Men's Style

Stance’s Open House “Punks & Poets” Event Kicks Off Sock Revolution

STANCE, the leader in the sock revolution opens the doors to its headquarters in Orange County, California last night during a launch party. Star of Comedy Central’s Workaholics Blake Anderson, designer Langley Fox, model Hanne Gaby, as well as pro surfers Chippa Wilson and Koa Rothman, and pro skaters Alex Midler and Nyja Huston were at the event!

Photo credit: Robbie Sell

The new headquarters feature an outdoor skate park, regulation sized basketball court and a state of the art indoor gym. At the launch, guests enjoyed food from local OC food trucks and browsed art exhibits featuring Stance’s “Punks & Poets.” Attendees snapped pictures in photo booths, took part in bowling and skate sessions, and practiced their swings at a golf simulator. To top it off, party-goers were entertained by live performances from Capital Cities, The Bots, Joshua Payne and DJ Reflex.


STANCE is dedicated to the spirit of individuality with a design philosophy that believes in expression and function. Expression that creates an emotional visual connection and function that also provides comfort and performance. Building outstanding socks with the best fit and performance characteristics from the highest quality materials is the unspoken priority. The outward facing personality of the brand and our products are the creative and artistic stories that go into every single sock we make.

Photo credit: Robbie Sell

Unravel the spool of convention and celebrate bold expression with this free-thinking fabric. Sending a crystal clear mixed message that’s silently loud and quietly bold, and designed in San Clemente, worn everywhere.

To find out more, please visit STANCE.