston and to the Washington Olympics (blue stockings). St. Louis had two clubs in '75: Brown Stockings and Reds, with the Browns entering the NL in '76. Chicago, of course, was the White Stockings.Stirrups and sanitaries became part of the standard legwear in the 20th century. By the 1990s, both high sock and stirrups had all but disappeared from baseball, hidden by long pants. Still, it is important to remember that the socks have always been there. All that is happening now is a gradual uncovering, revealing what has been there and now even greater opportunity in what is unfolding as a more vivid era for the sport.On May 1, there was another key moment in the history of socks: A Curtis Granderson Socks Giveaway promotion at Citi Field for a Mets game. The veteran All-Star outfielder wears high socks as a tribute to Negro Leagues players."Those guys are the reason that I get to play this game," Granderson said. "I took it upon myself to learn as much as I could about them and their struggle. If wondering about my socks helps to make kids curious to learn more about the Negro Leagues, that's even better." 041b061a72


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